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Ergon
GP1 Grips

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A more comfortable way to ride.

Ergon's legendary GP1 Grips feature a proven shape and the perfect amount of padding for off-road or city use. They're available in two thicknesses, for small or large hands, and feature a forged alloy clamp for speedy installation and hassle-free adjustment.

The Ergon GP1 Grips are sold in pairs and available in two sizes.

Fit Note: Ergon offers most models in 2 sizes: Small and Large. The Small and Large label refers to how thick or thin the grip is. There is no difference in the length or ‘wing' size between the Small and Large. The small grip is best for riders with small hands, those wearing thick padded gloves, and riders riding/racing technical mountain bike terrain. The large grip is best for riders with large hands, commuting, and city riding.

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Stellar, but not for carbon
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by Ergon Convert
Competitive Racer
Portland OR
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Incredibly comfortable. Solved my ulnar nerve compression problems. I've heard a few people don't like being fixed at one wrist angle, but for me it keeps everything just right, and greatly enlarges the palm contact area. Not too heavy either. Caveats (1) I do road and XC so I can't speak to downhillers, and (2) unlike the GP3s I ran previously (but took off bc I didn't like the barends), the clamp on these crimped my thinwall XC carbon bars (despite Ergon's FAQ saying the non-barend GP1 is ok for carbon and despite using a torque wrench set at 5nm as indicated).

Reviewed 1/13/2016
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Best grip I've used
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by Russ Larsen
Cycling Enthusiast
Lakeside, AZ
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

I bought these in size small for my wife and I have very large hands but when I tune up her bike and ride it a little I do notice how great these grips are. I plan to buy the large for myself in the near future. I just need to decide between GP1 or GS1. I didn't think it would make that big of a difference but it really does. My wife has carpel tunnel syndrom and thorasic outlet syndrom and this helps a lot. Very very very good product and just fyi they have eco friendly packaging and are a good company.

Reviewed 9/8/2013
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Comfy grip
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by Anonymous
Alpine TX
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

We got the large ones which seems right so far. An aggressive tilt up works for support to keep the grip loose but they are easy to adjust during a long day.

Reviewed 7/21/2017
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Should be std equipment on mtn bars
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by Husker
Cycling Enthusiast
Lincoln NE
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Have had a version of these on an all-purpose, hard front and tail, mtn bike for several years. Execellent accessory. Suggest pick the small (padding) version. It's the flat surface under the carpal tunnel that does the trick.

Reviewed 8/27/2015
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Great grips!
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Portland, OR
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Significantly improves my hand/wrist position. I ride a long tail bike with lots of cargo and these far surpassed my expectations for what grips could accomplish for comfort and stability. I've had them on the bike for about a month.

Reviewed 11/4/2013
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