The Black Mustache Bike By Tamarit Spanish Motorcycles

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A black and silver beauty with a fiery heart, this motorcycle not only makes heads turn wherever it goes, but it also reminds that life looks and feels better on two wheels. Named “The Black Mustache”, the bike manages to look both stylish and ferocious at the same time. It ultimately displays the talent and design conscious approach of the team behind Tamarit Spanish Motorcycles. They succeed in transforming this 2004 Triumph Thruxton into something special and one-of-a-kind.

Getting the bike to look the way it does now might have been a lot of fun, but it wasn’t easy. “The hardest part has undoubtedly been the modification of the tail unit, which is unlike any other we’ve ever made. We had to insert two protruding ovals in stainless steel on the outside of the plastic molding to get the rear number plates looking like they were meant to be there,” explains the team.

At the rear, there’s a new stainless steel fender, perforated aluminum side covers, and two Öhlins shock absorbers. The redesigned front area now features a ¾ headlight, new Heidenau tires, and black rims. Other changes include two mirrors on the handlebar, a Hummer cover wrapping around the chassis, and a modified Jarama seat. The simple palette enhances the fierce look of the motorcycle, with black and steel complemented by silver and white accents. Images courtesy of Tamarit Spanish Motorcycles.

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