After almost twenty bikes already transformed by the Tamarit Crew, many of them have been riding all around Spain and even some parts of Europe. Last year (2016) we received an invite from Revival Of The Machine magazine, to attend the very first revival party, held in Madrid. It was a truly acknowledgement to this humble company, being Revival of the Machine a magazine dedicated mainly to custom classic motorworks and its lifestyle.
The event took place in a old train station, with enough room to house the creations of more than 50 builders, which had to bring one or two motorcycles to show. Tamarit Motorcycles obviously accepted the invitation with enthusiasm and contributed by bringing two of our last creations, the motorcycles “La Virgen” and “Black Moustache”.
It was a great weekend indeed, the weather was great and we met a lot of builders and modern classics enthusiasts, a great plan to relax and enjoy.
Nevertheless, our rest and amusement would come to an end on the very best way because, during saturday evening, someone from the event Staff was looking for us around the place in order to talk about business. The person who was looking for us was Jose Maria, owner of a Triumph Bonneville T100 Carb, and he was interested in our previous works since a few months. Through blogs and social networks, he discovered our creations and fell in love with our designs on Triumph modern classics like his. Taking advantage of the fact that we were on Madrid that weekend, he went to the Revival Of The Machine party to have a talk with us and to task a new project on his bike. What a blessed weekend party then, where we got a makeover project from scratch just on the city still with no Tamarit Motorcycles riding through its streets.