Every man, deep in his high-octane heart, has seen a motorcycle sitting curbside — aggressively curved chassis, gleaming steel bowels — and been intrigued by the pantherian sex appeal of it all.
But you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.
Have a look at the two-wheeled whips dreamed up by Bandit9, a wildly innovative custom bike garage now taking orders.
Based in Singapore and Saigon, B9 (motto: “We’re pirates, not sailors”) builds high-concept, muscular bikes.
Very well-designed. Like kinetic sculptures on the road.
Two models currently for pre-sale:
EVE, a chrome unibody based off the classic 1967 Honda Super Sport ... but aesthetically veering in the direction of Tron.
Each concept bike is extremely small batch (there are only nine MKIIs, for example).
But, good news: for those who don’t want in, limited edition prints of the bikes are now available for your wall.
Call it a motor-vational poster.