Let’s face it, the term ‘Made in China’ has quite a bad reputation. Most folks presume that as long as a product is stamped with a ‘Made in China’ label, it is most probably inferior to one that doesn’t. Well, the Bandit9 Nero MKII might just change their minds. First things first…just look at it. We have never seen anything like it. Beijing-based workshop, Bandit9, has built nine of these limited edition motorcycles – for of which, have already been sold.
The Nero MKII started out as a Chang Jiang 750 (which was formerly produced as a BMW R71 from 1938 to 1941). Bandit9 gave the bike a complete and awesomely radical overhaul. The gas tank, rear cowl, handlebars, forks, and foot pegs are all custom-made. The bike also has upgraded upgraded disk brakes, a curved dual exhaust, exposed suspension, HD Headlight, and LED brake lights.
In a nutshell, the Bandit9 Nero MKII is badassery on two wheels.