It’s here again, TFEST at Triumph Newcastle
Come down on the 11th and find the Jam Jar Burger van from Jesmond ready to serve you their delicious food. If you’ve bought a bike from us, had service work done or bought any clothing then come and get a card from us and your burger is on us until they run out.
Then, try your luck on our Bucking Bronco. Longest ride wins a prize, and there’ll be prizes for other categories that we haven’t thought about yet. It won’t be serious, and only your pride can be hurt (probably).
Both Jam Jar and the Bucking Bronco are around from 11 until 3pm: it might be an idea to do food before the bull…
We’ll have special offers on clothing, with some jackets at half price and 20% off accessories all weekend too.
On the sixth day he saw everything that he had made, and behold, it was good. On the seventh day he went for a ride on his Bonneville for a cup of tea and a slice of cake.
God’s country it is then. We’re off for a ride on Sunday, meeting at the shop at 10am for a coffee and leaving 10.30am sharp for a ride out to Weardale, stopping for a brew in Middleton in Teesdale, and then back via the A686.
It’s organised in as much as we’re telling you when we’re leaving and where we’re stopping, but it’s up to you how you get there and at what speed. We’ll be riding at an average sort of pace, if you want to go off the front, or sit at the back and enjoy the countryside at your leisure then please do, we’ll see you there regardless.
There’s no regroup back at the shop afterwards, and if the weather is glorious those who want to arrange with others to go further afield rather than head back to Newcastle could do so at Middleton, we might tag along too.
If it’s bucketing down, then we’ll post an update on Facebook early Sunday with any revised plans.