A brat style bike designed and transformed by Tamarit Motorcycles.
Take the step of customizing a motorcycle is an important and very personal decision. It can be done for several reasons, but it almost always coincides with looking for a motorcycle that represents the personality of its proud owner. Specifically, this is the reason why those who follow us decide to create a Tamarit motorcycle that represents their needs and preferences. The motorcycles that leave our workshop have our commitment that they will be unique and that they reflect 100% the wishes of our customers.
And in relation to the above, we introduce the history of project number #63 that comes from León, Spain. In this case, the motorcycle that would serve as the basis for the transformation came to us with a clear objective, we had to make a motorcycle in which the comfort was much more remarkable, since it was the main problem that the owner had when riding the motorcycle. The client contacted us since he had his motorcycle stopped for 2 years because it was uncomfortable to use. So he put his Triumph in the hands of the Tamarit team and decided to become the owner of the project #63.
Each motorcycle is one of a kind.
Triumph custom builds according to the client’s tastes.
With the main objective of providing comfort to the bike, we started from the base of an injection Triumph Thruxton that would become the next member of the Tamarit garage. About the style, we could classify it within the Brat Style, although in our projects we tend to borrow from different styles in order to make a transformation as complete as possible.
“When we knew that the next motorcycle to enter the workshop would be an injection Thruxton, we did not hesitate to take the opportunity to introduced the new “Le Mans” seat on it.”.
When we knew that the next motorcycle to enter the workshop would be an injection Thruxton, we did not hesitate to take the opportunity to introduced the new “Le Mans” seat on it, this being one of the most important parts in this transformation and what we were most excited about been able to premiere. This part results in a super narrow seat that falls just above the chassis and is just long enough to fit.
Speaking of the rest of the pieces that are part of this project we find: the well-known Ruby covers, our eliminator kit, chain cover, sump guard, new tires, motogadget indicators, control unit, among others. The “Boludos” exhausts were also adapted and looking for maximum comfort, the handlebar was put straight and upwards, in this case we opted for a biltwell tracker handlebar.
This is one of those cases in which we have not even gotten to know the owner of the motorcycle in person, but we appreciate that he placed his complete trust in us and decided to undertake the customization of the motorcycle known as The Captain.
“The owner of the motorcycle “The Captain” is a fan of the Marvel saga and as the name of the motorcycle indicates, this project is a small tribute to the well-known Captain America.”
The details about the paint on the #63 bike are also worth of mention as we thought it would be a more sober job with more typical colors, but nothing could be further from the truth. The owner of the motorcycle “The Captain” is a fan of the Marvel saga and as the name of the motorcycle indicates, this project is a small tribute to the well-known Captain America. Without a doubt, a fun subject to work on and difficult to put into practice as we wanted it to be possible to recognize but without compromising the aesthetics of the bike.
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