Pegaso is one of those motorcycles whose story is one of a kind, leaving a print on every work collective. Frequently commented during easy-going chats of the Tamarit crew, is remembered as a curious but crazy anecdote.
By the time this story takes place, Tamarit Motorcycle had already modified a few Triumph modern classic motorcycles, which were serving as a wonderful publicity, around blogs and websites specialized on Triumph Modern Classics, or just by riding through the streets by its proud owners. Taking into account their singularity and exclusive aspects, as the spanish saying goes, it sells by itself.
In the middle of all this publicity, a guy named Paul comes up, who originally hailing from Marseille, was doing an academic internship on a private university from Elche. Paul was a modern classic motorcycles enthusiast, because they would take him to his childhood, when his grandfather used to carry him from the city to the vacation house on the countryside in an old and shabby 1966 Triumph Tiger 100.