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Stunning Bandit9 Concept motorbike

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The Terminator. Hilts. Those biker mice from Mars. None of them qualify as cool enough to ride Bandit9's latest concept bike.

Named the Eve Concept, this is minimal perfection from the Chinese custom bike manufacturer. Based on a 1967 Honda SS, every available inch of metal (and there aren't many of them) can be finished in all-reflecting chrome or bronze. Both the exhaust and far-flung handle bars are custom made, while the amazing unibody features a stealthy cattle hide seat.

Available in either 90cc or 125cc, the Eve will only appeal to those riders comfortable in adopting a low-flying position. Those brave enough can preorder from the Bandit9 website.

(Images: Bandit9)

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