Marc Marquez-inspired Honda Grom RR. Build your own with TYGA.


A Blackpool-based Honda dealer is offering its customers the chance to customise a Honda MSX 125. And to show just what’s possible, it’s created a super cool replica of Marc Marquez’s MotoGP Repsol Honda using TYGA Performance’s specially designed, top quality bodywork kit and exhaust system.

Honda’s MSX 125 (or Grom in the USA) is an iconic machine. Since its inception, it’s been picked up by customisation fans worldwide – and has been transformed into an abundance of different machines, in a variety of different styles. Now, a Honda dealership in Blackpool has created its own custom project, making the most of the abundance of bolt-on bits and pieces and aftermarket accessories from TYGA Performance, to show its customers what’s possible with the little mini-bike.

The changes are mostly styling related. There’s new handlebars, new footrests, and best of all, new TYGA bodywork.  It sports a full fairing and a single-seat tail unit, painted with the colours of Marc Marquez’s Repsol Team Honda MotoGP machine. That’s not all, it comes equipped with an all new TYGA exhaust system – so it’ll have a bit more oomph too..

TYGA has been producing kits for Honda’s MSX 125 for a good few years now – and as a result is probably THE go-to brand if you’re looking to customise your Grom, no matter where you are in the world. Here’s TYGA’s own fully customised Marc Marquez Grom RR in the flesh.

As you can see, TYGA’s custom project goes even further, receiving a complete overhaul from top to bottom – from its engine and exhaust, ignition and injection, through to its suspension and brakes, the little Grom is packed with top quality parts (almost exclusively from its own stable of products). And they’ve even painted the wheels – to complete the full Marc Marquez aesthetic. We love it.

 

For more information on TYGA Performance, and its wide range of Honda MSX 125 aftermarket kits and accessories, click HERE.

 

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