Dumbador is a small workshop based in San Sebastián, the Spanish city that sits on the Atlantic coastline of the Basque Country. And like a lot of the most interesting work these days, it’s from a part-time shop run by hobbyists who work full-time elsewhere during the day.
‘Boo’ is a Yamaha TW, and we’re fans of that platform. A recent quick spin on a friend’s TW125 revealed that the bike is far more fun than its diminutive size implies.
“This is our third build,” says Dumbador main man Perdinande Sancho. “It’s for my girlfriend Inma, and we chose the TW125 because she has a back problem and needed soft suspension. And the wide wheels and Dunlop K180 tires make it even softer and more fun.”
Perdinande got sketching—and he sure knows how to draw.…