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Ergon
GA2 MTB Grips

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Ergon's GA2 mountain bike grip picks up where the GA1 left off. Using their softest rubber throughout the entirety of the grip, the GA2 promises a smooth ride, and the compound is also UV-stable so it won't harden up after countless summer days of riding under the sun. Engineered to be ergonomically shaped, you'll find grip zones that match up with your hand so can loosen up on the bike while still maintaining control, and the locking clamp is now located on the inboard side of the grip to create useable space at the end of your bars. The thickness of the grip varies throughout to optimize damping so you can keep riding while the others are shaking out their arms.

Available in multiple colors. Claimed weight is 107 g / pair. Carbon compatible.

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GRIPS THAT FEEL GREAT
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by TT
Cycling Enthusiast
VA

NOT THE CHEAPEST - BUT THEY FEEL GREAT AND GIVES YOU A CONSISTENT GRIP - NO SLIPPING

Reviewed 8/5/2019
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Provide great feel and control
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by Anonymous
Portland, OR
2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

The grips fit the shape of my palm perfectly and provides plenty of grip.

Reviewed 5/22/2017
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