We are Georgia’s only all-Triumph car club, and one of the largest Triumph clubs in the Southeast. Our current membership roster includes over 150 members. We are also a chapter of the Vintage Triumph Register and the 6-Pack.
Over the years, we have enjoyed many wonderful activities, from scenic touring in the North Georgia Mountains, to the rich displays of British Car Days on the lawn of Chateau Elan and now Berry College, to the intimate gatherings at the GTA holiday parties. Even when inclement weather threatens, there are always the die-hard enthusiasts who never failed to show up with their Triumphs – ready for anything.
We make every effort to ensure that the GTA hosts at least one driving event each month. We also collaborate with other area clubs to mix and mingle to provide a well-rounded experience for our members. The result is a calendar of events that leaves few weekends with nowhere to go. Some of us put thousands of miles on our Triumphs throughout the season, which are what our cars are made to do, drive!
One of the high points in our driving season is the GTA Polar Bear Run. Our first winter tour took place on the last Saturday of 2000 in freezing temperatures. We invited all of the other import clubs in the area and had 27 cars show up to drive. Since then, we have hosted Polar Bear groups of over 100 cars every year. Watch the calendar for the date of this year’s winter tour.
Touring is not the only thing we do. The GTA also hosts some informative technical sessions and social activities. In 2005 and 2007, we co-hosted the Southeast regional meet at Jekyll Island with our Southeastern sister clubs. This event was spectacular and proved that all the clubs in the Southeast can come together and sponsor a show together and make it one to remember.
So if you own a Triumph in the state of Georgia , and you’re not a member of the GTA, please consider joining our group. If you are a member of the GTA, and we haven’t seen you in a while, please come out and join us, or offer us suggestions for an event that you’d like to attend.
If you own another small-caliber sports car of interest, and are in striking distance of the Atlanta area, keep an eye on our calendar of events, and come join us on one of our many road trips throughout the year. I promise that you’ll have a great time. Contact us for information on open board positions.
Meetings are on the third Tuesday of the month locations of meeting are found on our calendar. For special requests and ideas please contact our Vice-President