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Ame Bike Grip

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A’ME Clamp-On Ergo MTBTri grips are composed of Vulcathane,™ a specially blended rubber compound combined with UV stabilizing ingredientsThat exhibit superior oxidation and ozone resistance. As a result, A’ME MTB grips will not absorb moisture, deteriorate, harden or become slick with age, allThe while providing and maintaining superior comfort.A’ME MTB Grips are easyTo install and are available in a variety of colorsThat compliment most mountain bikes. Similar in grip

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