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  1. News & Reviews
    The dropper seatpost experts at BikeYoke have launched a new grip aptly named Grippy. The new grip features a honeycomb design with a vibration-damping rubber compound. Read on for more details from BikeYoke. BikeYoke Grippy Highlights TPR rubber material Diameter: 31mm Colors: Black, blue...
  2. Tooltime
    Hey everyone, I'm having trouble removing my Oury lock on grips. Right side grip came off just fine, left side the bolt seems to be rusted AND stripped (double whammy). Anyone had a similar issue/could offer up a fix? Limited in my tool selection so the easier the better. Thanks in advance!
  3. Misc Components
    The standard grips that come with the rockshox twistloc are pretty nasty. I would like to change them, but due to the twistloc mechanism, options are very limited. Options are:- 1.Move twistloc mechanism over, and fit full size grip of choice. 2. Obtain slip on grip, like ODI longneck Pro...
  4. News & Reviews
    Bike grips, like saddles, are a very personal connection to your bike. It depends on what you like in your riding experience and what kind of gloves you pair with your selected grips. For some, a big chunky grip takes the need for gloves out of the equation, on the flip side, some riders prefer...
  5. Misc Components
    One of our pet peeves in the bike industry is when uninformed riders loudly proclaim, it's all personal preference, especially when talking about saddles, grips, and tires. There is science, design, materials, and manufacturing know-how behind each product - and there really are good ones, bad...
  6. Misc Components
    The Charger EVO is Lizard Skins most technically advanced grip to date. Some riders view grips as an afterthought, a non-essential part of a bike. For others they can make or break a perfect day in the saddle. For me, touch points are the most critical part of my bike setup. If my grips are...
  7. General Discussion
    You many have noticed the recent rise in popularity of silicone handlebar grips. The reason is simple: The soft, yet densely packed nature of the silicone offers excellent handling and performance, combining a high levels of traction, a soft but firm feel, and no squish or instability like some...
  8. Misc Components
    If you're not comfortable on the bike, you're not going to have much fun. Germany's Ergon is acutely aware of this, and is continually pushing the envelope of product design to assure the fun factor remains high. Press play to learn more. Video: Ergon SM and SR Women's Saddles, SME3 Enduro...
  9. Misc Components
    What is it Brainchild of freeride star and company founder Cam Zink, the Sensus Lite grip utilizes the traditional Sensus wave-like pattern with tighter and smaller ribs for less float, while still providing secure grip, hand comfort, and vibration damping. The California-made grips attach via...
  10. General Discussion
    Spank calls its new tech, "one of the biggest innovations in rim and wheel development in recent years." Wheels and tires are the first point of contact between your bike and the trail you're riding on. And while wheel sizes and standards continue to develop year to year, Spank feels little...
  11. Misc Components
    So many grips, so few hands. Observe. Design. Innovate. That's what ODI stands for, a Southern California company started in the late 1970s, making their name almost immediately with the famous mushroom handlebar grips for the BMX world. Since then, ODI has expanded to moto and mountain bike...
  12. Misc Components
    ESI Grips' first limited color is….PURPLE. Spot a mountain biker in a grocery store and fashion likely won't be the first thought that comes to mind. However, look at their bike and it's often a very different story. Matchy matchy is all the rage right now. Riders even have custom decals...
  13. General Discussion
    Pivot's specialty is bikes, but they've used that expertise to develop a full line of components. When manufacturers use branded parts on their builds, it usually means they're trying to hit a price point. By using catalog parts rather than "name brands," they can deliver nearly the same ride...
  14. Misc Components
    Editor's Note: This article is courtesy of the team at Art's Cyclery. The original post can be found here. So it's time for a new set of grips, but what separates one from the next? Press play to find out what to look for when making your buying decision. As one of three contact points with...
  15. Misc Components
    Lizard Skins has long been known for making top shelf protective coverings for your bike. Now they are bringing that same expertise to your body with a new line of gloves. Video: Lizard Skins Protective Bike Coverings, MacAskill Grips, Gloves and Seat Bags Lizard Skins sales manager Ryan...
  16. Misc Components
    Ergon has carved a niche for itself by developing ergonomic products. It started in 2004 with their winged grip. Their range has since expanded to include saddles, bags, seatposts and more. In the past few years, they've began to develop products for more aggressive off-road applications such...
  17. General Discussion
    At 36mm, the new Fat Paw is among the biggest silicone grips currently on the market (click to enlarge). In an industry where every whim or perceived need is catered to, one area with a glaring need for improvement is large diameter grips. While there are any number of choices for those with...
  18. Misc Components
    A new grip that continuously produces a sticky compound to help improve adherence (click to enlarge). Sticky Grips While brands are constantly experimenting with tread patterns and clamping mechanism, compound development in the grip segment has been stagnant. Taking technology developed from...
  19. Misc Components
    The Tread Grips mimic RC car tire treads. Tread Grips Inspired by the tire treads of RC cars, the Tread Grips offer a tacky grasp in addition to a little bit more cushioning from the vibration of the trail. Features: a wider grip of 143mm (standard length averages 130mm); a knurled tire...
  20. Misc Components
    The Klampz are the newest grip from RedMonkey and are lock-on style silicone grips. MSRP is $28 per pair (click to enlarge). I first heard about RedMonkey Sports and their silicone grips back at the Sea Otter Classic when their Karv was on display. Now, they are back at it with a new lock-on...
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