City commuters for sure. I think anyone shopping for small commuter bike in the city like a scooter or moped, will come across the Grom.i think it will be popular in urban areas.. i am sure you can get people in the cities to buy this. that's usually where you saw the ruckus, albeit a different bike, you would see it in cities where speed and hp weren't as important as fuel efficient and fun.
You might see mine on the road in TexasI have three "popular" dual sport bikes and have only ever seen one of them on the road (a KLR650).
At least in Texas I doubt I will ever see one on the road. Unfortunate but that is the fact. Still this little bike looks to have a lot of potential to create many many smiles for its riders.
haha chase action sequence with a Grom would be fun to watch. It would like parkour motorcycle chase scenes.The Grom just needs to be featured in a big movie like James Bond or Fast and Furious. This will turn a niche bike into a mainstream one.
This is what happened with the Mini after The Italian Job.
yup, best thing to do is to probably stay in the right lane since people tend to go more than the speed limit, don't want to be pissing everyone off nowI read that going at the top speed of the 65mph is actually pretty stable. Highway driving might not be an impossibility as long as you drive safe.
I don't think low displacement motorcycles will ever be "popular" in north america.
I do see the GROM being a popular bike in the class but not a popular motorcycle in general.