Congrats, love riding both of my 2014 groms from stock to BBK kits. Lots of changes over the years from when I got my first grom Jan 2014 and picked up my second grom June 2014.
ride safe from the Macomber clan of Hawaii, my great great grand-father came from Scotland and sailed to the New world than to Hawaii. Luther Macomber is my great great great grand father. Inter-marriage changed our last names but we still have the Macomber DNA. I think the family came from Perth and Kinross. According to history our family lines come from the Gaelic MacComaidh, which turned to MacThomaidh or MacThom
Salt on the roads, cold weather, not inclined to take out my other bikes, perhaps a Grom is the answer?
May pick up dealer new 2019 model next week for $2600 ( plus fees $3400 out the door ).
Watched the below video for some consolidated great ideas on some mods:
Hello my name is Alex and I'm 20. I'm just starting out on my own and about to get a new apartment soon. I recently discovered groms and since I already like motorcycles, Suzuki and Harley-Davidson's being my favorites, I figured I would look into it. I have already watched tons of videos about...
I can't find a used Grom, and in my area not being able to find something used is rare. So that means everyone that has a Grom hangs onto theirs. Which means they are probably really fun. They look really fun from the videos. Are they as fun as everyone seems to say they are?
What’s up everyone! Mike from NJ here! New to the site but not to forums. Currently have a 2018 Grom. Probably have as much invested in the bike at this point as I paid for it! Looking forward to checking out everyone’s work, meeting new peeps and making this thing faster!
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Just wanted to say hello and introduce myself. I'm from LA (San Fernando Valley area) and I've owned my Grom for over 2 months now. I thought this would be a great spot to get a few ideas on tricking out my Grom and meeting other Grom riders.
I'm riding my Grom out on the...