The latest two-wheeled creation from Bandit9 looks ready to call Major Tom and blast off into outer space. Reportedly made from space-grade aluminum, the Bandit9 EVE Odyssey combines an old-school mechanical drivetrain with a far-out custom design. The EVE Odyssey bodywork is shaped like a speeding comet, achieved by enclosing the bike’s lightning system, steering, gas tank, and seat into its polished, slipstream capsule on top of a box frame.
From certain angles, the EVE Odyssey looks like a piece of chrome trim fell off a 1958 Cadillac El Dorado and sprouted wheels. In addition to the stellar bodywork, the Bandit9 EVE Odyssey features custom handlebars, grips, headlights, brake lights, turn signals, and mirrors. It’s powered by a 125cc four-stroke air-cooled engine fueled by a Mikuni carburetor and managed by a four-speed manual transmission. Top speed is rated at 65 mph, and Bandit9 claims the bike can achieve an estimated range of 156 miles.
Nearly every component on this motorcycle is made out of aluminum, including the wheels. Braking is managed by front and rear discs. The suspension features a custom telescopic fork and a monoshock at the back. The saddle is available in either leather or Neoprene. Currently, Bandit9 is offering a discounted pre-order price for the EVE Odyssey, valid through the 14th of March. Another item of interest is a small note on Bandit9’s website stating that an electric variant is coming soon.
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