Keep checking back for information later as we add to it as we go there are some
plans to improve things & may be a new dedicated site in the near future. For now
I have a google drive full of manuals and service sheets - contact me via the webmaster
email and I’ll give you access to it.
VMSC does not endorse or promote any of the following contacts or companies but puts
these up to aid those in need of TriBSA help:
TriBSA scooter owners parts and advice Facebook group - click facebook logo here
and ask to join the group:
Mark Brown - New Zealand - lots of parts and remanufactured bits; mats, pedal rubbers,etc.
OR Tel: 64-3- 5452457
British Scooters Facebook group run by the very knowledgeable Doug- click facebook
logo here and ask to join the group:
Carburettors: Zenith and Amal - Burlen Ltd.
Spares: Burton Bike Bits
Yahoo Group - US based enthusiasts site some useful people here
Vintage Scooter Info - an enthusiasts site (not just for Triumph but other marques
Due apparently to some hacking by hostile forces and other problems this year, sadly,
a really useful site for Triumph and BSA owners has shut down with the loss of a
lot of data,information and many interesting threads and contacts.
Vespa and Lambretta owners are well catered for on the net generally and by their
own make clubs and plenty of suppliers.
The less well known marques have less support out there in the marketplace as anyone
trying to get work done or spare parts purchased know and we do have experts on these
within the club who can help if you join up.
With no one free to take up the mantle, (apart from a small Yahoo group in the US
and a Facebook group) as webmaster I thought I might on behalf of the VMSC (& on
a temporary basis at least) have a page for TriBSA owners for now to go on.
The longer term aim is to get a forum running as a source of info and then extend
it out to the other makes such as Capri, Cezeta, Dayton, Durkopp, Diana, James, Manurhin
Concorde, Moto Rumi, Parilla, Swallow Gadabout, Velocette and Zundapp
Triumph & BSA Scooters
The late. Great (and one of the finest, nicest gentlemen I’ve ever met) - 2 & 4 wheeled
World Champion John Surtees on a Tigress