Its events calendar is packed with regions across the whole of the UK holding club nights, social events and attending shows (there is simply far too many to list here).
Under 25 year olds are also very welcome – the Club has a dedicated section for younger enthusiasts in its magazine, which is written by Triumph enthusiast, Ollie Herbert. Younger people are actively encouraged to join in: “We’re trying to make provisions to get younger people interested in the car” said Club chairman, Keith Barnicle. However, the Club is in touch with issues younger drivers face, recognises the difficulty they can have in getting on the road and is happy to offer advice.
The Stag Owners’ Club is also keen to expand its horizons beyond the UK and works closely with other Stag clubs from across the world, including Australia, Germany, the Netherlands and the USA. Continuing on this theme, the Club’s Knight Hawks program has returned after a 20-year absence. Knight Hawks is a European and International support network, designed to assist Stag owners from all over the world on their travels should they run into trouble. They can help owners find classic friendly repair facilities and some Knight Hawks will even come out to assist owners who have run into difficulty.
To find out more about the Stag Owners’ Club, visit the Stag website.