When I lived in a apartment in Sunnyvale Calif and I was on the first floor I use to bring my 87-YSR-50 into my apartment and it fit through my doors perfect.I had the same question. Living in an apartment, so garage is not an option.
I was wondering if the cover would act as a sail if the wind picks up and would knock the bike over. It is pretty light after all.
Don't drain the gas!!!! Unlined tank it will rust. Get a good fuel stabilizer or ride it every few weeks and top it off with some fresh fuel.I'm gonna buy a shed for my Grom. I don't want it in the rain or snow. I imagine I'll have to do some other maintenance for the cold like draining the gas out and a battery tender.
Yeah good tip, it would suck to have that fabric melt and stick to the metal parts. it'll be impossible to get off.the 65" universal BBQ cover from home depot ($9.95) fits perfect (stock bars/mirrors/tidy tail)
It is vinyl, so not heat/melt proof, so make sure your bike is cooled before use
Thanks for that tip. I remember reading that higher octane gas degrades after a while. So I figure, before I stash the bike away for the winter, i'll put in 93. I think some stations offer 94.Don't drain the gas!!!! Unlined tank it will rust. Get a good fuel stabilizer or ride it every few weeks and top it off with some fresh fuel.
I won't be needing one for mine since itll be kept inside the garage. But you can measure it up and search for something on ebay with similar dimensions.Do you plan to park your Grom in a garage or outside in the road? If outside....do you plan to use a cover...and if yes..what brand and size? It would be great if companies like Honda make custom designed "Grom" covers.