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RIDER - RIDE-OUT TERMS & CONDITIONS

 

 

1. Terms and Interpretation

1.1. In these terms and conditions, references to we, us, our or Triumph Motorcycles means Triumph Motorcycles Limited of Ashby Road, Measham, Swadlincote, Derbyshire, DE12 7JP (Registered company number: 01735844) . References to you or your means the person that would like to join a Ride-Out.

1.2. The following capitalised terms shall have the meaning first defined in this document, including:

  • Host means a person or entity that will host a Ride-Out;
  • Ride-Out means a Triumph 120 Anniversary Ride-Out as more particularly described on the Triumph 120 Anniversary Ride-Out website page.   

 

2. The application

2.1. You agree to comply with the Ride-Out Rules (see schedule 1 to these Terms).

2.2. You will not do or allow anything to be done that would, or would be likely to, bring Triumph Motorcycles into disrepute or adversely affect its reputation in any way.

 

3. Host

3.1. You acknowledge that your Host (unless we expressly inform you otherwise) is not Triumph Motorcycles or a representative or agent of Triumph Motorcycles. 

3.2. Hosts are third parties and Triumph is not responsible for anything done or not done by a Host.  

 

4. Personal Data

4.1. If you supply any personal data to a Host, your Host will be responsible for the management of that personal data and should provide you with a privacy policy or other information to explain how it will manage such personal data.

4.2. You acknowledge that your personal information or any information of any other person that you supply to us will be stored in accordance with our privacy policy

 

 

5. Right licence

5.1. Any content that you upload to our websites or social media platforms or by tagging any content to any of our social media sites (referred to as ‘UGC’ or ‘User Generated Content’) you agree to our User Generated Content terms.

 

6. Loan motocycles

6.1. If Triumph loans any motorcycle to you, it shall be subject to the terms and conditions of a motorcycle loan agreement.

 

7. Law

7.1. These terms and any issues, disputes or claims arising out of or in connection with them shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, the laws of England and Wales.

7.2. The courts of England and Wales shall have jurisdiction in respect of any such issues, disputes and claims.

 

 

If you have any questions concerning these terms, you can contact us by writing to us at uk.marketing@triumph.co.uk.  

 


 

Schedule 1 – Ride-Out Rules

1. The following capitalised terms shall have the meaning first defined in this document, including:

  • Host means a person or entity that has applied to host a Ride-Out and whose application has been agreed by us;
  • Ride-Out means a Triumph 120 Anniversary Ride-Out as more particularly described on the Triumph 120 Anniversary Ride-Out website page.

 

2. All riders must:

2.1. be mentally and physically fit to take part in the Ride-Out; and

2.2. have held a full UK motorcycle licence for a minimum of 12 months; and

2.3. have no unspent driving disqualifications; and

2.4. have no more than 6 penalty points on their licence; and

2.5. have not been involved in more than one accident during the preceding 3 years; and

2.6. not be under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

 

3. Motorcycle Licence. All riders must bring and hand-over their driving licence, which will be retained by the Host during the Ride-Out.

 

4. Protection. All riders must wear appropriate protective clothing when taking part in the Ride-Out. As a minimum the following is required: helmet; gloves; long sleeved jacket; trousers; boots that cover the ankle.

 

5. All motorcycles at the time of the Ride-Out must be in safe working order, have a current MOT certificate and be taxed. 

 

6. All riders must be insured to ride their motorcycles on a full comprehensive basis for the Ride-Out.

 

7. All riders must bring documentation (to prove compliance with clauses 5 and 6 above) with them to the Ride-Out and provide the same to the Host on request.

 

8. Riding Safely. All riders acknowledge that riding motorcycles is an inherently risky activity and that they are competent to ride the bike being used. If, at any stage, a rider feels unable to ride the motorcycle with confidence in a safe manner or if Triumph (or any representative of Triumph) or a Host requests a rider to stop, the rider agrees to immediately stop taking part in the Ride-Out. 

 

9. During the Ride-Out, all riders agree to:

  • follow the Host’s instructions at all times;
  • not deviate from the route set by the Host;
  • obey all speed limits and the highway code
  • not overtake anyone else who is part of the Ride-Out, unless required to do so for safety reasons.

 

10. Any behaviour that is deemed to be unsafe by the Host or Triumph (or any representative of Triumph) may lead to the Ride-Out being stopped immediately.