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i am curious where everyone stands as a potential grom owner.

i am a new rider and i want this to be my first motorcycle but at the same time i see that many older riders with larger CC motorcycles are getting smaller cc for fun. so i plan to keep the grom even when i get my 600.

1. I am a new rider and I want to start on the GROM

2. I have been riding for a while and I want the GROM to complement my ______. (explain why!)

3. Other?


i do not know how to add a poll so if others can help that would be great...
 

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There is an option to add a poll when you first make the thread...

I use to own a Ruckus and the GROM seems like a step up bridging the gap between the true minis and a full sized motorcycle.

Plus it looks like a sweet bike to modify if you haven't already seen. Sweet color schemes can be had.
 

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I've ridden scooters or rather mopeds. I have actually never ridden a full size bike. I feel the Grom will be a transitory bike to when I go full size. One step at a time :)
 

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Im also somewhat new to the motorcycle world and ever since finding out about the Grom, it's price, spec's, etc....I knew I had to have it as it will be my "fun bike" plus aftermarket parts for it are cheap so building on one of these will be cool
 

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Everyone from out east has been raving about the MSX 125 and the word got over to us over here and I just started getting ideas of how fun it would be to ride and play around with such a small bike.

Coming from a Harley it is a bit different but all in all its not about displacement but more a of different feel when riding.
The amount of things you can change with accessories on the Grom is insane. The guys over in Thailand with the MSX 125 is changing everything like its going out of style.
 

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Honestly I don't think it matters if you even have any riding experience. The Grom is suitable for anyone. I have heard from guys who ride Suzuki Hyabusas that want one and from Bama dave who is coming from the Harley community. The Honda Grom is a baseline to work from in all sectors.

I found out about the MSX 125 through another forum and all the articles hying it up.
 
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