triumph bonneville t100 custom tamarit speedster


A custom motorcycle with a Triumph Bonneville T100 engine, designed and transformed by Tamarit Motorcycles.

triumph bonneville t100 custom tamarit speedster

Something different

Last spring two French gentlemen came to our offices, interested in our job and the projects we were working on. We really enjoyed that morning with Christophe and Gerard, talking and telling stories about our days of the past, always related to motorcycles.

Christophe, who was the one to inform us about a friend fairly interested in a project by Tamarit Motorcycles (that friend would turn out to be Alexandre, future owner of Belharra), told us as well that eventually he would be joining the Tamarit Motorcycles family as well. After a few months, a Bonneville Black carb appeared in our aftermarket network, Christophe didn’t hesitate and he said, “that’s the next motorcycle to be built by Tamarit”. And as the people from the country of these gentlemen would say: “Chapeau!”

Christophe came back to Tamarit Motorcycles HQ by the beginning of December, but he didn’t have the concept of his future Triumph bike quite clear since he already owned a Brat Style from another Spanish fellow builder so that concept was quickly discarded. Luckily, that cold evening was the day before a showroom party at Tamarit Motorcycles, where two of our finest creations would be released: RUBY and HIDALGO, definitely one of the greatest projects ever made so far.

The Tamarit Motorcycles team suggested Christophe something completely different from what we’ve released up to date, and certainly it would have nothing to do with what’s en vogue on the scene on that time: a flat track, whose concept could absorb many features from different styles already worked by Tamarit Motorcycles.

triumph bonneville t100 custom tamarit speedster
triumph bonneville t100 custom tamarit speedster

Flat Track Project

The results were undoubtedly brutal, clearly one of these projects that we could define as top, and it really clicked on us. Many times it’s true that in the end we build what our client wants and it’s not exactly what we would’ve made on the motorcycle if the team was to decide, but this time, both client and team were truly shocked with the final result.

When the Bonneville project got started, the first thing to do was try to reduce the motorcycle height as much as possible, therefore, the rear shock absorber was low down by 6 centimeters, so the front triple tree was cut another 6 centimeters. Another element to talk about is the tires, a Victory Classic that they’re already regulars at the Tamarit casting, big sized and bulky, with a bigger profile and section and the rims black painted, which would provide a killer look as well.

About the rear part, we opted for two separate seats, the pilot which was old school and a for the passenger a little module placed on the rear fender that we adapted to the bike, which had a remarkable leaning, as the old flat tracks. The frame was cut down as much as possible, until the edge was aligned with the rear hub and a new curve was made to close the frame at the rear part. On that curve, we adapted the rear led tailight and the rear turning lights were installed as well on the steel made rear fender.

triumph bonneville t100 custom tamarit speedster
triumph bonneville t100 custom tamarit speedster

No restrictions

Fortunately, the Bonneville motorcycle aimed to ride through our beloved neighbor country, therefore we could include several details such as set the number plate not on the middle but on the side, so the rear tyre was completely uncovered and shiny. About the two side covers, it was a pure inspiration matter and were designed and built in the meantime this project was being built. These covers would cover the twin K&N filters that the bike was equipped with, and two sixty-nine were featured as well.

The exhausts were handmade just for the project, because everything we put on the table wasn’t good enough for Christophe, and so be it, we made to measure the perfect exhausts for this motorcycle.

A Motogadget speedometer would be inserted on the headlight along the headlight grill. As said, considering that the bike was meant to ride in France, a yellow lightscreen was applied as well, a Biltwell Drac handlebar, switches and turning lights provided by Motogadget and the levers by Kustom Tech were the set of parts that completed the front of the motorcycle.

We still had to decide on a color and Christophe decided to keep the motorcycle unpainted. He didn’t want to paint the motorcycle and leave the pre-treated steel color after sanding the parts and the tank down several times and after that, few coats of varnish would be applied as well in order to avoid problems in the future. The result is just spectacular.

triumph bonneville t100 custom tamarit speedster
triumph bonneville t100 custom tamarit speedster
triumph bonneville t100 custom tamarit speedster
triumph bonneville t100 custom tamarit speedster


My Tamarit

The dedication we put into creating motorcycles is evident in the operations, techniques, and expertise we offer. Discover the privileges you can enjoy by joining the Tamarit community.

More than 140 motorcycles built

Tamarit Motorcycles has become the leading builder of motorcycles with Triumph engines in the world, being a referent in its sector.

This expansion has given rise to what is known as the Tamarit family, a group of fortunate people who already enjoy the motorcycle of their dreams and have become part of what Tamarit Motorcycles represents.

The goal is to identify what style you want and how you plan to use the bike. We want you to have, not only a beautiful motorcycle but one that also covers your day-to-day needs.

Styles and engines we work with

What styles do you do on Tamarit Motorcycles?

Cafe Racer: These bikes usually have a one-person seat, clip-on, and a more aggressive posture.

Brat Style: Comfortable for two people and higher and wider handlebar for a more comfortable posture.

Scrambler: These are the motorcycles everyone knows as “the bikes to ride in the countryside.”

Dirt track: An American concept, these bikes are the ones that race on oval tracks.

Premium: Hybrid concepts, bikes we cannot put in only one category.

Which Triumph models do you work with?

We work with the Modern Classics range of Triumph engines.

Triumph Bonneville 900, Triumph Bonneville T100, Triumph Bonneville T120, Triumph Thruxton 900, Triumph Thruxton 1200, Triumph Thruxton 1200 R, Triumph Thruxton 1200 RS, Triumph Scrambler 900, Triumph Scrambler 1200, Triumph Scrambler 1200 XC, Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE, Triumph Street Twin, Triumph Street Scrambler, Triumph Speed Twin, Triumph Bobber y Triumph Bobber Black.

Do I need to have a motorcycle?

A) If you already have a motorcycle (Triumph Modern Classics), we pick it up at your doorstep and bring it back once the transformation is finished.

B) If you do not have a motorcycle, we buy one in the origin country and bring it to our facilities to transform, open the engine and replace all the components.

Price, shipping and deadlines

What is the price of a Tamarit project?

The price of Tamarit motorcycles is calculated based on the parts included in the project and the hours of work required for each motorcycle. You can check the prices by filling out the quote form on our website.

How are the motorcycles shipped?

Motorcycles are picked up and shipped to your doorstep. We have a worldwide transport company and we can pick up or send a motorcycle to any part of the world.

How long does it take to complete a project?

On average, Tamarit motorcycles take between 90 and 180 days to complete, during this time the future owner of the motorcycle receives a weekly/biweekly report on the construction status of the project.

Tamarit projects warranty

Once you receive your Tamarit motorcycle at your doorstep, you will be able to enjoy it with no worries for a year.

Tamarit motorcycles are delivered with a one-year warranty for the transformation, during which time our team provides personalized support for all motorcycles.