When Honda decided to expand the already incredibly popular and storied line of Cub and Super Cub motorbikes with the Honda CT125 Hunter Cub, we knew the bike would be a jumping off point for plenty of great aftermarket upgrades. Enter the K-Speed Honda CT125 “Combat” Hunter Cub you see here. On the surface, it’s effectively a scrambler version of the C125 Super Cub, but that 125cc air-cooled four stroke with both electric and kick-start ignitions with four-speed gearbox, 17″ wheels and disc brakes is far from usual after all the K-Speed upgrades. Designed, built and finished in only 10 days, the K-Speed upgrades include everything from the new paintjob to a sump guard, rear rack (with storage box), elevated suspension, custom-built swing arm, new shocks, classy leather seat upgrades, new LED taillights and turn signals, and the list goes on, and on, and on. There’s almost nothing about this bike that is stock–and that includes the exhaust that is styled after a gatling gun and can be rotated as you see fit.