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So far my list is...

- Helmet
- Gloves
- Jacket

Not sure if I should get a cockpit visor, would you guys recommend it?

New to riding so im still looking into the must have's for first riders, tyga might be my go to accessories shop since they've already been quite helpful here. Thanks for posting those links
 

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The visor doesn't look too bad. Though it would be more for style than actual use. The luggage rack would be pretty useful.
 

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The visor doesn't look too bad. Though it would be more for style than actual use. The luggage rack would be pretty useful.
seen that rack too, it's a nice little add on and it doesn't cost that much. Even if you don't have any luggage to carry around it would make for a great gopro camera mount :D

 

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Considering that the MSX125/Grom is not the most suitable for free way speeds the cock pit visor is mainly just for looks rather than function. If you want to add a more aggressive look it would help a bit.
 

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I think the visor screen for the Grom would help divert some of the air when going faster. I would get it regardless since it's not that much. There are just so many things you can add to this small bike it's unbelievable.
 

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seen that rack too, it's a nice little add on and it doesn't cost that much. Even if you don't have any luggage to carry around it would make for a great gopro camera mount :D

That rack could be used for a lot of things. Since the MSX125/Grom won't have much compartments or space to utilize for carrying items I think this rack would solve that problem.
 

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A few bungee cord would do a whole lot. At least we know now that if we ever have to commute with the Grom this is an alternative we can look at besides a backpack.
 

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No saddle bag accessories for the Grom? I would think that would be a standard accessory for any bike. Is the Grom too small for it?
 

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the saddle bags are the only thing that haven't seen for the MSX125 / Grom yet. Maybe people are not interested saddle bags for this type of bike. But I am sure they will turn up soon or maybe no body is looking for them.
 

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A few bungee cord would do a whole lot. At least we know now that if we ever have to commute with the Grom this is an alternative we can look at besides a backpack.
bungee cords can make anything work if you put your mind to it :D

No saddle bag accessories for the Grom? I would think that would be a standard accessory for any bike. Is the Grom too small for it?
The Grom might be a little too small the tail isn't even that long. Considering what type of duties the Grom serves it might not be a popular accessory.
 

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No saddle bag accessories for the Grom? I would think that would be a standard accessory for any bike. Is the Grom too small for it?
I would just get a motorcycle backpack if you want to carry anything. Even if the Grom could fit saddlebags, I don't think you'd be able carry that much in it because of the size.
 

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the saddle bags are the only thing that haven't seen for the MSX125 / Grom yet. Maybe people are not interested saddle bags for this type of bike. But I am sure they will turn up soon or maybe no body is looking for them.
Saddlebags are one thing I failed to find as well it seems like it won't happen cause im sure if the MSX125 has been available for such a long time in Thailand, long enough for it's aftermarket support to explode, saddlebags would already be available.
 

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Maybe saddle bags are just not popular enough in Thailand. I could see a company over in the states making one. How often do you see any bikes in Thailand have saddle bags?
 

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That's true they all have some sort of rack with a box and just carry things around that way. Funny you mention that but most of them don't even wear helmets.
 

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Saddlebags are one thing I failed to find as well it seems like it won't happen cause im sure if the MSX125 has been available for such a long time in Thailand, long enough for it's aftermarket support to explode, saddlebags would already be available.
How long has the MSX 125 been around in Thailand now?
 

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Im sure there will be a TON of aftermarket parts soon after they are released here
 
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