As the proverb says, “You reap what you sow”. That’s what happened to the Tamarit Spanish Motorcycles Crew when on May the 20th of 2017, held the public introduction of the finished project known as Superstar, a makeover performed on a Triumph Bonneville.
That day, in the middle of all the tumult and uproar of a Tamarit’s Presentation, Javier, who was following us through social networks for quite a long time, introduced himself. He decided to come here all the way down from Barcelona to say hello, to visit our humble place and to tell us that the next motorcycle that would be introduced in our headquarters would be his.
Javier, as a client, had a very clear idea of what he wanted. Despite being a huge fan of our works, he wanted something comfortable and urban, a motorbike for everyday, seat for two and restrained as much as possible.
That’s where the challenge started for us, up to date our Triumph makeovers had a close cut pattern; Café Racer, Dirt Track and Scrambler. Our motorbikes were almost pure, with a noticeable image and style, but none of them had the profile our client wanted.
During this new project that Javier ordered us, there were two parts that were developed from scratch. This parts have been produced and sold in our shop since then. These parts were the Tarifa seat and the metallic springs to be set between upper and lower crown, both parts very beautiful for our beloved Triumph motorcycles.