“Always bet on black” is the saying and the newly released black beauty from Bandit9 is an easy bet to be another hit from the iconic motorcycle shop out of China. The Nero MKII by Bandit9 ($CALL) started off as a Chang Jiang 750 and Bandit9 has taken it to the next level.
The Chang Jiang 750’s are known for having the longest production run of any vehicle. It was first produced as the BMW R71 (1938-1941) and then Russia took over and produced the bike as the M72 from 1942-1963, while China started its production of the bike in 1957.
Bandit9 has taken the bike and customized the gas tank, rear cowl, handlebars, forks, and foot pegs. It also features upgraded disk brakes, a curved dual exhaust, exposed suspension, HD Headlight, and LED brake lights. And of course the Bandit9 Matte Black Paint job on the majority of the MKII’s components. This is a limited edition run of 9 bikes. Contact Bandit9 for pricing and delivery options.