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Many people will agree that the best things of the year happen during the summer, because it is a season that brings with it nice weather and even the vacation period for some. And that's how project #54 came to us.
With the good vibes that this season of the year brings, Javi came to our store to meet us during his vacation. He had been following us for a long time and decided to come to Tamarit's headquarters to tell us about some ideas he had.
Taking advantage of the fact that it was an in-person visit, we were talking about possible bikes and styles that could fit with the ideas he was telling us. Based on Javi's guidelines, we managed to determine that the style of project number #54 would be a Brat Style, thus betting on a more comfortable and urban bike.
In all projects there is always a base rule on which the rest of the ideas revolve and in this case, one of the conditions was that it had to be a motorcycle with a black engine. In this case, the ideal would have been to have a Bonneville T100 Black as a base to achieve the result in an easier way but this time it was the client who bought the bike, as he had it previously located. Project #54 started with a Bonneville T100 with a chrome engine, the opposite of the ideal for the transformation, but a true challenge that would become part of the Tamarit workshop with the name of The Boss.
As far as the color of the bike was concerned, we wanted to do something that followed the retro style of the main idea and we bet that it had no color as such. To achieve this we used a chrome 80, which is nothing but a paint that gives the motorcycle an aluminum look that few can distinguish that it is itself a paint and not the metal of the bike itself.
With the designs approved and the bike ready for the transformation, all the TMRT machinery began to roar again. Once in the workshop, the first thing that was done was to disassemble the engine to give the satin black finish, both the engine and their respective side covers. With this step the first requirement of the transformation was solved.
On the front of the bike, we also made some modifications such as changing the triple trees for our own creation ones in machined aluminum and next to the "Pantera" springs, all with a perfect satin black paint finish. The Boss handlebar could not be left behind, it is a 22mm handlebar equipped with the latest technology and top-of-the-line elements.
The most technological part of the modification of the handlebars was carried out by the German brand Motogadget, with the installation of the handlebar switches, the grips with turning signals and the mini speedometer with its famous Blu Engine Control Unit, which also has GPS and alarm. Other changes were also made, such as the installation of LSL handlebar risers and rear-view mirrors at the end.
Then, the subframe was cut to introduce the Tramontana kit, which consists of the rear of the subframe in the form of a 25mm tube, reflector, LED rear light, short fiber fender, license plate light bracket and polyurethane seat covered in leather.
In the case of The Boss, a small modification was made to this pack since the brake and position light with LED system was adapted so that it could be introduced inside the chassis. In addition, the rims and hubs were painted with electrostatic paint, much more durable than conventional paint. And in keeping with the retro trend, The Boss has been fitted with Victory tires to further accentuate this feature.
Looking to increase the power and performance of the engine, instead of the original side covers, we included the "Ruby" cover kit for old generation Triumph Bonneville that includes: K&N power filters, covers and a box made of metal that replaces the original battery box.
Another highlight is the incorporation of one of the latest creations of our workshop, the "Speedster" exhaust, which fits perfectly in the Brat Style esthetics that we wanted to achieve with The Boss. We also chose to implement other parts such as the "Hummer" sump guards, footrests, chaincovers and the "New Little Bastard" fender.
What started out as a simple vacation visit to our TMRT workshop ended up being a very promising project for our client Javi and for the whole Tamarit family. We hope that Javi enjoys and gets the most out of his unique bike both in his summer vacations and in his daily commuting.
More than 120 motorcycles built
Tamarit Motorcycles has become the leading builder of motorcycles with Triumph engines in the world, being a referent in its sector.
This expansion has given rise to what is known as the Tamarit family, a group of fortunate people who already enjoy the motorcycle of their dreams and have become part of what Tamarit Motorcycles represents.
The goal is to identify what style you want and how you plan to use the bike. We want you to have, not only a beautiful motorcycle but one that also covers your day-to-day needs.
Styles and engines we work with
What styles do you do on Tamarit Motorcycles?
Cafe Racer: These bikes usually have a one-person seat, clip-on, and a more aggressive posture.
Brat Style: Comfortable for two people and higher and wider handlebar for a more comfortable posture.
Scrambler: These are the motorcycles everyone knows as “the bikes to ride in the countryside.”
Dirt track: An American concept, these bikes are the ones that race on oval tracks.
Premium: Hybrid concepts, bikes we cannot put in only one category.
Which Triumph models do you work with?
We work with the Modern Classics range of Triumph engines.
Triumph Bonneville 900, Triumph Bonneville T100, Triumph Bonneville T120, Triumph Thruxton 900, Triumph Thruxton 1200, Triumph Thruxton 1200 R, Triumph Thruxton 1200 RS, Triumph Scrambler 900, Triumph Scrambler 1200, Triumph Scrambler 1200 XC, Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE, Triumph Street Twin, Triumph Street Scrambler, Triumph Speed Twin, Triumph Bobber y Triumph Bobber Black.
Do I need to have a motorcycle?
A) If you already have a motorcycle (Triumph Modern Classics), we pick it up at your doorstep and bring it back once the transformation is finished.
B) If you do not have a motorcycle, we buy one in the origin country and bring it to our facilities to transform, open the engine and replace all the components.
Price, shipping and deadlines
What is the price of a Tamarit project?
The price of Tamarit motorcycles is calculated based on the parts included in the project and the hours of work required for each motorcycle. You can check the prices by filling out the quote form on our website.
How are the motorcycles shipped?
Motorcycles are picked up and shipped to your doorstep. We have a worldwide transport company and we can pick up or send a motorcycle to any part of the world.
How long does it take to complete a project?
On average, Tamarit motorcycles take between 90 and 180 days to complete, during this time the future owner of the motorcycle receives a weekly/biweekly report on the construction status of the project.
Tamarit projects warranty
Once you receive your Tamarit motorcycle at your doorstep, you will be able to enjoy it with no worries for a year.
Tamarit motorcycles are delivered with a one-year warranty for the transformation, during which time our team provides personalized support for all motorcycles.
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