Bandit9 to Launch New Motorcycle Made of NASA's Space-Grade Aluminum This Year - A Unique and Innovative Design
It is even being worked on by Bandit9 to make the futuristic two-wheeler electric in the near future.
Adding one of Bandit9's motorized works of art to your collection might be a good idea at this point in time. There is a brand new science fiction-inspired motorcycle called the Eve Odyssey that was just unveiled by Daryl Villanueva's Saigon-based custom shop.
It is also worth mentioning that this model will actually be available to buy, unlike some of its past two-wheelers. It is expected that production of the bike will begin in limited quantities later this year, according to the company.
With the launch of its new motorcycle, the company is bringing its continuing Eve project one step closer to completion. There is no doubt that this is one of the most streamlined entries in the series so far.
The retro-futuristic flourishes of previous Eve models are no longer part of the design, due to the replacement of the monocoque structure that houses the bike's headlamp, steering controls, gas tank, and seat with a minimalist monocoque structure.
With an engine and mono shock mounted on one side of the swingarm, the bike has a telescopic front fork and a bespoke single-sided swingarm.
A lot of the components of the motorcycle are made from highly-strengthened aluminum, which is the same type of material NASA uses for its rockets, and each part of the motorcycle is made from this material, according to Rich Report.
Several of the bike's smaller parts, such as its handlebars, levers, and lights, have been customized to be more in line with its unique design, which is quite understandable considering the bike's big design. When all of these ingredients are combined, you end up with a motorcycle that looks like a silver bullet when you combine them all together.
The Eve Odyssey is powered by a single-cylinder engine that is 125 cc in size and is sourced from Honda. Since the air-cooled engine is on the smaller side, you will only be able to achieve a top speed of 68 mph as a result of the engine's small size. It appears that even though the bike appears to be fast, speed wasn't a priority during the design process-but efficiency seems to have taken precedence over speed.
There is a claim that Bandit9's motorcycle will be able to get 156 miles per gallon. Although we do not have any information on how big the tank is, we expect that you will be able to cover plenty of ground between fill-ups. It is also in the works to create a battery-powered version of the bike, although it is currently unclear if it will also go into production this year or if it will be released at some point in the future.
If all of this has piqued your interest, you'll want to reach out to Bandit9 now to put your name down for the Eve Odyssey before this event sells out. In spite of the fact that the company has not yet announced the number of units that will be built, it has stated that the quantities will be limited. If you order this bike before March 14, you will get a $4,000 discount. For those who place their order before March 14, the gas-powered bike will be available for $19,500.