Bandit9 Project Odyssey

Dec 11, 2017

Category: Rides

Sleek, design-forward, and simply a piece to admire if nothing else, Bandit9’s newest release – The Odyssey – spares no expense and looks frankly like a modern work of art. Here, there’s no brawny engine, no mud-slinging or dirt tracking knobby tires. Instead, what we have is a stylish futuristic motorcycle built for the next century.

At the helm here is either a roaring 1400cc V-Twin or a silent duel drive electric engine, based on your power preferences of course. Whatever is chosen, however, is held within a stainless steel shell, Marzocchi forks, Beringer Aerotec Brakes, Italian calf leather, OLED systems, and a modern see-through display. Needless to say, The Odyssey is a head-turning ride without a doubt, inspired by aircraft and using Avionics to guide and manage the ride. Bandit9 is slated to produce a handful of these rides so be sure to drop them a line if interested.

Purchase: $44,000

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