Welcome
 
The Seventh Annual Bennington Triumph Bash is a grassroots, independent rally for Triumph motorcycle owners by Triumph motorcycle owners.
 
This event has been going on since 2008 because we figured it was time for us Triumph riders to have a rally just as riders of other marques have had for years. Discussions ensued on various online motorcycle forums, especially TriumphRAT.net, and the idea gained a lot of traction. The very first year, we were thrilled to have an extremely successful event with participants from across North America. People had such a great time that there was immediate buzz about doing it again the next year, and the same has happened each year since. What started out as a vague notion of a small get-together has turned into an annual rally drawing people from all over North America and even around the world. We’ve found that Triumph enthusiasts are a unique collection of amazing people, spanning the spectrum from traditional cruiser riders to twisty-devouring sport riders, from café racer-loving rockers to dirt-loving ADV riders, and everything in between—all united by our love of British motorcycles.
 
This website is the information clearinghouse for the BTB. The seventh annual event will be held Friday, May 30 to Sunday, June 1, 2014. Please check back frequently for information updates. Use the navigation at the top of the page to get around the site. Thanks for reading, and we hope to see you in Bennington!
 
Please note: we will need people to preregister for the Saturday dinner so that the restaurant can prepare the right amount of food. Please see the Saturday Dinner page for more details.
 
If you would like to help us publicize the Bennington Triumph Bash, please download this PDF (right-click and save to your desktop), print it out, and put it up at your local dealer, club, bar, or hangout. And thanks for the help!
 
For all lawyers whom it may concern: This event is free. It is an informal get-together of friends and like-minded souls; Triumph Motorcycles (America) Ltd is not involved in this event in any way. All people attending should already understand the risks inherent to motorcycling, and they must be willing to accept those risks. The organizers of this event are not liable for any accidents that may (but hopefully won’t) occur.