Tamarit Spanish Motorcycles opened just a couple of years ago in 2014, piggybacking on the North American and European trend of customizing classic motorcycles and styles. Their speciality falls in the development of cafe racers, scramblers, street tracker and brat styles. However, it wasn’t until February of this year (2016) that Tamarit opened its first brick and mortar location; a store where you’ll find their rides, a complete line of clothing, and a cafe bar. And what better way to celebrate this milestone for their business than with a customized 2004 Triumph Bonneville?
Dubbed the ‘Ronin,’ this little scrambler features a 865cc parallel twin engine, and took Tamarit about a month and a half to complete. It’s been updated for off-road rides with a pair of Öhlins shocks, Renthal handlebars, garnished with Biltwell camel grips, and Continental TKC 80s chunky tires that also function on regular pavement. The paint job was also completed in house, providing this Samurai warrior with the colors it needs to tear up the Spanish countryside. Additional features include a Scrambler seat, “Boca negra” pipes, Highsider black mirrors, black blinkers, crankcase cover and chain cover and a classic “Gran Bastard” front mudguard. All told, we’re quite impressed with this new Spanish outfit and can’t wait to see what other projects they have in store.
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