Club Members Page

Wirral Triumph Owners MCC has over 120+ members here on the Wirral and surrounding areas, bellow is information and a picture of the members with a little info about the member, bike they ride and interests. Get in touch if you would like to join Wirral Triumph Owners MCC – Contact US

Phone WTOMCC: 0756 228 7208

Dave Pearson – Club Chairman

joined tomcc in 1981 and have been on the committee since 1988, serving as secretary, treasurer, scribe and now chairman. I have a 1980 T140ES and a BSA Royal Star on the road and am hoping to restore my old faithful Bonnie which I bought in 1980 NOW that the insurance claim is finally settled, pictures and progress to follow.

David Malam  – Treasurer

I have owned a Triumph T140v since I was 17, in 2018 I decided to get my first modern Triumph, a T100 Black, which  I have now exchanged  for a 2020 T120 Black, which is my current ride, along side my 1973 T140v.

I have been a member of Wirral TOMCC since 2012, taking up the position of treasurer in 2017.

Mike Bartlett – Club Secretary

Joined the club in 2004 and took on the role of secretary in 2013.

I still have the Bonneville Triton I originally built up in 1971. I also have a Hurricane and a collection of Hinckley machines, why not.

Looking forward to more ride outs next year when the Covid restrictions are eased.

John Spall – Runs Captain

a member for 20 years, runs captain for the last 10

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David Malam & Stu Webb  – Club Events Organisers 

Web Designer

Stephen Rice –  club volunteer. Webmaster, Graphic Designer & Photographer. Rode many different bikes since 1985, travelled the world working and riding and enjoying the Beach Bum Lifestyle.  Living back on the Wirral and doing the best I can do to help others.

Jackie Harrison – Club Scribe

Heavily involved with the committee since 2017, expert pillion rider. Nacelle branch report writer par excellence Weekender organiser Breakfast maker supreme!

Stu Webb 

Myself and BBT1 under the pale lamplight I’ve had a few bikes over the years, all shapes all sizes with varying degrees of reliability Came away from two wheels for a few years when affordability and a fractious marriage made bikes a luxury I couldn’t afford.

Different circumstances bring better times though Now heavily and happily involved in this great club, I love organising weekend rides for members and hopefully more weekends away after the success of the first one

Tom Fallows 

Carl Shepherd

Ive been riding for 41 years. Started with fizzy. Now on the bike no 78. Ride all year, commuting and holiday. European trip each year for the last 20 years. Had about 10 triumphs, have 3 now. Tridents and tiger sport.

Rick Malley

I was a keen biker from my teens until my 40s when work & family commitments meant that I had to sell up & take a break. In May 2019 I retired & within a month had bought my current ride, a shiny 2010 Triumph Thunderbird 1600, & joined the Wirral TOMCC.

Stuart McIntosh

Passionate about motorcycles since getting one at 15 – the first of many. Currently own a slightly persoanilsed Tiger 1050, and a self-built Yamaha parts bike (aka FZankenstYn)

Both keep me occupied for hours.

Si Harvey

Triumph Scrambler 1200XC

Keith Minshull

I join the club in Dec 2018 after buying my first Triumph (2016 Tiger Sport). I’m swapping that for a brand new Tiger Sport tomorrow! I’m 50, from Ellesmere Port and for work I manage a team for Veolia that deal with chemical & environmental emergencies. I’m hoping to add a modern classic Triumph to my toy box in 2021.

Gary Darch

I first joined the TOMCC in 1982, when I bought my first T140, and met up with the WTOMCC sometime around then when they met in the Mersey Arms by Victoria Dock in Birkenhead. I had been an active member for a number of years and been heavily involved in establishing the annual summer show.

I have owned many Triumphs over the years which included many T140 Bonnies. I now have a stable of a number of Triumphs which includes an original T160 from 1975 with 12000 miles on the clock. I have owned this bike for 25 years and has been to the Manx a number of times over the years. To me a bike is a bike and I have and still do own and ride many different bikes from different manufactures. I will always be a proud member of the WTOMCC no matter what.

Paul Ashes 

Joined the Branch about 20 years ago owning various Triumphs along the way.
Bought my Tiger xrt 800 new this year just in time for Lock Down.
Can’t wait for our Rallies and Camping Events to restart so we can gather around the Campfire and have a good old catch up.

Neil Town

Malcolm D Jones

Speed Triple 955i I’ve been riding bikes since I was 17, all Japanese, so when I went semi-retired in 2019, I thought it was about time to try a Triumph, so I opted for a Speed Triple, and joined the club. I’ve known a few of the members for quite a few years.

Terry Radford

I am an mot tester/mechanic had bike since i was 17 all different triumph, ajs 350, Honda Goldwing, and various other Hondas, Yamaha and Suzuki, worked on bikes and cars i may be able to arrange a service day where i work once this lockdown ends if there is any interest, would be a weekend thing.

Mark Rowlands

My Triumph T120R . Back in 2014 at the annual Bike show at the Thatch I was lucky enough to win best Triumph on show and Bill Smith presented the trophy. There are photos on the website of my lucky day. Sadly got none on my phone. Let’s hope that next year we can hold another show.

Bob Gooding

 Past chairman and drunk … 2012 Triumph Tiger Explorer used all year round

Bill Jones

Returned to motorcycling 12 years ago after many years away. Triumph is my bike of choice. Completed a number of modifications to my t100 Boneville. Most recently changing the suspension to Maxton.