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Silenzio Bruna Is a Glittery Triumph Bonneville Flat Tracker You Simply Cannot Miss

As far as custom Triumphs are concerned, no one does a better job than Tamarit Motorcycles of Elche, Spain. Their builds – old and new – are regularly featured here on autoevolution, and they honestly never fail to impress or keep things fresh. Styled as a swanky flat tracker in 2022, Silenzio Bruna is Tamarit’s 105th project and most certainly one of their coolest.
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It started out as a carbureted Bonneville T100 from Triumph’s lineup, but items like the stock bodywork, wheels, and frame are nowhere to be seen. Tamarit fabricated an all-new custom skeleton from the ground up, subsequently wrapping it in chrome for a lustrous appearance. Atop the handmade framework lies a monocoque structure, which merges the fuel tank, tail, and side covers into a single unit.

The tracker vibes reign supreme here, and a hydraulic mechanism allows for this part to be lifted at the push of a button – no bolts or screws to worry about. One may find LED lighting and an Alcantara seat finishing off the southernmost portion of the attire, while the motorcycle’s front end carries bespoke fork guards and a flat track-style number plate.

An integrated LED lighting strip acts as the headlamp, but there is also an additional fog light installed a bit lower down. Tamarit’s artisans made a huge splash on unsprung territory, as well, fitting a gorgeous set of forged alloy wheels enveloped in brass plating. Aftermarket brake discs from Beringer were attached to the hoops at both ends, and the rims gained some premium flat track rubber.

There are a few tasty accessories surrounding the rear wheel, namely a swingarm-mounted license plate bracket, a gold drive chain, and an aluminum chain guard with Tamarit branding. CNC-machined foot pegs have been added a bit further ahead, along with an off-the-shelf skid plate from the shop’s proprietary aftermarket catalog. The Bonneville’s updated cockpit is quite a charm, too, featuring a replacement handlebar, glittery blue grips, and chrome galore.

Furthermore, Motogadget supplied a tiny digital speedometer and bar-end turn signals, all hooked up to a custom-made wiring harness. On the right flank, the side panel was shaped in a way that would accommodate some high-mounted exhaust pipework. The plumbing runs a two-into-one configuration, and it’s been put together in-house using stainless-steel. An accompanying heat shield prevents things from getting too toasty near the rider’s thigh.

On the other hand, the T100’s parallel-twin inhales through a pair of high-grade air filters from an unspecified brand. Everything we’ve discussed so far is cool and all, but what really makes Silenzio Bruna pop is the intricate livery. It uses a blue metal flake finish, white highlights, and gold leaf detailing on the bodywork, while brass and chrome are the name of the game on most other parts.
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About the author: Silvian Secara
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A bit of an artist himself, Silvian sees two- and four-wheeled machines as a form of art, especially restomods and custom rides. Oh, and if you come across a cafe racer article on our website, it’s most likely his doing.
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