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Photo by Adrián Dominguez.  http://www.adriandominguez.com



 Pablo de Valtoron




Por Alberto García Alix Pablo por Alberto García Alix                                                                                                                                    Carlos por Alberto García Alix

 Valtoron is formed by the Delgado Bros, Pablo & Carlos Delgado.

We grew up in an artistic environment as our father, the famous painter/sculptor/designer, Rafael Muyor, has always been deeply inmersed in the Arts & Crafts movement in Spain. We like to consider ourselves as traditional metal craftsmen, area we have practiced since 1995, year in which we started our own artistic & sculpture foundry.

In all these years we have acquired many skills, moving through all the various processes, from the early stages, like the design and modeling techniques with clay, to the more complex foundry executions and finishings.

Simultaneously to our metal endeavors, we have always been closely influenced and moved by the urge of vintage motorcycles.

This has been our secret passion since the first days we can remember, and we have had a great experience restoring, customizing and racing vintage motorcycles across the country.

The Concept.

The genesis of Valtoron resuscitates from the ashes of our mechanical passions, the need for speed and the sculptural beauty of the forms we have created with our hands for many years, until now only intended to stand as mere objects of contemplation.

We use all of our proficiencies in the metal world, to make our machines not only the fastest, but turn them into race-ready sculptures.

We look to synthesize adrenalin with the beauty and out of this explosive mix comes the Valtoron.

To make this happen, our aim is to fabricate ourselves all the necessary parts that conform a motorcycle, apart from its power plant.

A Valtoron Motorcycle is a truly one off a kind and will never be repeated. This methodology requires an extreme dedication, starting with the prototypes in clay to the development of all the necessary molds and tools intended to translate this original forms into the final aluminum foundries.

Forms that after a calm inspection, trained viewers will be able to unveil the soul hiding under every line like if in front of a living creature.

If you believe you can handle this, maybe you need a Valtoron.


Photo by Daniel Alea. http://www.danielalea.com/

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