At first glance, this bike appears to be another one of those futuristic concepts that are more suited for the 22nd century than the streets of today. But take a closer look, and the reality of the build sets in. Yes, that’s right. They’re painted in gold and chrome.
Known as the Eden, these bikes are the brainchildren of Philippine-born Daryl Villanueva, the creator of Bandit9 Motorcycles in Vietnam. And as an engineer and mechanic, Daryl focuses on building such after-market futuristic motorcycles for riders who share his vision. This bike, in particular, is built off a Honda SuperSport, hosting a 125cc engine that appears to seamlessly suspend itself absent the subframe. In fact, the entire unibody of the bike is made from handcrafted steel with a sculpted exhaust to that runs almost directly under the seat. It also features a titan headlight with gold trim, a black marble gas cap, arc swing arm, an LED brake light integrated right into the cognac-brown leather seat, and a dual shock rear suspension. And since we feel like this need to be stated again, the bike comes in either a fantastic champagne-gold or chrome plating. Interested? You better act fast because only 9 of these units will ever be produced. Prices are $11,900 for the gold and $10,950 for the chrome. [Purchase]
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