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Introducing the newest addition to my stable, the 2014 Honda Grom125! I totally it! Subscribe to my channel ( ) to see what's next in store for this Grom.
20:17 Group Ride – Ninja 300's and Honda Grom's on Angeles Crest Highway by TheDeltaFoxtrotZulu .
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But none of these previous bikes I owned has plastered a bigger smile on my face then this little Honda Grom! First of all, the seat height is comparable to most sport bikes and was comfortable for someone with my body build (180 pounds) and height (5,8) to ride.
Honda does not post the horsepower of the Honda Grom on their Powersports site but I have searched the Internet and most sources agree that the air cooled single cylinder four stroke engine produces about 10 horsepower stock.
The first Monkey Bike was introduced at Tama Tech a Honda owned motor sports themed amusement park in Tokyo Japan.
The Honda Grom has been available in Asian markets, known as the MSX125, for several years but has just been made available in the United States market in 2013.
This little Honda Grom with it’s 125cc engine has given me as much if not more enjoyment than the other motorcycles I owned.
The Honda Grom is a 125cc single cylinder air cooled road legal motorcycle.
As mentioned, I have been riding on and off for about 15 years, my biggest motorcycle was a 1978 Honda Goldwing (1000cc) and my smallest was a 1998 Honda CBR600RR (600cc).
The Honda Grom sports 12 inch wheels with 120/70-12 tires on the front and 130/70-12 in the back.
Would I take the Honda Grom on the highway? Probably not, and it some states it might be illegal as they have enacted laws with minimum cc requirements.
I had my new Honda Grom delivered because our local Powerhouse Honda Motorsports Dealer was over 30 miles away in rural Middlefield Ohio.
@SusanDeppner: The Honda Grom is big enough so that a person of average height can ride it comfortably.
The first Monkey Bike to grace my homeland, the United States, was the Honda Z50A in 1968.
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The Honda Grom is a 124.9 cc (7.62 cu in) motorcycle made by Honda.
There are 2 Honda Groms with reported gas mileage parked at Fuelly.
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Honda Grom Specs MSRP $3,199 Engine Capacity 124.9cc Engine Type Air-cooled, SOHC, two-valve, Single Bore x Stroke 52.4mm x 57.9mm Compression 9.3:1 Fuel System EFI Transmission 4-speed Clutch Wet, multi-plate Final Drive Chain Frame Steel Front Suspension Telescopic, 31mm.
My first practice is clumsy, but now I’ve seen the course and I’m looking forward to scraping time off my second practice run.
It’s been a long time since I’ve tried to talk a motorcycle of any ilk into going fast.
That’s when I get the great idea to keep the bike in second gear the whole time.
The rules for the race are similar to those of a time-speed-distance rally, and the target time for the fast guys has been set by Pikes Peak champ Tigart.
We have many areas of interest on the site, including the full Honda Grom Forum, Grom Pictures and free photo galleries for all members.
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The same Yoshimura exhaust system deigned for AMA Pro Supercross and Motorcross competition is now available for the Honda Grom.
The uniquely sculpted Carbon Fiber end-caps feature a Tunable Insert System, able to fine-tune power delivery and decibel levels to rider specifications.
Featuring a compact steel frame, fuel-injected 124.9cc engine, inverted front fork and hydraulic disc brakes, the Grom offers big-bike controls and features in an easy-to-handle 225-pound package that’s great for new riders.
It’s an excellent fit for both new and experienced riders, but to Gen Y buyers in particular the Grom carries a bit of attitude while promising fun times: the compact frame size, low seat, inverted front fork and hydraulic disc brakes make this the real deal.
With a compact wheelbase of only 47.4 inches, a 29.7-inch seat height, low center of gravity and a modest curb weight of only 225 pounds, the Grom feels light and agile—qualities that rapidly build rider confidence and make it a fun ride wherever the road may beckon.
The 2014 Honda Grom is a hot commodity and comes with a full complement of standard equipment and features, required fluids and a full fuel tank, ready to ride with a base price of $3,199.
My test 2014 Honda Grom was done in Metallic Black with gold anodized front forks.
Honda traditionally refrains from publishing horsepower and torque ratings for their powersports equipment, due to so many variables inherent in measuring output, but the Grom has plenty of get up and go.
And, if just under 9 official horsepower is not enough to suit your fancy, there’re already parts available for souping up the Grom, including a non-street legal exhaust, but should you happen to be the abiding type, there’s also a slip-on exhaust that will up the ante a bit.
The 2014 Honda Grom is a hoot, delivering an enjoyable riding experience to novice and expert alike.
The Honda Grom rolls on 12-inch Vee Rubber brand donuts mounted on 5-“Y”-spoke, black-painted alloy wheels – 120/70-12 forward and 130/70-12 aft.
Bottom line, the Honda Grom is also perfect for aging riders who happen to be entering their second childhood, or for those who never really got out of their first.
Just like a top-of-the-line sportbike, the Grom features an inverted hydraulic fork front suspension for control and road feel.
The Grom features powerful (220mm front and 190mm rear) disc brakes for both front and rear stopping power.
Want to share the fun with a friend? No problem—the Grom makes it easy to bring a passenger along.
Practical and unique looking, the Grom’s combined projector-style headlight is a major styling element and also allows great visibility at night.
You get a plush ride, even over choppy pavement thanks to the Grom’s single hydraulic rear shock.
Practical: The Grom’s thrifty Honda® engine means you can run it on pocket change, and you can park it just about anywhere too.
Nobody can match Honda’s reputation for engines, and even though the Grom may be compact, it’s a giant in terms of performance and reliability.
At just 29.7 inches the Grom makes it easy to flat-foot it in parking lots or at stop lights.
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Photos by Jacob Black and Kanishka Sonnadara There is no vehicle on two wheels more fun than a Honda Grom.
Even the 31 mm inverted fork soaks up bumps with aplomb and the rear shock is compliant – I expected wild bump steer and histrionics over rough surfaces mid-corner but the Grom is more secure than you would ever imagine.
Honda even brought the Grom out for their Rock the Red Gymkhana competition.
There is no vehicle on two wheels more fun than a Honda Grom.

Honda’s new 2014 Grom is pretty much the definition of a scrappy little motorbike: It’s a small, slow, 125cc four-speed machine weighing about 225 lbs wet.
Honda’s 125cc Grom is small and slow, but perfect for urban riding.
Honda outfitted the Grom’s diminuitive frame with 12-inch wheels, a large, aggressive-looking headlamp and a sporty nakedness that beckons a rider to hop on and tear up the roads.
American Honda says it chose the name Grom because it means a young surfer and fit the lifestyle and intent of the bike.
The Grom is so small, cars have driven into the shoulder to pass me, even though I was moving at speed with traffic.

Single 220mm front disc and 190mm rear disc brakes provide stopping power, and seat height measures 29.7 inches—more than you’d expect considering its wispy 225 pound curb weight and tiny 12-inch wheels.
The Grom’s surprising list of amenities includes an all-digital instrument cluster and inverted forks, but how does this pint-sized bike perform for a normal sized rider in city traffic? Click “Next” to find out.

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