When it comes to engineering innovative, powerful and elegant looking motorcycles, there’s arguably no one that does it better than Bandit9 — a Saigon-based motorcycle imprint that’s helmed by Daryl Villanueva. Some of the brand’s striking creations so far include that of the L-Concept and the Odyssey, and now it has officially unveiled its latest offering: The Supermarine Motorcycle.
From a design-perspective, the Vietnam motorcycle entity fashioned the futuristic looking machine with a body that mimics the look of leaping Mobula Rays, and its frame is cooked up to mimic that of a coral reef. Some of the most striking features to point out here are the chassis which is formed with a 7075 aluminum build which is extremely lightweight and durable, cast aluminum alloy wheels and a custom LED display. There are two variations of the bike: the Stealth Class or the Carbon Class, the latter of which is the higher tiered rendition that features a 6-speed gearbox, titanium 2 in 2 exhausts and 3 ft-lb of torque.
You can find more information about the bike here, and note that all of Bandit9’s motorcycles are made to order.
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