Lizard Skins Moab Single Compound Grip

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Moab Single Compound

If you've ridden in Moab, you know that its particular brand of slickrock can make you feel like you've aged 20 years in an afternoon. It's nice to have a little extra cushion while riding there, especially for your hands. The Lizard Skins Moab Grip provides the little bit of extra cushion and...

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James Jordan   Weekend Warrior [Mar 27, 2006]
Strength:

Simple and has a plastic bar end insert exposed from open ending grip. If replacing thin grips that wear quick, these are just that much thicker without a distant feel of steering.

Weakness:

I have a special set of handlebars my friend scored for his shop. They may bit a skosh bigger in diameter at the bar ends, and I've lost one plug. But I bought two pair, and just replaced with the other sets end cap. A wrap of tape would cure.

Pleasing. If you were a BMX racer or freestyler years ago when 401 Flight Cranks were the rage, you probably had a set of A'me Tri's on your Cyclecraft bars. These are that much thicker for the constant adjustments made for the harsh enviroments found on a MTN Bike. Can be wired on, but I just sprayed water on the handlebars and they were fit in a day or two.

Similar Products Used: OE WTB grips.
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