Summer of 2017 was an arduous time for Tamarit Motorcycles. Many customers reached us to carry out the makeover of their Triumph motorcycles.
At the beginning of May, Juan contacted us, who was following us through social networks and loved our workshop results. Strong-minded, hard to convince and to adopt something that would differ of his concept of what a motorcycle should look like. Juan was infatuated by the Triumph makeovers performed so far and had a concrete idea to own a Triumph motorcycle totally different from what we have previously done.
After a few meetings with the client, we filtered Juan’s idea, but we had a quandary, until then we have only worked on Neoclassic Triumph motorcycles and through “Plug and Play” procedures, meaning only easy to set parts without soldering, cutting or drilling, something that could be undone in the future. Nevertheless, Juan wanted to cut the low-frame down, the back fender and several parts we don’t use or sell.