Bandit9 Limited-Edition Panther

Oct 16, 2015

Category: Rides

We can’t resist a blacked out bike, especially when it’s given a cool name. Thus is the case with the Bandit9 Panther, a limited-edition motorcycle so blissfully black that it looks like it belongs to Bruce Wayne.

The bike is based on a 2012 Triumph Bonneville T100, and it has been heavily modified from the stock version. It has custom tail and brake lights, aluminum hand guards, and a modified frame. The exhaust also saw some changes, with a new muffler replacing the stock muffler. Of course, everything is painted a solid black, giving it a delightfully dark look all-around. There are only 9 units manufactured, and it will run you $19,000. [Purchase]

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