La Virgen’s story
By the middle of June, one of our clients but indeed, a friend, showed up at our headquarters to take the finest coffee of the area and to tell us a curious episode that he experienced resulting in a haunting doubt. Tamarit Crew are always open to a good chat and obviously to help a former customer, providing our point of view and past experience in order to help him by any chance.
Alfonso had been a client of Tamarit for quite a long time, in fact, he entered on that exclusive club whose members are honoured in our wall when he tasked us the seventh project of Tamarit Motorcycles, Alfa 88, a gorgeous white Triumph Bonneville Café Racer style, equipped with barely all the parts range available from Tamarit. During a pleasant afternoon riding his Bonneville, Alfonso and his girlfriend decided to stop by a coast bar in Torrevieja , one of those bars where you don’t know really in which country you suddenly are, since all the spoken spanish vanishes and you’re the only spaniard around. Once the snack was finished , much for Alfonso surprise, waiting at the parking lot, next to Alfa 88 were two russian gentlemen. Despite the initial nuisance, the russians, far from looking for trouble, just wanted to purchase the motorcycle right away, such is the power of persuasion of the Tamarit Motorcycles creations.
Alfonso initially declined the gentlemen’s proposal, just by answering politely that the motorcycle was not on sale, but this people were the “can’t say no” type, so one of them went for broke telling Alfonso to set a price and to call the phone number appearing on the business card he gave to him on that moment.