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Honda Grom 50 Scrambler Concept One and Two unveiled at 2015 Tokyo Motor Show

Honda Grom 50 Scrambler Concept Two 2015 Tokyo Motor SHow (9)

The concepts are powered by a puny 50 cc 4-stroke air-cooled engine.

The Honda Grom 50 Scrambler Concept One and Two are being showcased at Honda’s 2015 Tokyo Motor Show two wheeler stall. The “neo-retro” scrambler concepts are designed to attract new riders into the world of motorcycles.

Honda Grom 50 Scrambler Concept One

Finished in silver, the Grom 50 Scrambler Concept One features a padded fuel tank and chrome finished muffler guard (carrying number 3) that takes us back in time. It’s modern appeal comes from the circular LED headlight with centrally positioned Honda logo and full LCD instrument console.

Other noteworthy design features include cafe racer style wide handlebar with end-mounted rear view mirrors, black seat with stopper, circular taillight, an engine guard and a visor with number 3. The bike employs gold finished telescopic front fork, and a rear monoshock. The spoke wheels are shod with off-road tyres.

Honda Grom Scrambler Concept Two

The Concept Two is finished in a neat matte olive green paint job and features a lightweight high rigidity monocoque rear frame that holds the brown leather seat. The fuel tank features chic silver air intake pods on either side. Other highlights include a custom front fender, a rear tyre hugger, black theme for the engine, LED headlight, an LCD instrument dial, circular rear view mirrors with silver inserts and off road tyres.

Both the scrambler concepts employ a diminutive 50 cc 4-stroke air-cooled engine whose power and transmission specs are not revealed.

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