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The British Car Club of Manitoba, which was originally named the Triumph Driver's Club of Manitoba, was established in 1989 by a dozen British Car enthusiasts to preserve and protect the "Little British Car". In 2018 the members decided to change the club's name to the British Car Club of Manitoba due to the make-up of the club having changed to include a significant percentage of members owning British cars of other marques than Triumph. Today the club boasts a membership of over 100 hobbyists who own, collectively, over 170 vehicles with most on the road from early Spring to late Fall. The club is located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

Membership in the Club is open to anyone interested in British cars. Costs is only $20.00 per year and entitles members to a monthly newsletter and invitations to a number of Club organized and sponsored events. If you are interested in becoming a member, download a PDF version of our Membership Application Form and either mail it to us or plan on attending one of our monthly meetings. See Events for meeting times and location.

Monthly meetings, open to interested parties, are held on the second Wednesday of each month. Time and location can be found on the Events page. On Saturday mornings at about 9:00 AM, many members congregate for breakfast. The location can vary so use the E-Mail button on the left to request the current breakfast spot.

Club members are also able to borrow club owned tools. These tools include:

  • 3/4 inch Socket Set
  • Engine Hoist
  • 2-way Radios
  • Exhaust Gas Tester
  • Stud Gun & Lever (body work)
  • Boroscope
  • Unisyn Carburetor Synchronizing Tool

Elections for the new club executive where held on November 9, 2017. Below is the club executive for 2018/2019.

2018/2019 Executive
Position Name
PresidentChad Edwards
Vice PresidentRick Unruh
TreasurerBrian Lanoway
SecretaryBarry Howorth
Newsletter EditorSteve Penner
Web SiteChad Edwards
Past PresidentTed Moorby

Mission Statement: "The purpose of the BCCM shall be to bring together in a friendly atmosphere all persons interested in the preservation and driving of British Marque Sports Cars: to engage in discussions, lectures, social events and demonstrations to further the life of these cars."

For a list of Members and their cars, click here.

British Car Day at Gimli Raceway

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