Industrial Moto Project GUS

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Take what you know about Honda’s Grom: It’s tiny. It’s fun. It’s got a four-speed transmission and a 125cc one-cylinder engine. It’s got a thirty inch seat height, twelve inch wheels and weighs less than two-fifty. Gas mileage? Well over a hundred miles per gallon (and it’ll hold about a gallon and a half). Now ask yourself what’s missing from a Grom. The answer? A sidecar.

Custom bike shop Industrial Moto out of Culpeper, Virginia was inspired by their love of the tiny, zippy, nothing-to-prove Grom and developed GUS, named for the focal point of the build, the “Grom Utility Sidecar.” Mods to the bike itself include custom clear coat and decal upgrades to the body panels, a quilt stitched seat and new lighting and exhaust, but the headliner is the sidecar. With its high ground clearance and suspension, it’s ready to haul your stuff wherever you take your Grom, and with the detachable passenger seat and grab bar, what you haul could be a person.

The shop is ready to customize your Grom/GUS however you want, but they’re also selling the sidecar on its own in your choice of powder coated colors. The sidecar bolts directly to your Grom and is easy to install (and remove) so you can order one up and make a super fun bike even more fun. – Learn More

Industrial Moto Project Gus Motorcycle

Industrial Moto Project Gus

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