It may be hard to imagine, but the base bike behind the aesthetic began as a 1967 Honda Supersport
Watchmaking maestro Max Busser continues to stretch the imagination of his fans through his latest M.A.D. Gallery Geneva exhibit, Saigon-based Bandit 9s’ EVE MK II — a different type of motorcycle combining futuristic design with functions that harken back to the early jet age.
It may be hard to imagine, but the base bike behind the aesthetic began as a 1967 Honda Supersport; it then was stripped and given a new look. Among its many impressive features is a combined tank, seat and rear cowl, which have been crafted into a single piece. This super sleek motorcycle was inspired by an origami shape, which was then constructed in steel. This stunning cycle is limited to only nine creations in production.
This roadster truly is a traffic stopper, and could be the perfect toy to load on the back of your superyacht.