2015 Honda Grom
In the words of Ultimate Motorcycling:
Hooligans united when Honda released its street-legal Grom for 2014. The tiny street bike with its SOHV two-valve 125 created an immediate need to jump curbs, do stoppies, and simply have fun.
The 2014 Honda Grom quickly developed its own following and became a platform for many custom builds. And this tiny plaything returns in 2015 as a carryover…
Said Lee Edmunds, Manager of Motorcycle Marketing Communications at American Honda. “It has been exciting to see customers not only embrace this model, but make it their own
Grom, which is urban slang for a young surfer or snowboarder, targets the beginner rider, but also the experienced rider looking for something fun (think street-legal pit bike!).
The Honda Grom oozes with simplicity, arriving with a fuel-injected 124.9cc single-cylinder engine hooked to a four-speed manual transmission. The Grom’s frame is compact, featuring a low, a 29.7-inch seat height. The Grom is further simplified with 12-inch wheels, an inverted from fork and hydraulic disc brakes (single front and rear).
By far one of the smallest street legal sport motorcycles available from Honda, weighing in at a slender 225 lbs. dry, the Grom also has a passenger seat fit for an Italian supermodel.”
The bike offered here has covered a mere 99 miles and is just about as perfectly new in every respect as you would expect. Unmolested and excellent throughout, the bike is mechanically as good as it looks. A new Grom at a discount…? And worth it for all the fun? Sure.