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2014 Honda Grom 125 First Ride Photo Gallery
Whether you’re looking to get into motorcycling or just looking for an inexpensive way to get around town the Honda Grom fits the bill.
Honda puts the power back into the peoples right hand with its affordable new $2999 Grom. Learn more in the
2014 Honda Grom 125 First Ride
The Grom has a super low 30.1 in. seat height. It can also carry a small passenger however it will be a tight squeeze.
The Grom sports hydraulic disc brakes front and rear just like its CBR line of sportbikes.
The Tawian-made Grom uses a simple yet effective air-cooled 125cc four-stroke Single cylinder engine with fuel injection and electric start.
Despite its small-ish dimensions the Grom doesn’t feel outrageously tiny behind the handlebar.
The Grom is plenty comfortable for riding around town even for this six-foot tall rider.
Considering its 225 pound curb weight it isn’t a surprise that the Grom is about as agile as a motorcycle gets.
We loved the wide footprint of the Grom’s road tires that roll on 12-inch cast aluminum wheels.
The King of Supercross, Jeremy McGrath looks smooth as usual on Honda’s Grom.
American Honda’s Product Planner and AMA road racer Jeffrey Tigert shows us his leg swag during the Grom Grand Prix.
East Coast 250 Supercross champ, Justin Barcia shows that his skills on the dirt transfer just fine to pavement.
Trey Canard was fast and smooth on the Grom—and judging by the grin beneath his Fly helmet he had a good time as well.
Dirt Rider’s Adam Booth, LAPD Police Chief Charlie Beck, and Jeremy McGrath managed to beat out the other teams winning the Grom Grand Prix.
X Games gold medalist, pro BMX rider and road racing enthusiast Jamie Bestwick also competed (center) as did AMA Daytona SportBike racer Benny Solis (right)
In spirit of the $2999 Grom Honda made these special lunch boxes in celebration of the freedom and carefree riding experience at the heart of the Grom.
Factory Honda Supercross and motocross racers Trey Canard (left) and Justin Barcia (right) traded their CRF450R racers for the 125cc-powered Grom. Both guys had an absolute blast on the smaller bike.
The Grom is available in two colorways for 2014 at a cost of $2999 plus $310 destination charge.
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