Tamarit Crew themselves turned up in Capital City lands in order to strike the deal and to pick up the Thruxton R on their way back to Alicante.
First and foremost is to remove that giant rear fender that includes the Thruxton R, changing dramatically the rear part of the bike, thanks to the tail tidy and the Mónaco Seat. This rear part is also equipped with the Tamarit Exhausts “Apolo”, made of stainless steel and aluminum. On this occasion, the catalyst had to be removed and replaced by our Off Road part, which will be available at our online shop very soon.
Other parts that achieve noticeably that aggressive look are the shortened front fender and obviously our belly pan for New Generation Triumph Modern Classics, whose results are just as the Sombra project, stunning. One more to join the fiberglass team was the official Triumph nose fairing, which would provide several options and ideas for design and painting.
Finally, we have to mention the side covers included on this project. Tamarit Motorcycles takes advantage of the release of their projects for developing and releasing new parts for their catalog. This time, the workshop team, who has been developing a set of side covers for the new generation for some time, included on the Thruxton a prototype of this covers, that looked awesome equipped on the “R”, giving the project an extra twist towards aggressiveness and will make tongues wap for sure.
Talking about the design and colour, it was decided that the engine and rims would be painted in satin black, and the tank and fiber in a chromed gray, but not a regular chromed mirrored effect but a bit blurry, as you can check on the pictures. A vintage styled picture, inspired by the racing cars from the 60’s, accompanied by red stripes that go along the bike from cowl to head.
We’re dying for coming back to Madrid with a completely different motorcycle than the one we brought and for watching Ramiro’s face when the time for unveiling his espectacular Thruxton 1200R comes.