The Hill Country Triumph Club (HCTC) was founded in 1990 to bring together the owners of various types of Triumph automobiles in the greater Austin area. However, we welcome fans of all marques of British cars: as owners and lovers of our types of cars, we have a special kinship which draws us together.
The Hill Country Triumph Club (HCTC) was founded in 1990 to bring together the owners of various types of Triumph automobiles in the greater Austin area. However, we welcome fans of all marques of British cars fans: as owners and lovers of our types of cars, we have a special kinship which draws us together.
The Hill Country Triumph Club is hosting the 2019 VTR National Show in Dripping Springs. Registration is now live! Visit www.VTR2019.com to learn more and register!
Annual dues are $15.00 per family per year. We meet for breakfast on the second Saturday of each month, dinner on the second Tuesday of each month, and generally have at least one other event during the month. We encourage you to join and support us, even if you don't drive your car regularly. We also offer technical advice and repair assistance.
One goal of our club is to help its members keep their cars on the road. We schedule fix-it days to assist club members with repairs. Please contact one of the officers for more information.
NOTE: In leiu of December's Tuesday night meeting at The Tavern, we'll be doing our annual Tour-de-lites Johnson City!
Our caravan will depart the Barber Shop (Brew Pub) at 207 Mercer St. in Dripping Springs at 6:30 PM for a scenic drive to Johnson City.
The entourage will arrive at Pecan Street Brewing in Johnson City at about 7:00 PM for a hearty dinner http://pecanstreetbrewing.com/.
Afterwards we will stroll over to the Pedernales Electric Co-Op building to view their fantastic Christmas lighting display.
Please send a note to Nel at nmcphail (at) austin.rr.com and let her know by Friday, December 7th if you are attending.
J. KYLE FAGAN
BECOME A MEMBER
• Monthly Newsletters - One of the best ways to be kept up to date on the latest in the British car hobby.
• Fix-it-days - Let the expert shade tree guys show up and help put you back on the road.
• Parts Discounts - From local business and E-commerce websites
• Hill Country Drives - There's nothing better than hitting the winding hill country roads
We'd love to have you as a member of this great group! We welcome visitors to our monthly meetings. We always have a handful of Triumphs and a good time. Come by if you want to see some cool cars.
Click the calendar link above for where and when the next meet up is.
HCTC Saturday morning meeting at Waterloo Ice House
Second Saturday Every Month — HCTC Saturday morning meeting, 9 AM,
See calendar for more detail.
WHAT WE DO
Our regular monthly meetings are held the second Saturday morning of each month at WATERLOO ICE HOUSE at 360 and 2222 and the second Tuesday evening of each month at a rotating venue. See the calendar for times and locations as both of these are subject to change. We welcome visitors with or without a Triumph. We've even been known to welcome MG owners!
One thing is for sure with our members, we drive these cars like they were made to be driven.
Come explore some of the Hill Country's most scenic, fun roads with a great group of enthusiasts.
Stopping to explore many of the local "watering holes" and restaurants along the way,
we try to schedule one drive a month but sometimes we've been known to have more!
LOCAL, REGIONAL AND NATIONAL EVENTS
From our local monthly meetings to annual events such as ALL BRITISH CAR DAYS and regional and national events, our club always shows up no matter how far the drive.
From time to time, we hold "Fix-it-Days" to keep our British iron on the road and safe. From simple safety checks to emergency repairs, it seems like our members never tire at keeping these cars safe and running.
Check the calendar for the next Fix-it-Day.
Our award winning newsletter, THE RAGTOP is part of membership. Always packed with our latest adventure, meeting notes and event dates. It also features some regular articles such as "Mike's Tool of the Month" to articles on our member's exploits in vintage racing, regional and national event news to fixing your car and keeping it running.