The Rother Branch of The Triumph Owners Club is based in the South East of England in East Sussex known as the Rother region.

The Rother branch was started in 1980 by a few Triumph enthusiasts and has grown in strength over the years and now we have over a 100 members.

Hosting British & Classic Bike Nights, The Rabbit Rally, ride outs and events throughout the year plus raising money for local charities.
If you own and ride a Triumph and want to join up with local enthusiasts feel free to drop us an email or pop along to The Robin Hood pub on a Wednesday evening for a natter.

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The Flag of East Sussex

Sussex takes its name from the Old English name "Supseaxe", meaning South Saxons. The Kingdom of Sussex was one of the seven traditional kingdoms of Anglo Saxon England.

A poem by Victor Cook published in 1914 written in Sussex Dialect

"We wunt be druv"

Some folks as come to Sussex they recons as they know, A durn sight better what to do than simple folks like me and you, 
But then as come to Sussex they mustn't push and shove, for Sussex will be Sussex and Sussex wunt be druv,
There aint no place like Sussex until ye goos above, for Sussex will be Sussex and Sussex wunt be druv.