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Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by Dezzie, Jan 9, 2013.
It looks very sharp! Nicely done.
I got an e-mail today from a Honda dealer in Arizona (I am on their list because we bought face shields there). In that e-mail, they said they had a Grom "on display - not for sale"; but they are taking deposits on orders.
Sounds like Honda isn't geared up for the demand. I was in that shop earlier this month - they had a new Forza on the floor at that time, but had only gotten one Grom (sold before it arrived) in and didn't know when they'd have another.
Closest thing to Grom content I've had.
Keep trying Jim. It will happen for you too.
I don't think so... my wife wouldn't let me ride her PCX.
Now that's funny!!
The knobbiest tire I've found for the Grom.
The wife and I went to another rally today. It's called Rally de Los Muertos (http://rallydelosmuertos.com/). We decided to go on the long ride which took us to a local lake called Canyon Lake (about 50 miles away from San Antonio). I was sure I was going to be left behind but the Grom held its own and many people told me they were impressed by how quick it was (I was surprised too!). Sure, it's not the fastest uphill but I did just fine and we all had a blast. It was a very good group composed of several Vespa GTS Super, 2 PCX (including my wife's), a few Kymco scooters, several Hondas, 2 MP3s (one 250cc and one 500cc) and a very cool Vespa PX200 (2 stroke).
No pics, just really good memories.
Not mine, no interest in the sale but I figured someone here might be interested...
Honda Grom 125 2014 Accepting best offer - $3000 (asheville nc)
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</figure> <section id="postingbody"> ENGINE TYPE 124.9cc air-cooled, four-stroke Single
BORE x STROKE 52.4mm x 57.9mm
COMPRESSION RATIO 9.3:1
VALVE TRAIN SOHC; two valves per cylinder
INDUCTION PGM-FI with automatic enrichment
FINAL DRIVE Chain
FRONT 31mm inverted fork; 3.9 inches travel
REAR Single shock with steel box-section swingarm; 4.1 inches travel
FRONT Single 220mm disc with hydraulic dual-piston caliper
REAR Single 190mm disc with hydraulic single-piston caliper
WHEELBASE 47.4 in.
CLAIMED SEAT HEIGHT 30.1 in.
FUEL CAPACITY 1.45 gallons, including 0.38-gallon reserve
CURB WEIGHT 225 lb.
COLORS Pearl Red, Metallic Black
Call :804 307 7618 </section>
finally won my first race with the grom... it was nice to finally out accelerate something!
1971 Honda CT70, the grom's grand daddy
Great comparison picture!
That's impressive, especially since he's running a race pipe and everything.
balanced my front tire today chasing a 50mph+ vibration. hmm, how can i lift up the front to get the wheel off?
picked up some tires for my adventure bike, hmm, how to get them home?
went to starbucks and bullshitted with the HOG (Hugely Obese Grom) owners...
grom pegs fuggin suck, so i put on some psr pegs. much much betterer.
That is just plain funny.
You need neon yellow goggles now to match.
So, lets make this a tire thread. What tire do you suggest is best to wear a belly protectorate?
I know that Starbucks.
I got about 65 miles in on the Grom today. Going to rain tomorrow, but I hope to get some more mileage in on Friday and Saturday, hopefully some GoPro video too.
Michelin man turned black and hi viz yellow and went on a diet.
One rider on Fuelly is averaging 120 mpgUS on his Grom over 2,700 miles lifetime since September.
2700 miles? lol.
i have 175 miles on one and 4 on the other :huh
Get out there and ride OBD!
I'm pretty close or over 600 now, gotta do my oil change very soon.
I guess somebody let a KLR owner design some Grom accessories...