MB&F created the M.A.D.Gallery (Mechanical Art Devices) to showcase machines designed with the same extra ordinary appearance as their timepieces but in pretty different areas. Bandit9 created a new, very unconventional motorcycle exclusively for the M.A.D.Gallery.
Just like their past designs, EVE MK II combines art and technology in a unique way that makes it unlike any other motorcycle but absolutely in line with the Bandit Chief’s vision of ignoring the past to make leaps forward. EVE MK II is actually based on a 1967 Honda Supersport, but you’d be hard-pressed to figure that out just looking at the shiny chrome finish, the bullet shape of the unibody tank or the exposed suspension.
Aside from being visually pleasing, the EVE MK II sports a 125 cc, air-cooled engine with a 4 L fuel capacity, 6.5 HP at 7000 rpm, and can reach a top speed of 110 km/hr. All of this wrapped into one imaginative motorcycle shows that the EVE MK II is mechanical origami in its finest form.
This cafe racer from the future is limited to 9 units and currently on display at the M.A.D.Gallery in Geneva.