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MythBusters Puts the Service Honda 500AF to the Test

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    It’s not every day that you pick up the phone and on the other line is Jamie Hyneman of the blockbuster show MythBusters. You can bet we were stoked when he asked about our Service Honda 500AF 2-Stroke. We believe the 500AF is one of the fastest, lightest and most durable bikes on the market, and if there’s anyone willing to put it to the test, it’s the crew of MythBusters, a show dedicated to testing the enduring myths, odd ball claims, and incredulous stories that we all wonder about.

    If you’ve ever watched the show, then you know that explosions, crashes, and amazing stunts are more than just common – they’re the bread and butter for co-hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman.

    We were thrilled to hear what Jamie and his pals had in store for our Honda 500AF and to assist the MythBusters crew in pulling off the test safely. In the episode, which airs on Wednesday, June 5th, Jamie will attempt to ride (water ski!) across the surface of a lake on a Service Honda 500AF.

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    It made it 300+ ft across a lake. I bet it would of cleared it if it was running a paddle tire.
     

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