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The history of motorcycle #58 cannot begin like the rest of its siblings and that is that the development of this project ran head-on with the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, we have to say that it’s the project which has taken the longest time to deliver to its owner, although we would have liked it not to be.
And we are sorry that it took so long, not for the joy of the owner, nor for collecting before, but because it would have meant that it would follow the normality of its predecessors and that the pandemic would not have taken so many lives.
Each motorcycle is one of a kind.
Triumph custom builds according to the client’s tastes.
But leaving aside this sad event, project #58 started at the beginning of the year when Rubén contacted the Tamarit team because he wanted to make some “small” changes to his motorcycle, we think to remember that he only wanted to change his tires. After several calls and tempted to do a complete project, since his motorcycle was modified but he was not really satisfied with the result, he fell under our influence.
Rubén’s Bonneville EFI went directly to be part of the projects which the Tamarit team calls as premium because of the modifications are inspired by different styles. Thanks to this, it has gained a place among other custom bikes such as Stalker or Speedster.
“We are delighted to highlight that it is our third project from Mallorca, we will soon have to build something on that wonderful island.”
It all started when in mid-January, Rubén entered through the door of our workshop to leave us his motorcycle. Unfortunately, this meeting was so brief that it hardly gave us time to get to know each other, he arrived at 3 pm and his flight left at 5 pm back to Mallorca. Fortunately, everything related to the design and colors of the bike was already clear.
Once we had the wonderful creature that would be used as the basis for the project in the workshop, we began with the aesthetic operation. The first thing would be to make a seat split in two, very similar to the version already seen in Speedster, with a Led light inserted in the chassis. Other elements that were included in this transformation were the handlebars, our “Ruby” covers, power filters, Motogadget indicators, short fenders of our creation and the “Speedster” exhausts. Obviously, those tires so desired by Rubén were also included.
“In addition, giving uniformity to the finish result, all the chrome was removed from their engine covers and they were painted black as well as the rims.”.
We are delighted with the result of the Triumph bike known as Supernova, although we would have liked that its delivery had been in April as planned, since that would have meant that what we are currently living with the Covid-19 pandemic would have been just a nightmare.
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