Moto Veloz’s story
The Tamarit Motorcycles designs, are originated by a unthinkable number of concepts and reasons. Sometimes is the desire of the client of having a motorbike painted on a certain colour or style, but sometimes is some outer reason the one to inspire some lines or aspects of the design or concept of the motorcycle to work with.
Moto Veloz , the fourth bike to be modified by the Tamarit crew, came inspired by an 80’s toy called the same way, which consisted in a replica (quite detailed to be a toy) of an acrobatic Harley and a simple ramp made of cardboard. This toy, inspired by the dirt track of the famous acrobat Evel Knievel, has become nowadays, as many other toys from that age, in a valuable collectible item.
For its projects, Tamarit Motorcycles strive most of the times to adapt the motorcycle and the style to create to the personality of the client in order to fulfill his desires and satisfaction. So that “each dog resembles to his master”, in Tamarit we think that every bike we create has a unique personality, matched with the client one, in a way that always before we begin with the makeover of a motorbike, we arrange a few chats with the client in order to know more things about him and to be more accurate on the design to apply. Rafa, current and happy owner of Moto Veloz, turned out to be an energetic and bold being, and that inspired Tamarit Motorcycles to create around his Triumph Bonneville something that could really stand out of the regular canon.