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tiny bike needs tiny creek. I did the same creek on the sv a couple years ago, but this time with a lot less water. still got my feet wet though. Grom did fine, though a bit more power would have been good...

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmgpxYXXcC8]grom creek crossing - YouTube[/ame]

oh and the creek on an sv
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n-1upzi-lf8]river water crossing on a sportbike - YouTube[/ame]
 

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Not exactly what I imagine doing with the Grom, but it still looks like some fun. I'd rather not get all wet and still have to drive the Grom back home.

Moisture + wind = cold
i *had* waterproof boots i'd use for such shennanigans. key word had. the sportbike boots and leathers are not waterproof :(

cold + moisture + wind = really cold
 

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if the Groms tank wasn't so tiny it could make a cool little adventure bike, nothing to serious but im sure it could handle mild trail riding...
Bring a gallon can on the passenger seat :D but it would need longer legs definitely


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