Bishop Honda SuperSport by Bandit9

Mar 19, 2015

Category: Rides

After looking into the company, it’s apparent Bandit9 goes to great lengths to ignore the classic motorcycle categories. Instead, the Beijing-based builder aims to achieve their own level of Zen, and it looks like they got it with the Bishop, a custom creation based on a Honda SuperSport.

With a high-grade steel unibody and unique wood burl side panels, the Bishop immediately impresses us as an offbeat beauty. It features a 125cc engine, custom muffler, sand-casted swingarm, custom aluminum indicators, custom brakelight, custom fork/suspension, charcoal grey suede seat, and a big cool gas cap on top. Only 9 of these gems are being produced so if you’re looking for that “state of enlightenment” as Bandit9 puts it, you’ll have to act fast.

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