Every time a project seems to be confirmed by our clients and lands on the Tamarit Office desk, a little expectation is created about how would be the new garage entry. “What bike does the client have?”, “Any style that he likes?” “What are his/her favourite colours?” are many of the usual questions that run around the office on the previous moments of the final confirmation that the project would definitely take place.
Jordi came to us by the end of the summer with the firm intention of joining the family of Tamarit by putting his name in our Wall Of Fame. He had a dream, joining the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride of Valencia riding a unique motorcycle built by Tamarit Motorcycles and, from our side, we would put all our efforts to make that dream come true.
There were many problems from the very beginning. Most important, delivery schedule, which would be barely a half than usually are these kind of projects. In addition, the fact that Jordi’s vision of the project was still somehow blurry since he wanted to apply on the motorcycle of his dreams a little bit of everything. He wanted an Scrambler concept bike at the beginning, but also wanted to install some Café Racer elements on the motorcycle, since he didn’t want to miss the chance of including something classic and elegant on it in conjunction with the aggressive Scrambler essence. Crossover bikes, that is, bikes that gather several elements from many trends or styles are usually risky projects at least, which that mixture results in a great somersault or in a bunch of unrelated parts hard to digest.