Triumph Thruxton 900cc story
As the slogans for an uncountable number of books and movies go, every story has its beginning. If we had to pinpoint an starting line for the Tamarit Motorcycles adventures, no doubt that would be this one, the first makeover ever done by our crew on a Triumph Thruxton 900cc, crew that quite frankly was consisted by only an individual, Quique, being helped by some professionals from each branch to carry all the tasks required. Quique, founding member of Tamarit Motorcycles, came across the idea of a range of parts valid for many Triumph neoclassic models, while he was thinking about modifying the seat of his Thruxton. By thinking not were to buy a new seat but which seat would be the best to his motorcycle, he started developing the first part ever done by Tamarit, the Jarama seat.
As he could foresee all the whirlwind that would appear the upcoming years, he decided to not restrict the seat case only for his Triumph Thruxton 900cc, but providing it with a versatile design in order the fit in other Triumph bikes, just in case his friends wanted one seat like his as well.
Afterwards, a friend of Quique named Miguel Angel, eventually posted on his blog 8negro.es the finished version of the Jarama seat , and some people started to be interested by this product, which made Quique to be determined to develop more parts. After the seat arrived gradually parts like the oval shaped plate, the eliminator kit, the chain cover , the footrests, the Boludos exhausts and a short fender for the front, called to replace the enormous stock front fender on its modern classic motorcycles.