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I have a deposit down for the GROM, but have just come across a zero miles NSF100 which I could get my hands on. WTH do I do now :confused: Both would be nice, but not an option at the moment :eek:
 

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Oh man that is a hard decision.

They are both very different for different purposes.

Truth is the NSF will end up just sitting most of the year.

The NSF is a cooler machine but the GROM can be used more often.
 

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Oh man that is a hard decision.

They are both very different for different purposes.

Truth is the NSF will end up just sitting most of the year.

The NSF is a cooler machine but the GROM can be used more often.
Yes, exactly my thinking. All my bikes are track only as that is the only type of riding I do, but it sure would be nice to be able to legaly ride it to the sotre if i needed it :)
 

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Even though the Grom is a small bike, the NSF100 is smaller.

Bitchin little bike though, but are you really going to ride it? To have one would be awesome, but are you going to use it? Thats the real question.

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Absolutely! All I do is track riding. My plans for the Grom are to get it track ready anyway. I really like them both though. :D

I'd go for the NSF and get the GROM later on. Too rare to pass on - especially if you can make use of it.
this is what is getting in my head. They are very rare and to find one w/ zero miles makes it even crazier. It's almost as if my mind is made up, but I'd hate to miss out on the GROM if it turns out to be that much better. i could get one next year though :D
 

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...the funny thing is, i've always found the "Help me decide which bike to get" posts a bit silly. Now here I am and am really at a loss of direction :D
 
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