PRUNUS bike grips fit any regular handlebar. It's easier to install the bike handlebars if you apply some soap to them. TPR rubber material is soft and comfortable, which can increase the shockproof effect and avoid palm and finger paralysis. The wrist should be supported when holding onto the grip to minimize the fatigue of your hands. It's suitable for long time cycling. It's easy to install. You just slide the bike handlebars onto your bike. There are no other tools needed. Integral Bar Plug The handle grip was upgraded to a bar so that the end caps wouldn't fall out. Dust, rain, and debris can be prevented. fits most handle bar is a requirement for most handle bars, such as BMX, mountain bikes, MTB, scooter, folding bikes, e- bikes, road bikes, commuter bicycle etc.
👤These handlebars have been used by me for 3 years. They are shock absorbent. The grips melt off into a paste when stored outdoors, so use these with a bike cover to preserve quality. Attaching a video showing how to swap out the handlebars. Use the bike hose. It will take a long time to get them on. Hope this helps you! This product is recommended. The bike shop sold me my original pair, and I was happy to see the same ones here on AMZ.
👤I have them on all my bikes. The price is very nice. It's a good idea to use electric tape on your metal handle bar. There is a They will stay in place for a long time.
👤I bought this item for my wife's bike because of the great reviews. It didn't live up to its ratings. The grips are sliding out. My wife is only 5 feet 2 inches tall and Petite so she is not strong. She has a regular Trek mountain bike, it's not weird in size that would have caused the grips to not hold in place. We have only used her mountain bike on paved roads, so there is no mountain terrain that would have required holding on to dear life. There is a The caps fall off easily. Ours fell off when we bumped into something. I knew that the chance of losing these end caps was very high when I put it back on. When you buy a new product, you want to have a good feeling. I am fed up with having to push the grips back in position after a few rides. I'm looking for replacement grips that will lock in place, what I should have done in the first place. I thought I'd warn others before I start shopping again.
👤I have had these for 3 years to replace the grips that broke. I was worried that I would lose the endcaps when I installed these. I was correct. I use my bicycle to commute. The endcaps came loose. They came off after I glue them back together. The handle bars made it difficult for me to hold them. I had to keep turning them back. They weren't very stable on some of my rides. I wouldn't recommend these grips unless they were locked.
👤These were bought to replace the old ones. I recently bought a Trek 3700 MTB and used Bontrager grips. I didn't want to spend a lot since I'm new to the sport, but I wanted something nice as well. The feel of them is very comfortable and the grip is good for handling. They didn't leave any black marks on my hands like they did with my old ones. Highly recommended. The price paid for the quality was more than I expected. Happy riding!
The warranty is for 12 months. The unique grip pattern allows firm and confident handling on the handlebars. The tacky TPR rubber material absorbs shock and relieves hand pressure for long rides. It fits most mountain bikes with the outer diameter of 20-23mm. Will fit standard mountain bike handlebars. The lock-on locking ring design makes it easy to keep the grip secure. SLIM PROFILE has a low profile with microcavities for extra comfort.
👤I was a little disappointed when these arrived. The rubber is not as thick and soft as I remember. They are easy to install, but the feel was not as good as my old ones. Not enough cushion for my tastes. I noticed that my son's best friend had electrical tape for grips when he came over. I knew what to do. He jumped on his bike and said, "hey, wait a minute". His face went from confusion to happiness. He was going to show his dad. I don't return anything. I'm not sure why, but I'm glad I could use the grips to make someone happy. I have to find a new pair of grips that are as good as my old ones. It's a good thing.
👤They do it! I love the green and have these on my commuter. How they are feeling. These are a bit larger than Oury grips, measuring about 1.192" in diameter. They give a lot of feedback for what's going on at the tires, but it's definitely a more race-y and aggressive feel. There is enough room for big hands to move around at 5.135" in length. How they look. It is true to the product photo. These grips are not compatible with my bike.
👤My old hand grips have seen better days. They were difficult to remove. It was difficult to remove my old grips after having soaped the bars. There is a I used a tightening nut to secure the grips to the handle bar. What a great idea. You're ready to go if you just slid grips on and tightened the bolt. To loosen the bolt. They slid off. Absolutely brilliant! There is a The grips are comfortable. They have a soft stipple that keeps your hands in place. If you want to add a splash of color to the bike, these grips are a great addition. I can't say how they would be if you did a lot of mountain biking, as more padding may be necessary, but I'm talking "Moab type" terrain with jumps and plenty of technical stuff. These grips should do well.
👤It resembles my Diety so I bought it for the price and grip pattern. The rubber compound is not as soft as the Diety's. The bar ends are the only issue I have. They are very hard to push into the bars with a rubber mallet. The hole in the carbon bars is smaller than the aluminum bars because they are a little thicker.
fits most handle bar is a requirement for most handle bars, such as BMX, mountain bikes, MTB, scooter, folding bikes, e- bikes, road bikes, commuter bicycle etc. The housing is compatible with the Mountain Triple. The weight of the front and rear shifters is 120g.
👤There are different models of grip shifter with different cable pull ratios. The breakdown of the MRX product line at the time of this review was 2:1 ratio for the rear derailleurs and1:1 ratio for the SRAM rear derailleurs. I needed to replace an older, faulty twist shift setup on a children's bike which had a 2:1 gear shift ratio. The newest revision of my part seems to be this Amazon part. It looks and feels better, but functions the same as before. Installation is easy. The unit comes with either 90mm or 110mm shorty grips, which is great for adult bikes. If you're replacing the shifter on a kid-sized bike like me instead of an adult-sized bike, you'll probably want to spend the extra Hamilton on 60mm grips for proper fit on smaller handlebars. You can find the shorter 60mm matching grips on Amazon. Once I tensioned my cables, there was no need to make any adjustments. Less than 1/2 turn on any of the derailleur adjustment screws to get it perfectly dialed-in, but it was working good-enough without any adjustments. YMMV. My box came with a warranty info packet. You can find the installation manual at the manufacturer website, but you have to use your search engine to find it. Bing and DuckDuckGo had the PDF as the top result, whereas Google had it for #2. I don't know why the manual wasn't included in my box.
👤This is a complete set. There is a It also includes cables, hand grips, and 2 shifters for the left and right. It was very easy to install. I didn't have to adjust the brakes handles. If you have a Shimano front and rear derailleur, the MRX Comp is the correct shift to use. When you twist the grips, the cable pull is 2 to 1. There is a If you have a SRAM front and rear derailleur, the MRX Comp is not for you. You will need to get the SRAM COMP without the MRX label for it to work with the SRAM equip front/rear derailleur. The cable pull of the Comp is 1 to 1. I made a mistake ordering the SRAM Comp and it didn't work out. There is a My two, 18 year old Specialized Hard Rock, 7 speed mountain bikes were replaced by this set. It is recommended to buy.
👤The replacements don't have the gummy feel of the old ones. There is a The.B revision seems to be better quality than the replacements. You will need to keep the old shifter that is between the grip and the shift mechanism. It was a pleasant surprise that these are made in Taiwan. The original shifters have a downsized key retainer. Don't worry, make sure you have all the keys ready to go. The entire replacement took 30 minutes. No adjustments were required for my application.
The lever is compatible with the gear. The TPR material is comfortable and the fitting area is increased. The rubber and aluminum alloy material does not become sticky when palms sweat and is made of high-quality rubber that does not irritate the skin. It has an aluminum alloy handle which makes it cooler to ride. The product size is about 4.3 x 1.1 inches, and it's fit most regular bicycle. The grip option accommodates the grip shifter. The locks on the bicycle prevent skidding. The handlebars of the bicycle are sturdy and easy to ride. You can contact them if you have any questions after you receive their products. Within 24 hours, they will reply to you.
👤The original ergonomics grip is made by Ergon, but all the different ones are the same, so it comes down to price and features. Unlike all the other non-Ergon options, the MUYDZ grips have double clamps, and they are less expensive than the Ergon version. The grips are SOLID with a clamp on both sides. I wanted the grips to not twist while riding. I think they're all the same - they help with hand and wrist strain and therefore reduce pain and numbness, but theMUYDZ grips are well-made, feature rich, and extremely cost-efficient. You can pick two from cheap, fast and good, but you can't have all three. The grips have all three.
👤I bought the first pair of these for my husband. After every bike ride his hands were very painful, but he still enjoys it. The grips have let him relax his hands more and not clench his hands the way he did with his original grips. I bought a pair for myself after he liked them so much. I have two plates in my spine. I was able to change my posture which made for a more comfortable ride. These are long. We had to move the shift and the brake levers on both bikes, so I rated them a 4 for ease of installation. It is not difficult but time consuming. Installation takes no time if you don't need to move your levers.
👤I have numbness in the heels of my wrists. I had to move my brakes and shift inboard because of the long installation. The end plugs had a threaded insert that expanded and locked the end in place. You should test fit the plugs and mark the orientation before you put them in, because the plugs are shaped to a certain end of the grip. The end plug does not keep the end of the grip from rotating, so it is important to tighten the end plug. I can live with it because it adds a little more shock absorber to my hands. These are a big improvement after a few rides.
👤I used to get numb hands from riding long distances. The grips cut the blood flow to my fingers and thumbs. I have options for changing position. The pressure on the outside of the hand is different from the pressure on the inside of the hand. The horn grips are great for pulling back and forth on hills. The grips are solid, so padded gloves would probably help if they feel hard, but I prefer the rigidity because there's no way my hand will slip off.
The length is 130 MM (5 1/8"). The design is unique. The cork foam bicycle grips look beautiful on every bike. The elegant handlebar grips are great for cruiser, fixies and any other retro-style bike, as they will add a vintage touch and make it look truly unique. The cork grips are neutral and stylish and are great for men, women, girls and boys. The handle bar grips are made with all-natural and ecofriendly materials so they are safe for you and the planet. The natural cork grips are made with respect for the environment. Forget about the sore feeling you get after cycling for a long time. The cork foam bike grips are very soft and have an ergonomics design that makes them strong and comfortable. They are shock absorbing and super grippy so that your hands will never slip off the handles, for maximum safety and easy use. The eco-friendly foam grips are made to last with the best quality cork, rubber and aluminum so they can be very strong and durable. The bicycle grips are weather resistant and have an air cell structure, so they can stay in perfect condition no matter what. The bike grips were easy to install and perfect for your handlebars. They have an integrated C-ring that makes it very easy to install and give you the stability and security you want.
👤Are you a fan of orange hands? You're going to have orange hands. I just painted the bike white two days ago, and the picture probably doesn't show it very well. I asked what the orange smudges were on my bike. I looked at my hands. These are great. I'm ready to take the bike out. I decided to clear coat them. I already had it for this project so it's not a big deal to me. The fit is snug, the color is great, and I know they won't slide around easily while I'm riding, so I had to use a rubber mallet to put them on.
👤"Natural cork foam" is not natural cork. It is not more than a synthetic material. The grip on the inner plastic tube is no longer sticks to the left side. The grip is twisted by this. It was not possible to rest my palm on. I will have to return them.
👤Six weeks ago, I bought Asti Natural cork foam bicycle grips to address my hand numbness while mountain biking. I road-biked with them several times before trusting them on the trail. The right grip began to slip during my second hour on the road. I initially thought I had tightened the C-clamps enough, however after further tightening the slippage problem persisted and then worsened. The left grip began to slip after two more hours on the road. This is not acceptable for road biking or mountain biking. I almost asked for a refund. The inner black plastic sleeves of the grips were freely rotating. I was able to remove the plastic sleeves from thecork parts and wiggle them free to make a repair. There are a couple important details missing in Asti's product description. These grips are made of a material that has little bits of cork embedded. This is desirable because cork would break quickly. There is only one C-clamp per grip, which is different from the design of other grip manufacturers. The outer edge of the grips torquing is different from the side that is locked. The feeling of slight rotation of the wider part of the grip provides mild shock absorption, but internal shearing motion results. The main issue with the liner sleeves is that they are not durable, and that shearing may explain why the sleeves came loose so quickly. The solution is: I spent four hours changing my grips. I used acetone and many paper towels to remove the gummy glue from inside thecork, then I let the grips dry. I roughened the black plastic liners to make a surface for the glue. I applied a coat of glue to the cork and black sleeve. It was sticky and messy. I wiped the JB Weld away from the outside with acetone and paper towels after accidentally putting it outside. I strengthened the outer cork surface with a thin layer of superglue after the curing of the JB Weld. The grips became slippery because of the hardened exterior. The cork particles were re-exposed to bring them back to their original state. There is a The final product is the subject of my 3-star Amazon review. I am happy with the grips. The grip design reduces hand numbness. The plastic sleeves are likely to crack under repeated shear stress, even though I have doubts about their durability. Conclusions: Only people who are willing to invest hours of time fussing with bike grips should buy Asti Natural. The plastic sleeve design and single C-clamp per grip will shorten the lifespan. There is a I suspect the same problems as the Asti product will befall the Ergon GP-1 with Biokork. The GP-1 has a single C-clamp on the outer edge, which may help.
There are two screws on the handlebars. The two side locking design is stable and durable. Two Allen keys are included. The mountain bike handlebar grips increase the support surface of your hand and relieve pressure from your hands, wrists and elbows on long trips. The bicycle handlebars are made of pure black and grey and classics never fall behind. You just need to put the plug in the handlebar end and slide the bike grips onto your bike. TPR rubber material is soft and cushiony and provides non-slip grip for improved riding safety. PRUNUS bike grips fit any regular handlebar. It's easier to install the bike handlebars if you apply some soap to them.
👤Quality grips, but not soft. Better than stock on a Schwinn. Do not follow their advice. I know better. They don't know anything about bikes. They wanted to use "SOAP and water or oil" to make the grips go on. It is the worst thing you can do as it will make them slip again. They won't be useful as grips. There is a Professionals use alcohol, hair spray, or both to make the bars slippery, as it dries thoroughly and the grips hold fast. I was able to slip these on with brute force twisting back and force, so I didn't need to apply alcohol, which works great. If you're not sure how to install these, check out the instructions on YouTube. Don't use soap or oil.
👤The smaller grips fit well on a bike with two grip shifters. My hands and wrists feel better after long rides compared to the standard grips that came with my bike. I sprayed the bars and grips with a spray of spray before putting them on. There are a lot of useful videos on the internet. It's a great value for a compatible size. Update 5/ 2020. The dark portion on both grips has begun to separate from the light grey portion. These lasted about a year and a half.
👤The 90mm shorter profile grips are perfect for my set up. The grips are open on both ends, which is better if you are using a mirror. If you don't use the right tool to cut a close ended grip, it will look bush league. There is a There are a couple of quick tips. There were small holes on the end of my old grips. I was able to blow the old grip off in about 2 seconds using the air compressor and blow gun I used. It's an old tip for removing golf grips. I used a non-toxic golf grip solvent to install the new grips, and you could also use water based soap. I wouldn't use any petroleum based lubricants because they won't dry and the new grips will stay around for a long time. The wet bar end and the grip solvent are shown. I had it on hand. If you really want to keep these grips locked down, you can use double sided tape and install them like a golf grip. I have put 100 miles on these grips and they are better and thicker. This was a 15 minute project and 10 minutes of fooling around with the mirror removal and replacement. Hope that helps! I'll report back later, but I don't know about "durability" yet. The 130mm grips were installed on another bike.
The length is 8.6 inch. It is suitable for most of the handlebars like BMX, mountain, mountain bike, beach cruiser, scooter, folding, downhill, commuter bicycle etc. The cyclist has the highest level of security because the bolt is positioned on the top to maximize the effectiveness of the lock. Cyclist's grip can be increased with raised non-slip surfaces. It is based on ergonomics, a triple density design consisting of a non-slip diamond surface and a concave matrix to make your journey comfortable. It's suitable for most types of bicycle grip. The handlebar has an internal diameter of 0.874in and a length of 5.5in. There are two screws on the handlebars. The two side locking design is stable and durable. Two Allen keys are included.
👤These are must haves. I ride a vintage mountain bike and the leaned over ridding position causes my hands to go numb for 20 or 30 minutes. The problem was eliminated completely by these grips. These make ridding fun again. I needed to hit them with a mallet but they didn't bend or brake so I'm happy. One person mentioned that they turned their hand orange. I have not had that happy to me. Maybe they solved the issue. It was perfect to fit my 1991 Wicked Fat Chance. The Oray grips are about an inch shorter than the grips that we have here. I will buy another set for Klein.
👤The experience when you hold these in your hands is unforgettable. It feels like someone put a lot of time into designing these. They're made of rubber and give you a good grip. They are very tight and secure. It's very strong. I'm not very impressed. I'm impressed! They give your bike a horned look. The end of these should have bull horns on them. That would make a bike look impractical. The plastic part that goes inside the handlebars broke when I took it off the end screw, so I had to remove them. I would like to know if a replacement could be sent. It might have been tightened too tight, but there is no instructions on the package that came with it. I need the inside part of the screw that screws in to fix the handle. Can that be done? Hopefully.
👤I commute to work on a bicycle every day and I have to type a lot at work. My wrists are very important to me, specifically with respect to tunnel fatigue. Good handle bar is a must. The best grips for the hypothenar muscles are the beaver tail style grips that have a generous grip area. I find that having a grip with this extended palm rest area reduces the amount of stress placed on other parts of the rider's hand. The grips are the best I've tried so far and I've tried about three or four similar models. These were easy to install and it appears as though they're going to hold up quite well (other grips are often made of a more foam type of rubber that wears very easily).
👤The grips are as good as they get. I was amazed at how long it takes for me to start getting hand pain compared to the last set of grips I had on my bike. You can still get hand pain with these... It will happen if you lean on anything for long enough. These grips hold off the inevitable. There is a The people who are complaining about the grips not staying tight must be doing it wrong. Installation is easy but you have to do it all or they will move. 1. The nuts on the fore and end of the grip need to be loosened. 2. Fix the end cap on the handlebars because it will make sliding the grip on much tougher but it will also make sure the end cap stays on. If you don't slide the grip on, you won't be able to use it. The grip plug is inside of a shallow hole so it can't come out if you stop a little before it's uncovered. 4. If you are happy with the position of the grip, tighten the inboard screw. 5. You can't rotate the grip until you tighten the screw on the end. If you want the grip to slide over the bar, you don't need anything else. You'll probably never get the grip if you put the bar in a way that makes it hard to stay put. There is a If you want to shove the end cap down inside of the grip, you can use a T-handle wrench of sufficient diameter. The cap is on the bar end when you slide the grip on. If you fill that plug hole with a wrench, it will work better and you will have fun doing it again.
The length is 130mm and the short is 90mm. Bike grips are made of a high-quality sponge that improves the grip feel and is more comfortable. The standard size of bicycle grips is 5.11inch long and 0.87inch inner diameter. The Bicycle handlebars are light and compact, which will not increase your riding burden. It is also your ideal choice if you are tired of plastic aging. There are three colors to choose from, black, blue and red. If you have any questions about their products, you can email them at any time. They will help you solve the problem.
👤These were bought as a cheap alternative to the standard ESI grips. These are soft. If you grip the bars you can move your hand in a variety of ways. This is not good in terms of control. It's a step down as the amount of give adds to hand fatigue. It was a pretty bad fail of a grip.
👤I was doing a conversion on a Santana. Double of everything is expensive quickly. I figured I would try these instead of getting a pair of grips for $50. I have had some good luck with other Rockbros parts. These, too... My grandma could tell the difference between the two. These are like old foam grips on an exercise bike. They went easy and came off easy. It's not very reassuring if you're going to get gnarly on the trails. It's good for a broom handle or grandpa's walker. There is a If you can afford a cheapo bus and some of the things that come with it, then that's all you can ask for. They are better grabbing onto a bare handlebars. It's a bit Meh. They are more squishy. I see these self destructing very quickly. I would return them. I threw the packaging away. I need a cheap pair of grips. Like the title says... You get what you pay for.
👤I think it's ok for the price, but it's way too much for me.
👤It's easy to install. I have purchased stiff and hard ones. I was worried they would be hard on themselves. If you want soft grips, look no further.
👤I use these as bar end covers for my trainer's bike in the winter and purchased them to do so. They provide a cushion for long rides. The bar end pads should be advertised as handle bar grips.
👤I can't buy a new pair of crutches until a month from now. My grips were falling apart. I ordered them because they are good for the price. A bit then and very slick. They are not intended for mobility aids. They will do for now.
👤Time will tell if the plugs are durable enough, and not yet use these in long rides.
👤They feel cheap. The listing says the inner diameter is 22mm. The actual dimensions are 18mm and 71 inches. It wouldn't fit for me. The length is 127mm. The outer diameter is 30mm. You can see pics for proof.
Tools are free to install. Simply slide on the grip and install the plugs. The bike handlebar has a grip. A bicycle handlebar grip insert bike handlebars can make riding more comfortable by soaking up vibration and preventing your hands from hurting. Handlebar grips with ergonomics can fit your palm well, and prevent the wrist from deviating. The rubber material on the surface of the bike handlebar grip is comfortable to use, and it can get a better anti-slipping when you are sweating or in the rain. The rubber is comfortable and non-slip. The size is 22.2mm/ 0.87in. AA is two long handlebars,AB is one long and one short.
👤The grips are very comfortable and replace the factory grip that is gummy from the UV. It is the right type of rubber that provides support and damp vibration from road bumps. The brakes lever has to be moved a quarter in to accommodate the longer grips. inward. The grip can be held in position from rotation. The grips have been 2500 miles since they were installed.
👤These are a great buy if you need a handlbar twist shifter. They are easy to install and hold tight. They aren't leaving once the allen nut is tightened. I have a bike that positions me upright so much of my weight is on the grips. The grips have reduced the amount of pressure numbness I get. There is a My local bike store didn't sell anything comparable and the bike manufacturer charged about 4 times as much as the store was out of stock. I put a mirror in one side again.
👤The grips are nice. The short grip will be used for a throttle on the handlebars to maximize space. The grips are easy to install. It is possible for a sufficient size of grip. The lock on the attachment is very secure to restrict rotation. The end caps cover is adequate. The grips will hold up over time. They have a good design. I recommend. Product quality, value and price are wow factors.
👤I am very happy with the handgrips. I had to sand down some spots because of the mold and excess plastic around the set screw holes, it was a bit sharp and uncomfortable. I used a razorblade to cut off the excess. I threw away my old handgrips because I knew I would never come back. The handgrips are great for the price.
👤You have a 2.5mm wrench, it's easy to install. The shorter grip is important. It seems like a good quality. I took it for a spin and it felt better than the OME grip on my Priority bike.
👤They were perfect except for being slightly longer making me move levers. The screws keep them in place. There are two short and two long bikes with a single twist shifter. I wouldn't have expected it to be.
👤I was hoping that these would make my hands numb. Not true. I tried different positions but nothing helped. It's easy to install, but no better than standard rubbery grips.
Don't put the bike grips on the handlebars directly because it's easy to break them. A unique pattern on the grip surface absorbs shock. The mini grid pattern sitting underneath the rider's palms increases traction and grip, giving the rider better grip and handling. It's compatible with both standard and twist shift rear shifters. To convert from standard to twist shifters, simply cut on the indentation on the right-side grip. The Winged shape grip is comfortable and designed to increase contact surface area for hand placement and support the wrist when holding onto the grip. The placement of the hand reduces fatigue after long hours of riding. Simple design is easy to install. Simply slide them on. The grip is designed to fit most flat bar bikes with the outer diameter of 20-23mm. Will fit on standard bikes.
👤I need a set of grips that are shorter on one side than the other for my hub bike and I purchased these specifically. The left grip is great. I can't return these because the right grip is not right and I can't use it. I have cut one down. If you are buying to cut down for a short grip, you should be wary of these. The handlebars did not stay put despite following manufacturer's installation instructions. The set includes small screws to fix the grips more tightly to the bar.
👤I had arthritis in my hands that made it difficult to hold the handle bars over the course of the bike ride. The pain would last for a long time after riding the bike. The grips have made it possible to continue riding. I am able to ride a few times a day. I recommend this product to anyone with arthritis who needs a wider bike grip to help cushion their hands from the pain and numbness that can occur during a ride.
👤They were easy to drink. Keeping your wrist straight is helped by the position of the protrusion. I didn't think it would make a difference. The shape and position help my wife a lot. I cut the line to shorten the grip on my e-bike handlebars so I could put the throttle on them. I cut the uncut side on the line. The rubber is fairly soft. End caps are fine.
👤Awesome grips for $8.99. It's a no-brainer. Don't let the price fool you. These grips are of the highest quality. I use grips that are comfortable. It's great to have a good feeling for my hands. I needed a long grip and short grip for the shift. A butcher knife is easy to use. The underside of the grip is where your fingers wrap around it. It adds another comfort feature. These grips are very good.
👤The grips didn't have end caps like the description said. I asked if this had end caps or not as I wanted to mount an end cap mirror with these grips. I was told that the description was wrong and that it had sealed ends. I decided that I would just cut a hole for the mirror and get them. They arrived quickly. I was pleasantly surprised to see that they came with end caps. There is a The handlebars were too small and the caps were too large when I installed them. I clipped off some of the excess plastic on the inner spirals that go into the bars and was able to get them to fit perfectly. I've added pictures to show the result. There is a I am very happy with the grips. They are soft yet sturdy, have good grip, and seem to offer good support for the wrists. When I have a chance to put them through their paces, I will update.
The grips of the SRAM are stationary. The length is 60mm and the weight is 40.0 g. Refer primary, secondary and tertiary images.
👤The 130mm wide grips are the normal size grips I would find on a bike. If you want to install the grips, use a lot of spray inside the grips and on the bar ends, then quickly slide and twist the grips into place. The glue of the hairspray is the fact that it becomes a strong lubricant once it dries. I use this on my motorcycle grips because they stay on until it's time to cut them off. I shortened my flat bar by 5 inches to make it shoulder-width long and bought the 110mm grips. The grips are the same width as my hand. The 130mm is longer. There is a Overall, 5 stars, cheap and comfortable.
👤I was replacing the grips on a kid's bike with the originals from the MRX Comp kit, but the half-grips were nearly an inch longer than the originals. I needed a shorter grip to use with the MRX Comp grip shift set, and it just so happens 60mm is exactly what the bike had. The install was done quickly. The pattern is good and they're not tacky. The rubber is thick and easy to install. The grips are a little less flexible than the original ones, but maybe they will change over time.
👤These grips are great replacements for children's bikes. The grips are not as soft as the softer ones, but they hold up better. The surface has a good grip. When replacements for bikes are needed, these are my go-to choice.
👤My son's lightning mcqueen bike had clear, slick grips on it and would become slippery as his hands got sweaty, so I got these for it. He lost control of the bike a few times because he is a more advanced rider. There is a He loves these soft rubbers and they rip like crazy. Now there is no more loss of control. The grips were great but my boy easily beat them up and turned his bars into a paint hazard. The new pair had more substantial bar end material. They held up well and were very stable.
👤My old mountain bike has grip shifters which make grips too long without cutting them. These are a tad shorter than I am, but they fit nicely on the bars with the grip shifts. As a bonus, they are very comfortable. It's easy to install with plicol. If I ever need a pair of grips for a different bike without grip shifters, I'll get the 130mm length and be done for $10, but I have no idea why they are so inexpensive.
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