About Triumph Classic Owners Club Ireland
Proudly Supporting Chrome: The Classic Car, Bike & Family Festival
Formed in 1986, the Triumph Classic Car Club is a group of like-minded individuals dedicated to preserving and enjoying Triumphs - Herald chassis, Spitfires, the Vitesse and the GT6 to the Stag, the Dolomite/FWD range and the TR range, which are mainstays of the club to this day.
Celebrating its 100th anniversary of Triumph Production at this year's car show, the Triumph Classic Owners Club has expanded the club to match the many tastes in classic cars, allowing other vehicles to go on our runs, which happen monthly.
Lakers Social and Recreation Club
Lakers Social and Recreation Club is a support group catering to individuals with intellectual disabilities and supporting them to grow, learn and enhance their personal skills and confidence through various sports and social activities.
Founded in 1989 by a group of parents, Lakers started as a basketball club associated with the Special Olympics and grew to 4 sporting activities. Currently, the club runs over 60 activities (including cooking, art, taekwondo, and book club) a week for our 400 members, is open 6 days a week, and is supported by over 160 volunteers.
Membership to Lakers is offered throughout Wicklow and South Dublin and is a vital social resource
for people with special needs.
Blood Bikes East
After a chance meeting at a charity biking event in 2012, Blood Bikes East provides an emergency medical transport service between the hospitals in Dublin City and the greater Dublin area. This is done through a network of volunteers and is entirely FREE of charge to our contracted hospitals.
Blood Bikes East have saved hospitals in the Greater Dublin area over €1,000,000 since their inception and completed over 35,000 transport.