Based in Alicante on Spain’s southeastern Costa Blanca, Tamarit Motorcycles is a custom bike shop that specializes in modifying and transforming both modern and retro Triumph models. In addition to offering an enormous catalog of more than 150 bolt-on Triumph parts, the Spanish shop has also completed six dozen customs based on the Hinckley firm’s bikes, the latest of which is a 1,200cc Bonneville that’s been dubbed “Libertas.”
Built for an American client, the scrambled T120 was primarily inspired by 1960s era desert racers with a brown leather split camel-style seat, custom tank rack, a one-off headlight guard, a massive hole-punched skid plate, a braced set of bars, and a set of high-mount scrambler-style exhausts with honeycombed caps and a bespoke wire construction heat shield. Keeping in line with the ’60s scrambler theme, the Bonnie has been treated to a slew of custom-chromed parts and a nickel-plated chassis and subframe. Despite its decidedly retro appearance, the Libertas has been outfitted with a suite of high-end and high-tech elements from Motogadget, including the German brand’s Motoscope Pro display. m-Switch switchgear, and an RFID key-fob-unlocked M-Lock ignition. To learn more about the project you can check out the Tamarit Motorcycles website linked below.
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