Bandit9 creates a futuristic motorbike with space-grade aluminium

Made from a single piece of aerospace aluminum, the Eve Odyssey is an exercise in science fiction references applied to two-wheeler design.

If you build a motorbike from a single piece of the same space-grade aluminum that NASA employs on its spacecraft, it better look like it’s coming straight out of a sci-fi movie. Bandit9's new Eve Odyssey checks that box to perfection, thanks to a design that could be described as Alien meets 2001: A Space Odyssey. 
Over a decade of activity, Daryl Villanueva’s custom shop out of Ho Chi Minh City has developed many distinctive and unusual motorbike designs. Eve Odyssey seems to be their boldest yet: it takes the design of Bandit9’s Eve Lux and makes it even more minimalistic and sleek with the help of a unibody frame and subframe design, plus details like the neoprene or leather saddle and a digital LED display set into the aluminum frame.

Bandit9 has confirmed they’re working on an electric version of the Eve Odyssey. However, for now, the bike is powered by a 125cc engine that can reach speeds up to 65 mph (100 km/h). 
As for most of Bandit9’s two-wheelers, Eve Odyssey is a limited edition only meant for passionate collectors. Prices start at $15,500 plus shipping.

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