Find or Sell Motorcycles & Scooters in USA

2014 Honda Grom Sportbike on 2040-motos

US $2,999.00
YearYear:2014 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: Pearl Red

Winston-Salem, North Carolina, US

Winston-Salem, NC, US
2014 Honda Grom  Sportbike , US $2,999.00, image 1

Honda Other photos

2014 Honda Grom  Sportbike , US $2,999.00, image 2 2014 Honda Grom  Sportbike , US $2,999.00, image 3 2014 Honda Grom  Sportbike , US $2,999.00, image 4 2014 Honda Grom  Sportbike , US $2,999.00, image 5 2014 Honda Grom  Sportbike , US $2,999.00, image 6 2014 Honda Grom  Sportbike , US $2,999.00, image 7

Honda Other tech info

TypeType:Sportbike PhonePhone:8883834021

Honda Other description

2014 Honda Grom, Grom is Here - Big Attitude. Honda’s 2014 Grom is a fresh, new way to add some fun, practicality, independence and style to your life. Fun: This new machine is a blast to ride, offering all the excitement of a full-sized motorcycle but in a package that just about anyone old enough to have a license can handle. Practical: The Groms thrifty Honda engine means you can run it on pocket change, and you can park it just about anywhere too. Independence: With your own wheels, you can bag the bus and forget about having to beg for rides from your friends or—shudder—your Mom. Stylish: Check out the Grom for yourself. And then think of it as a blank canvas, waiting for you to customize it. The new Honda Grom. Big attitude. Ride one and see.

Moto blog

Get down on your knees and play

Thu, 09 Sep 2010

This remarkable shot of Eddie Lawson is taken by Rich Chenet. It was August 1980 and Lawson was undergoing a titanic scrap for the AMA title with Wes Cooley and Freddie Spencer here at Pocono Raceway in Philladelphia. The circuit is known as the 'Tricky Triangle' amongst the NASCAR drivers but the superbikes used a mix of infield and sections of the banked circuit.

Honda’s View of the Motorcycle Industry in Canada

Fri, 13 Aug 2010

Recently here on, weve been bringing you reviews of a handful of Honda scoots that are available to our neighbors (or is that neighbours?) to the North in Canada, yet remain forbidden fruit for American consumers. Reviewer Costa Mouzouris gave us a look at the naked CB1000R that Honda Canada is considering importing, the already-available half-faired CBF1000, and the entry-level CBR125R. Meanwhile, Honda’s competitors have also announced some new products for Canada that have yet to be made available in the U.S.

MotoGP should return to Suzuka

Thu, 14 Jul 2011

Suzuka was always one of the great circuits; unfortunately the Japanese track was dropped following the tragic death of Daijiro Kato in 2003 as the course was deemed too tight and dangerous for the rapid four-strokes. Owned by Honda, Suzuka is a magical place combining arching S-bends from the start of the lap, high-speed in the middle and finished off with the technical and oft racing deciding final chicane, the location of many fantastic last lap battles. However the death of Kato, and Honda’s major hope of a Japanese champion, placed a dark cloud over the 5.807 kilometres of tarmac.