“At Tamarit we always say that we won’t make the same bike twice. We strive to respect the exclusivity commitment we have with our customers. However, when a customer indicates they like one of our previous builds it helps us to know which aesthetic direction they want for their bike,” said Tamarit head of marketing Raquel Morales.
“One of the main components to highlight with on this custom Thruxton 900 is the split seat,” Tamarit said. Their goal with the seat was to replace the Thruxton’s plastic cowl and long seat with a vintage-looking saddle. The front section of the setup hovers over the seat pan like the sprung saddle seen of a Triumph Bobber. The rear pad is mounted directly to the fender, providing barely enough space for your average derriere.