Honda has issued a recall for 10,076 Grom motorcycles and Forza scooters. The recall is due to fuel system problems.
There is a resin bracket inside the fuel pump, which may swell and lead to a fuel pump failure.
The vehicles involved are: 2014 Grom 125 manufactured between 12th June, 2013 and 24th September 2014. The Forza scooters are models NSS300 and NSS300A manufactured between the 18th of June, 2013, and the 21st of May, 2014.
Honda will be notifying owners, and offering a free replacement fuel pump, or owners may contact Honda on: 1-310-783-2000
Honda’s reference number for this recall is: JL1 NSS300 (Forza) and JL2 Grom (Grom125)
Is this the shape of things to come?
A university in southern Taiwan has unveiled its first hydrogen-powered electric scooter.
Called the “Pegasus One”, its maiden run consisted of 80km (50 miles), but the estimated range is easily double that, Continue reading First Hydrogen Fuelled Scooter
A very encouraging initiative came from the Motorcycle Industry Association and the Association of Chief Police Officers today.
Realising the Motorcycling Opportunity; A motorcycle safety and transport policy framework was devised in response to the slow-down in crash statistics for motorcycles and scooters in the UK. Continue reading New Initiative for Increased Motorcycle/Scooter Use and Safety
Here in Georgia, it’s that time of year when weather conditions are changing rapidly. In the last week alone, we have swung between icy conditions and snow, to beautiful sunshine and spring-like temperatures. And I’m sure we’re going to head back the other way in short order.
It occurs to me that these conditions are perfectly suited to generating the subject of today’s post: Micro-Climates. Continue reading Micro-Climates