TAMARIT MOTORCYCLE STALKER: THE BAD TRIUMPH
Based on a Triumph Thruxton 900, the Iberian Tamarit Motorcycle has created a special variant
This year the Spanish tuner company Tamarit Motorcycle, specialized in Triumph motorcycles, received the commission to modify a 2006 Thruxton 900.
The front and the rear section
Named Stalker, the bike represents the fiftieth model made by the Iberian society and has been lowered compared to the original version by fitting new Pantera shock absorbers.
The 900 bhp 900 twin-cylinder power unit has been updated with a new Speedster exhaust system and the air filter cover has been removed.
Other upgrades include Motogadget digital instrumentation, leather single-seater saddle, LED rear light, headlight protection grille, Little Bastard fender and new Victory Classic tires.
PROMOTIONAL VIDEO OF THE STALKER
A class work by Spanish technicians, but what do you think?
Thank you to Valentina Zanola for the cooperation