La Brisa’s story
By the beginning of 2017, one cold saturday from March in particular, two people on a motorcycle passed next to our shop in Elche (Alicante). We noticed that they were looking for something, and realising that they were riding two neoclassic Triumph we worked out that they were looking for Tamarit Motorcycles, and so it was. After a few minutes, two guys equipped with helmets and jackets entered our headquarters. Yolanda, the woman working on the shop on that moment, assisted them. After breakfast was served, questions about Triumph makeovers performed by Tamarit were asked. Also the possibility of working with one of the motorcycles was mentioned.
At the same time, people in charge of the custom projects were in the house , so they could hold a brief meeting to discuss what they were looking for their Triumph motorcycles.
One of them (Mariano), told us that he owned an splendid Triumph Scrambler 900 (with barely 2000 kilometers in 6 months) and he wanted to purchase some parts for his motorcycle. The very same morning we had parked on the shop 2 motorcycles and besides, a group of friends came to our shop with their Triumph motorcycles transformed by tamarit , being two of them the owners of “La virgen” (Triumph Bonneville) and “Dalua” (Thruxton). Luckily for Mariano, he was able to check 4 of the Tamarit jobs with his very own eyes. That morning no deal was clinched, but a budget for a hypothetical project with Tamarit was given.