Dressed for Speed


You may be fooled into thinking this was a tiny Honda CBR sportbike, but underneath the fairings is a Honda MSX125.

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Dubbed the MSX125 Sport Spirit, this modified Grom is nearly unrecognizable with the sportbike-style fairing, seat and tail. This one-off was produced by Kwins for Honda Thailand.

Photo by ThaiSpyShot.

  • Driver

    Are you kidding us? It’s
    a lot of fake junk up there is what it is. Seems like the only thing you had
    to do to qualify for this”article” is slap some lipstick on a pig and claim some
    resemblance to something else and be in proximity to the Bangkok show. Stock engines, stock rear sets, stock
    plastics with a paint job, etc… and those are considered heavily modified? Maybe a ‘little’ custom but not SERIOUSLY modified.

    Come on, seems
    the only REAL thing you had to do was get your faked out tribute Grom into the
    Bangkok show and you qualified for this fake list. Where’s the Paningale
    Grom, the Squeezebox Trom (Trail 70), Composimos’ Handb https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/8cd36df3de321ba1fee6ee5c36f17cc2b0c7cfdce625c8c243b58a3803c068ea.jpg https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/a997602da6e1bc2e577af686e7b45e9d68cfa81951be8a9349a89f9410ed540b.jpg ilt Grom, the CRF450 powered Grom and any of the CBR250r Groms? Those first 3 are absolutely and unquestionably the MOST MODIFIED Groms on the planet today, it’s not even close and not a one on the list.

    FakeNews? Meet “Fake List”. Just so much more click-bait….