Bourbon, Bluegrass, Thoroughbreds, and Triumphs
June 14-18, 2021 - Lexington, Kentucky
The TRA 2020 organizing committee has decided to postpone TRA 2020 scheduled for June 15-19 in Lexington, KY to 2021. This was a serious decision that was taken after considering several factors. The number of COVID-19 cases continue to increase with Ohio and Kentucky governors and their public health teams estimating the peak to be late April/early May which means cases will tail off and continue through May into June. Based on this timeline, the health of TRA 2020 attendees becomes a key factor. Most major events including the Indianapolis 500 and the Cincinnati and Keeneland (Lexington) Concours have been moved to later in the year or 2021. A poll of those already registered for TRA 2020 and TRA officers preferred moving TRA 2020 to 2021 rather than trying to find a time later this year with so many unknowns.
What does this mean? Well, we have reset the clock to 2021 and started again to define and confirm the venues we had for 2020 and plan for 2021. We have confirmed the host hotel, the Clarion Hotel Lexington, and the dates- June 14-18, 2021
We will continue to keep you informed via our mailing list,
our TRA 2021 Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/181566129267504/
and our TRA 2021 website https://www.miamivalleytriumphs.org/tra-2020 .
Miami Valley Triumphs is proud to be the host club for the 2020 national meet of the Triumph Register of America. Our host city is Lexington, Kentucky which offers many attractions but also easy access to the beautiful back roads of Kentucky
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Our Host City - Lexington, Kentucky
Lexington is know as the Horse Capital of the World and for the bourbon but there is so much more. While we include some as part of the events for TRA 2020, there just is not time for everything so come early or stay late and enjoy Lexington.
Staying on the Back Roads
Miami Valley Triumphs have been staying on the back roads since 1978 and so you can expect us to find some picturesque country roads for events or optional tours. Miles and miles of stone fencing line the country roads surrounding Lexington.