Honda's Wide Range of Accessories for the CBR500R, CB500F and CB500X

    American Honda
    Dec 17, 2013

Honda has redefined the middleweight class with its lineup of the CBR500R, CB500F and CB500X. The CBR500R offers high levels of performance thanks to its thoroughly modern, torquey fuel-injected 500cc parallel-twin DOHC engine, wrapped in a light, nimble chassis, while the windscreen and fairing promote comfort on longer rides. The naked CB500F, on the other hand, offers the same level of performance albeit with different attitude and style, making it great for any kind of ride you have in mind. And for the adventure-minded, there’s the CB500X, which will inspire you to search out new roads and undiscovered destinations. All three motorcycles are packed with features, and are just as capable of fulfilling everyday tasks as they are at thrilling you when you’ve got some place—or no place—special to go.

But that’s not all. Honda has a wide range of accessories for each of these class-leading 500s so you can personalize them to perfection. Plus, you can have your dealer mount your selected accessories on your machine before you ever take it home, and also finance the whole works through Honda Financial Services.

No matter what accessories you choose, though, you can be assured they’ll add to your riding enjoyment all that much more.

For a complete listing of available accessories, please visit

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