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Title: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 27.05. 2009 23:30
Hello all, I've got this book (from Triumph friends, I've got a 900 Legend), a story of a guy undertaking a unique journey, fascinating reading, and the plan has been to send this book all over the world, from Triumph owner to Triumph owner.

So far it's been in Spain, USA, Australia, Isle of Man, and Norway. I've had it laying around for too long, and would like to help it on the move again, anybody here can suggest a friend (preferably in a place not listed above) with a Triumph (modern or classic) who would be interested in receiving it, and revive the books' long journey.

Thanks
Erling
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: RichardL on 28.05. 2009 05:09
Erling,

Can it come to the U.S. again? If so, I'd like to read it, then, pass it on to a friend with a modern big Triumph. Does it need to return to you or just write home now and then to tell you it's OK and where it's been? Can a remote corner of our forum (or some other) be used to track the fabulous adventures of the book?

Richard L.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 28.05. 2009 09:51
Thanks for the reply, not that I would not send it to the US again, but as mentionned, the scheme is to send it directly to a Triumph owner, in a country where it's not been before. (if you want to read it (it's very good) you can find it f.ex here http://www.amazon.co.uk/Triumph-Around-World-Robbie-Marshall/dp/1903070082).

Thanks
e
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: jfligg on 28.05. 2009 17:34
Hello E
  I am in Canada.  I have both a new Triumph and a old one.  If the book has not been to Canada I'll take it.  If thats OK, email me and I will send on my address.  Thanks Jeff
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 28.05. 2009 22:43
That's great, one new country it will visit.
Be sure to write your name\country in it, then send it on out again on it's journey.

Thanks
e
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 14.06. 2009 22:39
Book safe and well in Canada. Sorry it ain't BSA around the World, can't have it all   *smile*

So far:
Spain > USA > Australia > Isle of Man > Norway > Canada
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Richard on 14.06. 2009 22:42
I have a Hinkley triumph and reside in the UK  and would be more than happy to receive it read it and send it on possibly to Belguim
Regards
Richard
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 14.06. 2009 22:50
Nice one. Contact jfligg about it. btw, which T you've got ?
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: RichardL on 15.06. 2009 04:02
Unfortunately, I was too late to be the U.S.A. representative/benefactor. Either Arlen or DT should quickly speak-up and claim the right for Brazil. OK,Mr. Administer, do the rules allow neighbors in the same country to each hastily read the book before contacting our member in Argentina, or the like, as the next stop?

Richard L.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: LJ. on 15.06. 2009 09:11
Now what Would be a good idea is to have a BSA Book, maybe of the A seris twins? Write in the Book that it belongs to the A7 & A10 forum and let it go on its world travels. Along with writing in the book where the book has been in the world the reader must also report back to a thread similar to this and his comments and report as to what he thought and where the book travels to next.  *computer*
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Richard on 15.06. 2009 09:51
A10gf
btw ?
I have a 2003 T100 in green
LJ
a good idea but how about doing it around Britian first giving a time slot for sending it on keeping it within the A10/7 forum then selecting another country and so on.
Richard
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: fido on 15.06. 2009 12:54
If it can go to both USA and Canada, perhaps it should also go to Scotland and Wales as well as England. I'm sure my Tiger Cub owning friend GBC would like to represent Scotland. I sadly no longer have my 1995 Trident 900.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Daniel Toro (DT) on 15.06. 2009 14:46
Next destination: Brazil, of course!
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 15.06. 2009 17:23
Very nice to see the interest ! Now it's all up to Jeff (jfligg) to choose the next destination.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: jfligg on 14.10. 2009 02:47
Hi Guys
  I am finished with the book.  Sorry it has taken so long.  Who would like it next?  This is the first time I have looked in on the topic since I recieved the book.  I posted  this topic on the triumph.net website and got banned for posting spam.  Kind of dishearting!  I have an email off to the administator of that website for an explaination.  Its sad to be lumped in with spamers, when you are trying to do some good.  Jeff
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 14.10. 2009 10:53
Hi, the world often ain't right, as the guy in the book did experience quite seriously *smile*
ps that wasn't long, I had it for many, many years! Point is just to get it to a new T owner in a new country, whatever trouble or time it may take. Hope you enjoyed the reading.

e
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Richard on 14.10. 2009 11:24
I am still interested and I am in the uk
Richard
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: jfligg on 25.10. 2009 12:59
The book is on its way to Richard.  Jeff
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Richard on 25.10. 2009 14:06
Jeff,
I just thought I would reply and say thank you again then at least the board will know it is definatly the Richard from Minety uk as there are but a few to many of us with the same name
all the best
Richard
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Daniel Toro (DT) on 12.11. 2009 21:18
ooops... i lost the time.

But after you read, maybe the book comes to Brasil...

regards.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Richard on 26.11. 2009 14:09
The book has just arrived with me today so over the next few weeks I will sit in the comfy chair near the log burner and have me a good read of it.
Now before I have to send it on I need to know if Wales or Scotland and Northern Ireland are counted as seperate countries for the purpose of this book as I am in England.
Richard
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 27.11. 2009 21:06
Nice to see the book covering more 1.000's of miles. You'll enjoy the reading !
(DT on the forum here has asked for it, if he owns a T, Brazil would be nice. I have no say in the matter, only made sure it went to a new country, you can evaluate any 'separateness' on the British Isles).

Now, who volunteers for the BSA A10\7 Around the World Tour + story. I'll pay for a good share of the petrol + book printing!  (Do not count me in (after reading all that happened to the guy in the T book!) *smiley4*
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Richard on 27.11. 2009 22:10
Have not even looked at the first page yet, I am struggling to re-bench and re-organise the garage/workshop but have "man flu," well a really heavy cold actually and it makes hard work of anything I try to do. I was able to move around in there last week but now well no chance.
I will send it to another country other than Britian but then it can always go to Wales or scotland another time that way it will cover more mile's, also I did see DT's post and will ask the question when I have read it.
I think I have left it a bit to late to travel around the world on the T100, but maybe one of the younger members like LJ could take up that challenge!!
Richard
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Richard on 07.12. 2009 16:46
I have read the book so it needs a new destination so DT do you have a Triumph if so what model? and can you send me your address by private email, not on this open forum, if you have not got a Triumph then I need to send it to someone that has
Richard
PS, it is a good read but needless to say I will not be volunteering for the round the world Tour, even for all the petrol cost.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Richard on 26.01. 2010 23:33
I have had no response from DT even after sending email, so as I am keen to send it on to a new country is there anyone with a triumph in a country it has not been to yet, (read the above posts) who would like to receive it and would also send it onwards after reading it?
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Daniel Toro (DT) on 14.03. 2010 15:16
I´m so sorry, Richard. But I´ve been busy with some problems and travels here and don´t even look at this forum for a while. I´ll try read here once a week.

I don´t know why I haven´t received your e-mail, but please, send to dt_loco@yahoo.com.br.
I have an ´06 Tiger - now brand new because
On december i´ve been hit by a car and spend 3 months without my Bike.  (I just suffer an little scratch, thanks god).
Our governors now decided to check the polution of all machines and now my BSA stays at home since this event.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Richard on 14.03. 2010 18:49
Hi DT,
I am glad to hear that you were not hurt.
If it means because of the polution you can not use the BSA I am willing to adopt it and give it a loving home.
If you email me via the link with your address I will send the book on to you.
I have been out today to watch the 10,000 bikes ride from Hullavington to Wootton Bassett to raise funds for the hero's fund re the Afgan conflict, what an excellent site that was to behold everbody waving and clapping them, I parked myself mid route near to where I live. In fact I had to go home and leave my elderly step father there then got the A10 out and rode to Malmesbury and joined a group of riders and rode to Wootton Bassett, brilliant I just hope it all ended with no problems.
Richard
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: jfligg on 01.04. 2010 22:56
Hello
  Has the book made it a new home?  Jeff
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 02.04. 2010 10:00
Hi Jeff, thanks for asking. Sadly, no more news about it, looks like it's up to ex-member Richard from M to keep the books' journey alive.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Daniel Toro (DT) on 02.04. 2010 12:32
I send an e-mail to Richard at the same date he posted the last message but he didin´t reply...
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a101960 on 11.07. 2010 16:52
Just a quick message on behalf of Richard from Mintey. The Triumph around the world book was posted to DT a while back. Crucially there has been no feed back on weather or not the book was actually received. If anyone knows anything about the location of the book, would they please post that information on the board. DT if you read this, a quick email of acknowledgement would not go amiss.

Thanks John
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 11.07. 2010 18:38
Thanks for the news, appreciated. Let's hope it made it trough the post!
And say hello to Richard.
e
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Daniel Toro (DT) on 15.07. 2010 11:53
Hello guys, sorry for delay.
I was on a trip and just come back yesterday.
The book have arrived here last week and I´ll read
as soon as I can.

Thanks!
Regards.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a101960 on 15.07. 2010 14:55
Thanks for the acknowledgement DT. I will pass the message on to Richard.

John
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: A10Boy on 15.07. 2010 16:09
I would welcome Richard back if and when he feels like returning.

 *conf*
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 15.07. 2010 18:28
Excellent news ! The book really does a world tour. Thanks to Richard & DT.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 01.12. 2010 21:48
Would be very interested in any update on the books whereabouts.

Thanks
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Daniel Toro (DT) on 02.12. 2010 01:18
Hello guys, the book is taking a tour in São Paulo, but I always stay in touch to care about it.
Who´s next? I probably will send in february.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 08.12. 2010 11:46
Thanks for the reply, the book must now have traveled 40.000 km ! Do you know anybody owning a Triumph in a country the book has not yet visited ? If everyone did (as required) sign with name and country on the inner-page, you may find out where it 'wants' to be sent next, many countries still available.

If nobody here on this forum, I'll make a post on www.triumphrat.net (from where the 'around the world project' originated), and help find a new recipient. Take good care of the book, it's quite an icon by now.

Thanks
e

Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Daniel Toro (DT) on 26.04. 2011 16:45
Nobody yet?
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: RichardL on 26.04. 2011 18:19
Yes, the regs are that it go to a country not yet ivisited, but absent anyone else available, perhaps Chicago can be granted temproray international stature? Must clear with "e".
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 26.04. 2011 20:12
whoops, thanks for the reminder... have forgotten to post in the t-forum. Richard, if you want to give the book refuge contact DT and make the arrangements. I trust you'll find an interesting place for it's subsequent journey... f.ex. some Triumph owner somewhere in Africa ?

e
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 30.09. 2011 18:08
Any updates on the books' whereabouts ?
Thanks
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Daniel Toro (DT) on 30.09. 2011 18:21
Hello. I´m still waiting some contact or destination to send the book.

Regards.

Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 30.09. 2011 18:32
Ahh, thanks a lot, it's safe. Still interested, Richard? And anyone on the forum that it can go to next (Africa would be nice).
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: RichardL on 30.09. 2011 19:17
Erling,

I've sent DT a PM requesting to receive the book. Very much looking forward to the read and finding the next recipient.

Richard L.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Daniel Toro (DT) on 19.10. 2011 15:30
After more than 1 year, the book hit the road again on his way to USA.

Regards.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Flatboy 1950 on 19.10. 2011 16:01
Richard , You can send it to me in South Africa next.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 20.10. 2011 18:43
Thanks for the news, and SA would be a nice 'next'.
Richard, when you get it, maybe post an updated list of the countries visited (and a calculation of how many km's the book has traveled :O)  ?
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: RichardL on 20.10. 2011 18:58
Will do. S.A. a great next stop.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: RichardL on 28.10. 2011 02:06
Received the book in good order,  thanks to DT.  I'm not a fast reader,  but it's off to S. A.  as soon as I'm done.

Richard L.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Flatboy 1950 on 28.10. 2011 09:46
Hi Richard , When you are ready I can give you my postal address for South Africa.

Regards , Flatboy.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 30.10. 2011 21:33
 *ex* reached it's destination once more. The world's postal system impresses me  *smile*
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: RichardL on 31.10. 2011 01:48
So far, an amusing read, if not exactly a literary masterpiece. (Robert Pirsig's legacy is safe.)

Places thus far visited:

Spain
USA x2
Australia
Isle of Man
Norway
Canada
England
Brazil


Sooo many more possibilities: Groily (France), Anji (India), Emilios (Cyprus), Bob (NZ), Markus (Austria), etc., etc., etc. Oh that reminds me, we do have a member in Thailand but I can't remember his name, or user name.

Of course, next stop is South Africa.

Richard L.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: kiwipom on 31.10. 2011 09:26
hi guys, if you want to send it down here just say the word,we would love to have it,cheers,Bob
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: MG on 31.10. 2011 09:43
I'd be more than happy to receive it and pass it on to the next Triumph owner. No Triumph in my garage, but I can have a good friend sign up for me ('71 OIF Bonnie owner), fair 'nuff  ;D
Use a snow-proof packing box when sending stuff to Austria this time of the year *warn*  *smile*

Cheers, Markus
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: RichardL on 31.10. 2011 10:53
As I understand it, and certainly in my case, owning a Triumph is not a prerequisite to receiving the book. Not that far in, but amusing regardless of make of bike.

Richard L.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: MG on 31.10. 2011 11:20
Alright, then put me on the list  ;)
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 31.10. 2011 13:26
Was originally for T owners only, but in view of the interest on the forum I suppose it's fine to relax the rules (the original instigator of the 'around the world' book project will surely forgive us).

Quote
if not exactly a literary masterpiece
nor was it ever meant to be, but a very fine diary about a journey few would ever dare to try, not to speak of succeed in completing (and coming home in one piece). I can imagine myself (gasp) in some of the situations the guy had to endure!
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: RichardL on 31.10. 2011 14:27
Not there yet, in the book, but I'm thinking the trip through Mexico and Central America may prove to be dangerous.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: RichardL on 03.12. 2011 17:39
As I am about to send the Triumph Around the World book to Chris (Flatboy) in South Africa, I thought I would add some pictures you all (not "y'all", because I'm not from the South) might find interesting. Erling already included the front cover, so I woun't post it again. There is a picture of the inside front cover with the list of names and destinations (I blanked out surnames so as not to breach privacy). There is a picture of the Sombreros Motorcycle Club sticker from DT in Brazil. He included three with the book and I took the liberty of keeping one. I hope there is no objection. Then, I made up a map with the journies made by the book and by Robbie Marshall drawn in.  

I enjoyed the read, but "literature" like "quality" lives largely in the mind of the observer. (See Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance.) For me, it's not literature, but fun none-the-less. I daydream of such a trip, but he did it! I think Mexico, Central America and Colombia would be even more dangerous today, considering the cartels.

On another note, I suggest checking out Flatboy's website. Great vintage Harley stuff. http://www.flatearthspares.com/

Richard L.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 04.12. 2011 00:43
 *ex* Excellent, thanks for the info. The book has done some incredible mileage.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: RichardL on 04.12. 2011 02:41
...and, it is now posted and on the way to Durban, South Africa. It would be great if it could cross the Pacific to make its "Around the World" complete. Can't recall who is next, Markus or Bob (Kiwipom) in NZ. If it were Bob, he would in the right geography to send it to someone in the New World. (I had been thinking of our one-time guest, Fernando, in Argentina, but he has slipped from the map). OK, I don't mean to be manipulative. I suppose it's best to let the book ride free with its face in the wind, like we all love to.

Richard L.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Flatboy 1950 on 14.12. 2011 11:44
Hi Richard , The book arrived safely this morning & I shall start reading it tonight.

Regards , Flatboy 1950
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Daniel Toro (DT) on 02.02. 2012 16:51
Richard, no objection at all, I forgot to write to you keep one.

Very good to see the book traveling again.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Flatboy 1950 on 02.02. 2012 18:59
Hi , I finished reading this book a while ago.

Who do I post it to next ??

Regards , Flatboy in Durban , South Africa.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Flatboy 1950 on 05.02. 2012 14:10
Hi Kiwipom , I shall post this book to you on monday.
I re-read the book over the weekend in case I had skipped 3/4 of it.
Nothing to say except it is heading to NZ on Monday.

Cheers , Flatboy.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 05.02. 2012 15:44
Regarding the world tour, I'll hope future and past readers sees that this guy did something few would ever manage in a lifetime (or 10 lifetimes for that matter), and also honored the revival of a UK motorcycle industry by doing the tour on one of the 1st English bikes (Hinckley Triumph) since the 70's collapse.

Thanks very much for sending the book to it's next stop, and hoping it will be appreciated and safely continue it's visits to countries around the world.

Thanks
e



In 2003 Robbie swapped his life in Brighton for a life in Spain and set up home in Almeria where he wrote articles about bikes and biking. In October 2003 he was involved in an accident on his bike and died three weeks later.

His spirit of adventure lives on and he will be missed by many people who had the fortune of meeting him.


Some video here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJYjVR597EQ
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: kiwipom on 13.03. 2012 20:39
hi guys, received book from Flatboy nearly finished it so who`s next? cheers
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 16.04. 2012 11:51
Hello, thanks for the news. Looks like we've done more than our share here. Please keep the book safe, and you'll be contacted about were to send it.

Thanks.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: kiwipom on 25.10. 2012 05:02
hi guys, as we are on the subject of `books`i still have the "Triumph Around The World" seems to be stuck in NZ. Who can i send it to next? cheers

adm edit: merged from tech board
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 25.10. 2012 09:11
Hello, thanks for the book info. As the time flies by, I think the forum here has done it's (very fair) share by sending the book around the world (a few times). Do you know anyone with a Triumph? Then just send it, and refer to the forum to give some historical background. Or maybe some of the newer members here would be interested?
e
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: RichardL on 25.10. 2012 09:51
I think, many new members since last this was mentioned. I you are one of them, you might want to read this: http://www.a7a10.net/forum/index.php/topic,1139.msg7843.html#msg7843

Richard L.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 25.10. 2012 17:38
...Pedro & Mexico !

edit: & what about Hungary > Fido
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: RichardL on 06.06. 2014 00:22
Where is it? The book, that is.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 06.06. 2014 12:59
Maybe kiwipom got it still ? From my view, everyone has done more that their fair share, and the book's voyage has fullfilled it's purpose & intent. But of course nice if it can continue.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: RichardL on 06.06. 2014 14:56
E,

You're probably not counting, but it's a bit amusing to realize that there are 176 new members since Kiwipom last posted about the book.

RichardL
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: kiwipom on 06.06. 2014 23:00
hi guys, as one previous post says(Please keep the book safe, and you'll be contacted about were to send it) I still have it, so who wants it? please send an address then it will be sent on, cheers
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: RichardL on 07.06. 2014 00:42
Great. Don't forget to add your name and location to the list in the book. Did Flatboy add his? C'mon guys, someone must want to read this interesting book. Yes, I'm a bit obsessed by the story of the travels of this book and think it's a story that should continue.

Richard L.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: kiwipom on 07.06. 2014 00:47
hi guys/Richard, yes `Flatboy` did add his details as i have,cheers
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: jfligg on 06.09. 2016 23:28
Hello I am just curious were the book is and if we can get it on the move.  Jeff
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: kiwipom on 07.09. 2016 02:13
hi guys, yes I still have it safe and sound, if anyone would like to receive it just make contact through a personal message with name and address for me to send it on, cheers
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: RichardL on 07.09. 2016 04:12
Just to let newer members know what's with this, here's the initial introduction of the idea from A10gf: http://www.a7a10.net/forum/index.php?topic=1139.msg7843#msg7843

Erling set the original rule that the book would always go to a new country. Getting to a new country would be great, of course (and I think there are a few new ones since the book last moved), but that restriction has been lifted. The book should go to anyone interested. Just be sure to log your name and location onto the list in the book. If you go through the posts on this topic you'll find a map of the book's journey done some years ago.

Richard L.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: a10gf on 07.09. 2016 11:39
Good to read it's still out there *smile*
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Topdad on 07.09. 2016 12:48
If no objections to it coming back to Europe (England ) I'd like to read it and be it's guardian until someone else wants it , do I just PM Kiwi ? Bob
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: RichardL on 07.09. 2016 15:04
Yep.

Did you see the map of it's journey? I'll update it with kiwipom's info.

Richard L.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Angus on 08.09. 2016 08:59
Hi Bob

If you get it, may I have it after you please still in the UK but at least travelling

thanks
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: kiwipom on 08.09. 2016 10:24
Hi guys, the book will be on its way toTOPDAD soon, cheers
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: madsens on 08.09. 2016 13:56
Should the book find its way to Denmark, I would be happy to take care of it for a while

regards
Joergen
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Topdad on 09.09. 2016 10:13
Duly Noted Joergen.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: kiwipom on 09.09. 2016 23:41
hi guys, posted yesterday will be approx. 4 days I am told, cheers
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: RichardL on 27.09. 2018 02:38
Bob,

Do you have the book? Don't ask me why I thought of this, I haven't a clue. 

For those of you who don't know about this, we have been passing this book from country to country (for years) to give it as much mileage as possible while allowing members the interesting read. If it's still out there, and you'd like to read it, and be in the chain, speak up. Maybe Jergen has it. Whoever has it now should try to fill in the history and send it to any requester.

Richard L.
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: Topdad on 27.09. 2018 11:59
Hi Richard , you are on track I did have it, took a couple of mths to read and i forwarded on to I think one of our members out i Swedian i'll try and check for details ,cheers Bob
Title: Re: Triumph around the World: special request
Post by: jfligg on 27.09. 2018 18:48
I am so happy this book is still moving around. Are people still signing the cover. Jeff