Love it. It must be a good feeling to be in the comfort of your own home while performing those tasks. I would of cracked a cold one just to be in a more relaxed move. I am sure you enjoyed it thoughI learned it will EASILY fit through a standard door
(I brought into living room to wipe down and polish up while watching TV)
I have friends who keep multiple motorcycles in their bedroom.Where are you storing a motorcycle indoors? While I think the Grom looks nice, I think its place is in the garage.
Great for people who don't have a garage though, or if you are visiting somewhere and want to keep the Grom safe.
thats basically how my grom will be in my living roomIve always wanted to keep my cars inside but alas no room, unless you're this guy...
BTW how heavy is the GROM, now that you've given me the idea I might give it a try in the bedroom LOL
I have picked mine up entirely. I think the 225 number sounds about right... I could barely lift my old KTM which was 297lbs on a scale. This one is much easier to lift up.The black is metallic as well.
The Grom has an advertised weight of 225lbs with a full tank, and all fluids, ready to ride.
I'm keeping my GROM pipes stock, I might pick up a second stock pipe if I see one sold on ebay and mess around taking the can apart just to drill some holes in the baffles to see if it does make a difference in the noise/sound quality of the GROM.I let my nephew ride my Grom which I have owned for 9 days. I learned how awesome it sounds going down the street. It reinforced my belief that it is just terribly too quiet with the stock exhaust.