Dear Friends of TRIDAYS!
We would like to inform you that we have mutually agreed with TRIUMPH to end TRIDAYS with the last joint event having taken place in 2016. After discussions together we have both now accepted that it would be in our common interests to go our separate ways and we would like to take this opportunity to thank TRIUMPH for 11 splendid years, and would be delighted to continue welcoming Triumph as both guest and exhibitor.
Since we want to make a fresh start going down the road, we have decided to rename the event. And just as earlier, when Raider became Twix, TRIDAYS will now become CLUB OF NEWCHURCH. The thought behind the change: Let us develop an event based on our vision and that we able to solidly identify with. As we move forward in this new endeavour, we will be supported by several loyal companions including LSL, NOLAN, WALZWERK, KINGSTON CUSTOM, RESTLESS, ROKKER, BAD & BOLD as well as other great friends and exhibitors.
Naturally, we discussed long and hard what direction we should take, and we finally reached the conclusion that we want to return to our roots and what truly drives us: motorcycling. Over the years, Triweek developed into a great opportunity for a big family get-together. It is precisely that which we want to nurture and expand within the framework of the Club of Newchurch. “7 days pure motorcycle emotion”
We want to step away from the mega event, away from quantity, and move towards quality, authenticity and atmosphere. We have countless ideas bouncing around in our heads, that now need to be put into action: Amongst other things, we want to provide a platform for the young customizer scene, want to be open to other motorcycle makes, launch a motorcycle film festival in the next few years, plus we also have a few off-the-wall ideas as well. You are certain to be surprised!!
We hope that you will continue to be our close, loyal companions on this exciting new journey we will share together.
Your CLUB OF NEWCHURCH Team
Mastermind Uli Brée, Ingrid Maier-Schöppl & Robert Möschl, Touristoffice Newchurch