Honda Grom LED Light Outfitting Guide
Posted on November 09 2021
The Honda Grom has turned into a bit of a cult bike. It can be found tearing up college campuses and city streets alike. There's a whole wave of mods you can perform to your Grom, but perhaps one of the best is adding DENALI LED lights to see more of the road in front of you and to help make sure other motorists can see you! Add a single set of fog lights, a cell phone mount, additional brake lights, or super loud Sound Bomb horn. Here are just a few ways to install some of our most popular products on your Grom. Click on the button to shop all products that fit your Honda Grom.
Featured Honda Grom Accessories
- D4 Light Pods - DNL.D4.050
- D3 Fog Light Kit - DNL.D3.051
- D7 Light Pods - DNL.D7.050
- Crashbar Light Mount Kit - LAH.00.10300.B
- T-3 Front Switchback Signal Pods - DNL.T3.10200
- T-3 License Plate Mount - LAH.T3.10200
- T-3 Rear Switchback Signal Pods - DNL.T3.10300
- B6 Taillight - DNL.B6.10000
- Sound Bomb Horn - TT-SB.10000.B
- T3 Rear Switchback Signals - DNL.T3.10600
Honda Grom Lighting & Accessories
True story: Honda almost didn’t bring the Grom to America. In the grand scheme of 10-lane freeways, an almost compulsory 75-mph speed limit on most freeways, and a general trend toward ever larger motorcycles—a 500cc twin or a 1300cc cruiser are considered entry level—Big Red wasn’t completely sure if a 125cc, pure-fun plaything would sell in the land of nine-seat SUVs and 5000-square-foot starter homes. So it did the smart thing and brought in just a few, and was utterly gobsmacked by the response. Customers lined up, dealers whined, and Honda listened, eventually ramping up to meet demand and, after that, even expanding its small-bike lineup. Pretty soon all the cool kids were doing it.
Believe it or not, Honda decided to update the Grom for 2022 (there was no MY21). A higher compression ratio and another gear in the box (for a total of five…go wild!) should give the Grom more power and fun. Styling is updated, too, with easily removable side panels to facilitate customizing. No surprise, since the Grom has become arguably one of the most customized motorcycles extant. But Honda was smart to keep the Grom true to its origins, with the same air-cooled, horizontal-cylinder engine, fuel injection with a throttle body barely big enough for your thumb, pint-sized dimensions, and 12-inch tires.
But let’s not forget that part of the Grom’s charm is that it’s actually a pretty okay, pretty practical motorcycle considering its size. With awesome mileage and such a small footprint, the Grom has found favor with commuters and college students alike, they’re everywhere, like mice at the State University salad bar. And being a daily ride means the Grom benefits from better motorcycle lighting, like the DENALI DM or D2, a pair of which can be strapped to the Grom’s skinny fork tubes with a DENALI Articulating Bar Mount. Grab a B6 tail light module and a set of T3 signal pods to increase the little Honda’s visual footprint, while a SoundBomb horn can make the Grom, barely visible beneath the mirrors of most “midsize” SUVs these days, less likely to be edged into the gutter. (Though, while there, the Grom rider might just have a little skateboard fun…)
Honda’s Grom has a plucky style that encourages riders of all ages look for the thinnest of reasons to go for a scoot. DENALI makes the Grom just a little better at all that.