Triumph Triple Challenge entries open for 2013 season

Entry to the 2013 season of the Triumph Triple Challenge (TCC) – the most competitive one-make motorcycle championship at national level – is now open to riders. Consisting of nine rounds, the TCC runs as part of the prestigious British Superbike (BSB) Championship series, and is a natural stepping stone for rising talent from both the UK and overseas.

Competing on the award winning Daytona 675/R, riders can choose from a number of packages, starting from £900 per round and, depending on whether they elect to use an existing TTC race-spec bike; to take advantage of a loan machine or to purchase a brand new race-spec machine. A number of different finance options are also available to spread the cost of the championship over the full season.

All Triple Challenge packages cover race entry fees, tyre allocation, access to the Triple Challenge village race preparation and hospitality facilities, plus the support of resident mechanical and electrical technicians and a suspension engineer at every round. Riders also benefit from a generous discount on spare parts and race accessories, with a comprehensive stock of parts carried at every round.

Tony Scott, director of the Triumph Triple Challenge series, said: “The TCC represents fantastic value for money to riders looking to test their skills at some of the best circuits in the UK. In the last few seasons we’ve seen more riders from overseas, such as South Africa and Australia, coming over to compete in the TTC and this had added real zest to the series.

“Thanks to our all-inclusive, transparent pricing structure, I am confident that the TCC represents the best value for money option for riders looking to further their careers on a national stage. It’s also a great place for those simply looking for enjoyable racing as the atmosphere in the TTC paddock is supportive and welcoming.”

To communicate the sense of excitement and highly supportive culture of the TCC, a video has been produced, which will be sent to applicants along with a series information pack.

Applications can be made on line via the home page at
To find out more about the TTC 2012 season, contact Tony Scott at the TTC on 01732 886505 or email him at:

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