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Ergon GC1 Grips
Ergon GC1 Grips
Ergon GC1 Grips Standard on Top, Grip Shift on Bottom
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Ergon GC1 Grips
Ergon GC1 Grips
Ergon GC1 Grips Standard on Top, Grip Shift on Bottom

GC1 Grips

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The GC1 was developed for the ergonomic demands of cyclists riding city bikes or touring bikes with upright, rearward-swept handlebars. Using traditional round grips on these specific, laid-back handlebars causes an uncomfortable bend in the wrist. The GC1 corrects the wrist position through its anatomic and ergonomically correct form delivering exceptional comfort. The GC1 is made from 100% German, TUV-certified rubber compounds of the purest quality. A forged aluminum clamp allows the grip to be adjusted for perfect fit, can be easily readjusted, and eliminates twisting once installed.

Each set of Ergon GC1 Grips weighs in at 230 grams.

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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.


Weight: 175 grams


Mfg PartNum: 42410010 


Mfg PartNum: 42410210 

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Grips that slip around
Daily Commuter
Philadelphia, PA

I was happy with the feel and the texture, but they would not stay in position no matter how tightly they were screwed to the handle bars on two separate bikes with standard widths. I even tried adding a layer of a tape below so they could grip on that, but then the grips themselves pushed that layer out of the way. So I was never able to get them to work as designed.

Reviewed 9/25/2020
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Great Grips!
by Rollin
Cycling Enthusiast
Redmond, Oregon

They perform as advertised. Great Grips!

Reviewed 2/8/2020
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