Beezumph 28

What is Beezumph?

Beezumph is the annual rally of the Trident & Rocket 3 Owners Club.

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Following the recent passing of our club President, Les Williams, we would like to announce that from now on the Beezumph ride out will be known as ‘The Les Williams Memorial Ride Out’ in commemoration to the man himself and in recognition of the good work that Les has done for the club and Triples in general over the years. 

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Anyone and everyone who is camping over the Friday night after the BBQ and Band at Beezumph would you please note that because of a Motorsport event which is taking place on Saturday 27th we are very limited where we can camp on Friday night. The area we have been allocated is highlighted on the aerial view below. As this area is relatively small we will not have the room to spread out as we would probably like to and we will need to be considerate to each other for us all to fit in! This will be a far from ideal situation so please bear with us to make it enjoyable for everyone. As we have been told Cadwell Park don’t have any obligation to provide camping facilities after an event and in effect our right to be there finishes at 18:00 hrs on Friday evening. We only have the right to stay in the paddock area between 18:00 hrs Thursday and 18:00 hrs Friday so we would appreciate your cooperation in this situation and make it a great Beezumph for us all!

For anyone wishing to stay over Saturday night there is camping available for the Motorsport event, full details here:

Dougy Beardsall

This year’s Beezumph theme is “Celebrating 40 Years of the TR3OC” and is part of the club’s programme of events for 2019 to mark the Club’s 40th anniversary. We will also be including a Doug Hele Centennial area with the P1 on display. Ian Martin will be coming to Beezumph & will be re-united with his original race bike. Also other bikes in attendance are the Hailwood Rocket 3, Boyer Trident race bike, P & M Trident, & either a space frame or monocoque works Norton Commando. These bikes are confirmed to be there & we are working to extend this list.

The format is a two-day rally, with camping available from Wednesday night until Saturday. Thursday will give the opportunity to noise test your bike, then participate in the organised ride out to the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre at East Kirkby organised by Dougy Beardsall. In the evening, there will be an Autojumble of triple and other parts, then a presentation of interest, this year by renowned Journalist and Triple owner and long time club member Neil Spalding with the subject being ‘Foundations for the future, the BSA/Triumph Triple showed the way’, rounded off by the band “Rickshaw” bringing the proceedings to a close. There will be food available to purchase in the club house at the publicised time.

Friday will start early for track session riders with the compulsory sign-on and safety brief, more noise testing then all the track action will begin, truly a spectacle in itself. The merchandise tent will be open all day. Other marquees will contain exhibitions by the London Motorcycle Museum, the Racing Triple paddock and the great man himself Mr George Pooley (will the V6 be running this year?). We will have various special guests, which are soon to be announced.

Following the track action, the visitors bike line up will gather in the paddock area. There will be a superb display of all the Triple genres with trophies given for the best in each class. A fantastic photo opportunity. Then the raffle draw with many great prizes which have been donated by our sponsors.

On to the evening, it’s party time! The BBQ is again included in the Rally ticket price, the bar will be open, the band “Rickshaw” will begin. They play, everything from:- Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, Gary Moore, Free, Status Quo, David Bowie, Deep Purple, Sex Pistols, Black Sabbath, Kinks, The Who, etc.

Saturday is pack up and a motoring event (chargeable) if you wish to stay.

Rally tickets are a bargain £25.00 each, which includes entry to the event, camping, rally badge, program, Friday BBQ food, and entry to the marquee for the bands, great value for money indeed. Day Tickets are £10.00 each which includes camping. All are welcome.


 If you haven’t been to Beezumph before, you’re missing one of the best track-based events in the UK.