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Dec 27, 2013 - 1:42 PM - by wicked



Welcome to HondaGrom.net. The internet's largest Honda Grom Forum! HondaGrom.net is a community dedicated to the Honda Grom/Honda MSX125. Our goal is to be a friendly community comprised of Honda Grom owners and enthusiasts. We have many areas of interest on the site, including the full Honda Grom Forum, Grom Pictures and free photo galleries for all members. To take full advantage of the site, all you need to do is register - it's quick and free. Click here to register.

Some of the more popular areas of the site are linked below:

  • Grom Talk - Our Honda Grom general discussion area.
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The April 2015 Honda Grom of the Month contest winner is yallknowme!

Apr 29, 2015 - 3:26 PM - by wicked





The April 2015 Honda Grom of the Month contest winner is none other than yallknowme with this oh so sexy Grom! Congratulations!

Thanks to everyone who participated and submitted a photo and to all those who voted! We'll do this again in a couple of weeks so stay tuned!
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Honda Grom Raffle goes to Autism Speaks

Apr 23, 2015 - 2:54 PM - by NickJ


Garwood Custom Cycles (GCC) customized a Honda Grom for the Autism Speaks, Carolina Chapter, organization. The custom bike currently is being raffled off with 100% of the proceeds to benefit the organization.

The Grom is one of Honda's most popular motorcycles, and the crew at GCC created a show-stopping custom. It features a custom paint treatment from Team Neyon of GCC that integrates the baby-blue and artic-white colors with the Autism Speaks' logo as the central theme of the design.

Components and upgrades include a Brocks Alien Head exhaust, C&S Customs' 140 tire kit, one-off custom wheels, belly pan and custom seat.

"Our company founder, David Garwood, annually selects a charity to work with, and since he just adopted two twin boys, he decided to work with a children's charity," explained Steve Garwood, VP of Operations. "Autism is the second most prevalent neurodevelopmental disorder among children and has become a national epidemic."

Autism statistics from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) identify around 1 in 68 American children as on the autism spectrum-a ten-fold increase in prevalence in 40 years. Studies also show that autism is four to five times more common among boys than girls. An estimated 1 in 42 boys and 1 in 189 girls are diagnosed with autism in the United States.

Autism Speaks' Grom raffle tickets are $10 each or 3 for $25. Call 336-249-8289 to purchase 3 for $25.00, or log on to the Garwood site at Autism Speaks Honda Grom Raffle tickets from Custom Accessories. This bike is on display at Garwood Custom Cycles' showroom located at 441 Pine Top Road, Lexington, NC 27295.

The drawing will be held at Walk Now For Autism Speaks on October 17,2015, zMax Dragway, Concord, NC.

About Garwood Custom Cycles
Garwood Custom Cycles was started in 1995 by (CEO) David Garwood. The firm has mastered the ability to fuse cutting-edge styles with key-performance designs. The company builds innovative custom bikes based off import and domestic motorcycle platforms. Garwood is a leading custom motorcycle shop in the country attracting new riders and setting trends through their innovative styles and designs. Visit the company online at www.garwoodcustomcycles.com.
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The March 2015 Honda Grom of the Month Contest winner is arunto!

Mar 30, 2015 - 4:19 PM - by wicked






The March 2015 Honda Grom of the Month contest winner is none other than arunto with this great bike! Congratulations!

Thanks to everyone who participated and submitted an photo and to all those who voted! We'll do this again in a couple of weeks so stay tuned!
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Honda Bulldog Concept

Mar 25, 2015 - 2:53 PM - by NickJ

When it comes to motorcycles, Honda is best known for its stunning, top-tier sport bikes, winning dirt machines and cool classics. But lately, it’s been testing the waters with a spate of unusual citybikes, namely the Grom mininike-on-steroids and the cult-y Ruckus city scoots. Now, a big — or at least bigger — dog may join the fun.


Revealed at the Osaka Motorcycle Show, the Honda Bulldog concept bike is a 400cc city machine with an emphasis on storage, simplicity, and all-around riding capability. Low seat? Check. Knobbed tires on 15-inch wheels? Check. Side cases on the gas tank to hold your swag? Wait. What?


That’s right, the Bulldog mines the traditionally limited carrying capacity of a motorcycle (as if that really ever stopped anyone) by including two racks and some storage space built into the tank area. How much storage space remains a mystery, but we’ll admit that any is better than none.


The look of the Bulldog seems to be an outgrowth of the inside-out styling of the Ruckus line of scooters, particularly the defunct 250cc model. The Ruckus has a strong worldwide cult following, with the disco’d 250cc “Big Ruckus” models going for well over their original price if you can even find one.


The Bulldog looks a bit more traditional than its Rucky siblings, but still carries that industrial language forward with dual headlights, bold roll bars as stock, and essentially the same seating arrangement. And we dig the go-most-anywhere tires that are perfect for the urban jungle.


Disc brakes stop the wheels and the engine is liquid cooled, so feel free to abuse it in city traffic. A clutch lever is on the concept but there’s no reason Honda’s slick DCT auto tranny from the CTX line couldn’t drop right in.


A 400cc engine was likely chosen as it’s the maximum displacement for lower-tier licenses in Japan and other Asian countries, if the Bulldog ever sees the light of day and comes to the States, Honda should bump it to at least 500cc for us well-fed ‘Mericans and our 85mph Texas speed limits.


That’s a lot of ifs and wishes, of course, for a bike that may never get built. If it does, Honda should make sure you can put some foot-long sub sandwiches and soda cans in those tank pockets.




Sauce: Honda Bulldog Motorcycle Concept | Official Specs, Pictures | Digital Trends
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