2007 Triumph Husky By Tamarit Motorcycles

Mar 11, 2019

Category: Rides

The process of building a bespoke, one-off motorcycle is already a gigantic undertaking — even more so when the client and customizer have no way to communicate on a face-to-face basis. Regardless, Tamarit Motorcycles decided to move forward with this mindblowing Triumph Husky build — an off-road-oriented cycle that’s truly one of a kind.

The Triumph Husky is the 44th custom bike to come out of Tamarit’s shop, boasting a traditional “scrambler” style that’s a trademark of the bike’s original platform. After a single proposal by the team, the 865cc, Steve McQueen-inspired cycle came to life — boasting handmade aluminum front and rear fenders, a heightened Zard exhaust, and a black coated engine block. Chrome rims work in tandem with the bike’s knobby Continental TkC 80 tires, while a two-part seat, floating number plate and a beautifully adopted red, white, and steel colorway give the Husky all the character in the world.

Purchase: $7,800

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