Quique Berna at Tamarit Motorcycles has again been busy, producing a new range of goodies to customise the Triumph Twin into something a little more exciting. This time Quique’s creative eye turned to the Flat Tracker, a style which has been under the radar for some years, but is growing in popularity. These new accessories fit nicely into Tamarit’s off-the-shelf range of parts, currently transmogrifying Triumphs into a Cafe Racers and Scramblers.
The bike featured is the ‘Superstar‘ – a build based on a 2010 Triumph Bonneville. You may notice that it has not been chopped or looped, but instead features Tamarits new Dirt Track fibreglass seat cowl, which when combined with the other products in the Dirt Track range, including their side and headlight number boards and the distinctive ‘Boca Negra‘ meaning Black Mouth Tracker pipes, do a great job transforming this Bonne into something a little special.
Other upgrades which are also available from the chaps at Tamarit include; Ohlins shocks, our old friend the XS650 style mini speedo, and dirk bike fork protectors which could make a nice change from fork gaiters.
Tire choice is always important, and sometimes imperative when trying to achieve a look, yes they can be impractical, or just plain silly, but many parts of customising motorcycles makes no real sense. On this occasion the Tracker has been fitted with a set of Mitas E-07 E07 Dakar Dual Sports tires on stock rims, re laced to stock hubs with stainless spokes.
Finishing this tricked out Bonneville off, is an equally trick paint scheme, of pearl white over candy apple red, with gold detailing, topped of with gold metal-flake Triumph tank badges and number board – which should all help get this ‘Superstar’ noticed.
If you want to find out more details of this showcase build then head straight over to the Tamarit Motorcycle web shop.