Bandit9 Limited Edition Ava Motorcycle

Dec 10, 2015

Category: Rides

Making unique motorcycles that stand out with so many custom shops out there can be hard to do, unless you’re Bandit9, the chop shop that has created this gloriously designed chromed-out motorbike out of a 125cc Honda Supersport.

She’s named Ava (although The Silver Bullet would have been a more appropriate name), and she features a handcrafted steel unibody made entirely of polished metal. It contains a small engine and a tiny exhaust that helps to keep the weight down, allowing riders to easily control and maneuver it. Aside from the black leather seats and black handles, it’s entirely chromatic. It’s a sleeked back, slimmed down, minimalist bike that will certainly turn some heads. There are only nine units made, and the ultra-limited edition bike will run for $10,950 with free international shipping. [Purchase]

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