Events | RBRR (2018)
The Round Britain Reliability Run
If you are a Triumph enthusiast you have to know the RBRR. If you don't know the RBRR, this is your best opportunity.
The Round Britain Reliability Run is a Club Triumph
event held every two years since 1966.
It's a car run from London to John O'Groats, the northest place in Scotland, to Land's End, the westest place in Cornwall, and then back to London:
2000 miles (3200 km) in 48 hours of non-stop driving.
From October 4th to 6th Alessandro and Giovanni - two of four creators of this website - flew to England to join Laurence on his
Triumph 2000 Mk1
, formed Team BrIt (no. 31)
, and been part of the Round Britain Reliability Run, a challenge accepted since
1966 by Triumph enthusiasts from all over the world. Italy apart: indeed, we've been the first Italian drivers at the RBRR!
Here are some data from our British weekend, but if you want to read more about the RBRR, click here