With 2019 bringing about the 40th anniversary of the Trident & Rocket 3 Owners Club, this year’s Beezumph Rally – held at Cadwell Park on July 25 and 26 – is set to be something of a special couple of days.
The Beezumph event originally came about when a few of the club’s members suggested that it’d be a good idea to hire a circuit, around which club members could ride their own bikes.
This was before the popularity of track days and, despite the initial event being blighted by damp conditions, it proved a great success, so much so that this year’s event is actually the 28th consecutive Beezumph!
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While the meeting began at Cadwell Park, for several years it was held at the Trac Mon circuit on Anglesey (formerly known as Ty Croes), although it has now returned to the iconic and picturesque Lincolnshire track.
This year’s theme is that of 40 years of the TR3OC club, and previously there has been a focus on the Anglo-American match races of the Seventies, as well as the unforgettable sight of in excess of 70 Triumph Hurricanes that assembled at Cadwell in 2003, accompanied by the original bike’s designer, Craig Vetter (as seen in the pic to the right).
Read more in the July 2019 issue of OBM – on sale now!