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18:20  15 march  2019
18:20  15 march  2019 Source:   rideapart.com

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It's not flashy but that's kind of the idea.

When you want your bike customized by professionals, your first step is to find a shop whose aesthetic you love. Every builder has their own eye for art, and what is a custom motorcycle build but a mechanical, rolling piece of art? Otherwise, why would any of us bother?

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Tamarit Motorcycles in Elche, Spain, in the Alicante region, is a Triumph specialist shop with a portfolio of really gorgeous, understated builds. This latest one is named “Ruby” and she is a stunner.

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The Bonneville has long been the most classic of the classic Triumph motorcycles. In this case a stock 2008 was the starting point and the end point is this gorgeous brass-pointed thing.

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It may not seem too different from a stock Triumph at first glance, but look more closely: the frame and swingarm have been chromed. The rear chrome subframe and seats are entirely new. The stock gas tank received a bit of a dress-up in leather knee guards to match the new seats. The new, fabbed rear fender and license plate holder are far from stock, holding a little LED taillight.

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The side covers are modified quite heavily to accommodate new pod air filters after the stock airbox was yanked out from under the seat. The bike received a shorty aftermarket exhaust that looks loud just sitting still. The 2008 is a fuel injected model, one of the first to have the injectors hidden in housings cast to look like carburetors. Still, it was probably re-tuned for its new less restrictive air filters and exhaust pipes.

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It looks as though the forks have been shortened slightly; those fancy outer springs are probably stiffer and work with the existing fork internals so that the forks won’t reach the bump stops.

Custom Triumph Bonneville© RideApart.com Occital Ruby

The whole bike is chromed where it can be chromed, and brass fittings added where the accent looks best – the gas cap, spoke nipples, headlight trim, cable housings on the handlebars, and the paint trim.

Gorgeous and understated, eh? The builders ship worldwide. Just sayin’.

Source: Silodrome, Tamarit Motorcycles

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