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Manx Motors Inc

Quality British Motorcycle and Car Service

Phone (248) 475 4733

email manxmotors@sbcglobal.net







Phone (248) 475 4733

email manxmotors@sbcglobal.net

 

Detroit Triumph Sportscar Club

If you are not a member and own a Triumph or other little British car, you owe it to yourself to join this club. It’s the most active, fun and friendly club you’ll find.

Useful Links

Please see the web site links below to some of the metro Detroit classic British motorcycle and car clubs. Also included are a few of our other favorites.

Metro Triumph Riders (MTR)

The Metro Triumph Riders, a group of Detroit-area bike enthusiasts dedicated to the care and feeding of all makes of British motorcycles, old and new. We are a nonprofit Michigan corporation, an affiliate of the American Motorcyclist Association, with membership open to anyone interested in motorcycles manufactured in England.

Michigan Norton Owners (MNO) Founded in 1979, the MNOA is a group of vintage Norton Motorcycle owners and enthusiasts based in southeast Michigan.  We are the second oldest chapter of the INOA/USNOA, and maintain a Supporting Club Charter with the American Motorcyclist Assoc. (AMA).

Little British Car Company (LBCC)

We at Little British Car Company and Vintage Motors are dedicated to providing excellent customer service with a "Personal Touch" and quality classic car parts and accessories always at a "substantially lower" price.

Triumph Owners M.C.C. (England)

The Triumph Owners Motor Cycle Club (TOMCC) was founded in 1949 by a group of dedicated enthusiasts around South London. This soon grew into a major National One-Make Club catering for all owners of Triumph Motorcycles. Whether they be Pre-Meriden (up until 1942), Meriden (the Classic Era), or Hinckley (the latest range of beauties), all are very welcome.

Detroit Rugby Football Club (DRFC)

The Detroit RFC was founded in 1968 and is one of the first established rugby clubs in the State of Michigan. The original seven founders were Detroiters who had been crossing the Detroit River to Windsor, Canada to play the game as members of the Walkerville Borderers. The club originally went under the nickname of the Detroit "Cobras" since most of the players were Ford Motor Company engineers working on the design of the Cobra sports car.