NERO MKII by Bandit9

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The Beijing, China based team at Bandit9 popped onto our radar a few years back with the release of their Nero motorcycle, and since then the brand has continued to impress us with their custom motorcycle offerings. While the Nero had been our favorite to date, the newly commissioned Nero MKII definitely gives the original a run for its money.

What originally started as a Chang Jiang 750 has now been transformed into a matte black cruiser that is sure to catch attention wherever you go. Minimalistic is the name of the game with this custom beauty. Bandit9 has upgraded a slew of components including the custom gas tank, rear cowl, disc brakes, curved dual exhausts, handlebars, LED brake light, and a whole lot more, but kept the bike simple and clean when it comes to design aesthetics. As with the previous works of art from the Chinese brand, the Nero MKII will be limited to only 9 units, so you better act fast if you’re looking to scoop one of these bad boys up.

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