EVE Concept By Bandit9 Motorcycles

Mar 3, 2014

Category: Rides, Showcase

If the Silver Surfer (and where’s his movie anyway?) misplaced his surfboard, the EVE Concept would make a good backup. Starting with a 1967 Honda SS (the first Japanese bike ever imported to Vietnam), the steel scientists at Beijing-based custom motorcycle design shop Bandit9 have created this beautifully minimalist bike.

Available in 90cc and 125cc iterations, the high-class touches abound here, with the chrome unibody, custom exhaust, custom handlebars, exposed suspensions, cattle skin leather seat and chrome/bronze finishes. More details on this one are coming soon, but we do know that the EVE Concept will cost you $4,600, and you can pre-order with a good old fashioned email to the folks at Bandit9.

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