Honda Grom Scramblers

Oct 2, 2015

Category: Rides

Honda’s new Grom Scramblers concept is designed with one simple concept in mind: thrill. In fact, it’s designed with fun in mind from the top forks down to the knobby tires.

This retro-styled ride comes in two slightly different versions, the Concept-One and the Concept-Two. Both still fit the 7/8ths-scale build, and they also both use 50cc engines. The first is painted silver and black, with the second sporting a green and tan colorway. Both are purposely built to resemble scrambler bikes like what Ducati offers. These bikes are intended for some light off-road use, with skid plates, high pipes, mudguards and knobbed tires. In fact, the Concept-One even has a number painted on its side and front (like a dirt bike would). Given that its slightly older brother costs just $3,349, it’s likely that if these were to hit production, they would be similar to the price range.

GROM50 Scrambler Concept-Two

GROM50 Scrambler Concept-Two

GROM50 Scrambler Concept-One

GROM50 Scrambler Concept-One

GROM50 Scrambler Concept-One

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