The X-9 Nighthawk from BME is a singlespeed, belt-driven stealth bomber.
The first fully assembled frame was first presented at Berliner Fahrradshau in Berlin in March 2012, and needless to say, upon design alone, it has turned some heads.
It’s constructed using a new, experimental frame made out of sandwiched honeycomb-core panels wrapped with carbon fiber skins. The handlebars and stem are pure carbon fiber, and the carbon fork was shaped to match the frame design.
Even without knowing how the ride rides, we’re tipping our hat… because this design is officially breaking the mold. The edges are edgy.
Check out the bike in detail at BME.