V8 Supercars stars Craig Lowndes and Rick Kelly, former GP rider Daryl Beattie, Australian Superbike riders Troy Herfoss and Jamie Stauffer and MX riders Dylan Long and Jay Wilson have helped launch the Honda Grom.
The smallest adult bike in the fleet has arrived in red, yellow or grey at the introductory price of $3999 ride away which has been extended until the end of August.
The Thai-made fun bike was launched by the motor racing superstars at Federation Square in Melbourne on June 30 with giveaways and photo/autograph opportunities.
The overgrown pit bike was released in 2013 and became a hit in the US where it was 2014 Motorcycle USA magazine bike of the year.
While Honda Australia dithered about importing the popular bike, independent Joe Stephens of Aussie Grom decided to secure the import rights in September 2015 and are now selling them at $3799 ride away with a three-year warranty.
The Grom looks like a monkey bike on steroids, has a low 754mm seat, a super-light 102kg weight, low centre of gravity, 124.9cc single-cylinder four-stroke engine, inverted forks, fat 12-inch tyres and a four-speed transmission.
The build quality is high as expected from Honda with surprisingly comprehensive all-digital instruments including a speedo, tacho, clock, fuel gauge and two trip meters.