bandit9 EVE motorcycle captured with konstantin kofta's fashion line bandit9 EVE motorcycle captured with konstantin kofta's fashion line
feb 03, 2015

bandit9 EVE motorcycle captured with konstantin kofta's fashion line

bandit9 EVE motorcycle captured with konstantin kofta’s fashion line
images courtesy of bandit9




initially launched in 2014, the bandit9 ‘EVE’ motorcycle is a custom-made model, boasting either a 90cc or 125 cc engine, that was developed upon the basis of a 1967 honda ‘SS’ bike. with a chrome-finished steel unibody which has bronze accents, the two-wheeler is stripped back to display its powerful mechanical parts such as the exposed suspension, and to further illustrate its sculptured form. these latest images captured by wing chan, showcases the beautiful ‘EVE’ product in a collaborative project with ukrainian fashion designer konstantin kofta, which, together, creates an almost sci-fi environment.

said to be ‘hard to describe… because there’s nothing out there like it’, kofta’s work showcases uniqueness




the integration of bandit9’s ‘EVE’ and konstantin’s geometric bag of elegance which is a part of his 2015 ‘inertia’ collection, not only reflects their shared individuality, but also references the vietnam-based customization company’s ventures outside of the motorcycle industry. the fresh collaboration envisions how they source their designs from other creative professions, such as; fashion, art, architecture, film and photography.



inertia’s geometric bag of elegance helps create a beautiful sci-fi-looking environment




the EVE has a chrome-finished steel unibody that is highlighted with bronze accents


the sculpted design leaves its raw mechanical parts exposed


the bike’s rear is fitted with quartz glass brake lights, a custom exhaust and a modified back set


it features a cattle skin leather seat

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