– B-E-A-UTIFUL CB500F StreetFighter & matching RidgeLine Truck Build by MAD Industries –
If you’ve been following my recent blog posts, you will have seen where I posted up this awesome CB500S Scrambler that was originally a CB500F but after Mad Industries and Lossa Engineering got a hold of it, it turned out to be a one-off custom bike for SEMA 2016. Well, Mad Industries has been rather busy this year in preparation for SEMA as they not only built that CB500 Scrambler but they also built this cool CB500F and RidgeLine truck too! I love the little details like how they tied the color of the CB500F into the grill and other misc pieces on the truck, it’s those fine details on builds that really set apart the pro’s in the business versus the others.
The MAD Industries Honda RidgeLine Black Edition has been paired with the Honda Powersports MAD Edition CB500F Naked Sport Bike for the weekend warrior who needs plenty of room for hauling gear. Both are painted in BASF R-M Waterborn System in Crystal Black Pearl and Candy Red, with exterior features including a lowered stance fitted with a set of 22×9.5 Niche Alpine wheels, custom painted in Gloss Black with Candy Red Details, while wrapped in Toyo Proxes ST / 11 Sport Truck all Season tires. The cockpit features Jet Black and Candy Red details along with a FOCAL Premium Flax Audio System Designed by the Source AV Design Group.
The CB500F, the smaller sibling of Honda’s flagship CB1000R naked sport bike, boasts excellent maneuverability, a comfortable riding position and a versatile engine with great performance across the rev range. PSR Custom CNC Billet Accessories are featured from front to rear, including Driven Carbon Fiber Meteor Bars and a Yoshimura R-77 Muffler in Carbon Fiber and Stainless Steel.
Want to check out that other black motorcycle pictured below? That is a CB500S Scrambler built from what was orignially a CB500F! You can find out more on the CB500S Scrambler by Clicking Here.
Want to check out Honda’s latest & greatest 2017 Rubicon Deluxe ATV like you see in the back of this Honda RidgeLine truck? Here’s a couple reviews you can check out: