Honda has an extended historical past of manufacturing pint-sized enjoyable, significantly on two wheels. And Honda Grom, practically from the beginning, has become a phenomenon with its enthusiasts, gangs and customs. The 125cc single-cylinder mini bike is as charming as it’s entertaining, and, without a doubt, has won the hearts of numerous riders.
Today we want to present you the result of Virginia-based custom shop Industrial Moto, that focuses on customized classic builds, significantly cafe racers – their charming little Grom Sidecar build.
Nicknamed “Project GUS,” for Grom Utility Sidecar,it is customized: the bike has a new LED headlight, bar end turn signals, a custom Tuffside seat, and a new exhaust system. Some of the plastic was also removed, some of the parts were powder-coated. The body panels were “hydro-dipped”, and the result is just amazing.
The tube-framed sidecar itself is bolted to the Grom has independent suspension and its own LED lighting. A detachable handle bar, a passenger seat, and a storage box are optional. Suggested uses include hauling camping gear, fishing gear, a cooler, tools, or even a small passenger (a child or maybe a dog). The shop will powder coat a sidecar for you in any color you like.
This adorable thing has been making rounds on the Internet this week, and the most exciting thing is that you can actually buy it for $1,600 to $1,920 (the optional details are extra). Place your order now and you’ll get it in June.