The GP2 replaces the best selling GC2 grip. The new 2 finger GFK bar end delivers increased grip thanks to the rubberized anti-slip lower texture, and optimized ergonomics. Bar end and grip body can be independently adjusted dependent on preference.
Ergon GP2 Standard Grips Features:
Material: Composite with rubber inserts.
Use: Mountain Bike, Touring, Commuting.
Clamp: Forged Aluminum.
Safety Precautions: These grips are not suitable for the use with carbon handlebars.
Rated 5 out of 5 by BigBad compatto e comodo
permette escursioni più lunghe attutendo il formicolio alle mani. Corna compatte ma funzionali anche per "manone" come le mie. Montaggio semplice con istruzioni precise. Ho preferito usare la dinamometrica data la bassa coppia di serraggio e la tendenza a stringere.
21 November 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Comfortable Grip
I was looking for some bar ends for my MTB and came across these. I suffer with pain in my wrists and these have elevated this on long journeys. Very comfortable and excellent quality.
12 March 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Simply amazing
I own these grips for a week now and I've tested them in 3 rides of 40 miles each.
They are simply amazing. The flat area is so relaxing that I don't need (or want?) to change my position and grab the bar ends! Almost every pothole on the road passes unnoticed (only a road with cobblestones reminded me of my past grips). They are easy to install in the first place, easy to adjust and there is absolutely no play during the ride (just tight the 4mm allen screw and that's it). Do yourself a favor. Buy one of these. Your hands will be very very happy.
16 February 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Very good
I've had these on my daily commuter bike for a few years now and they are brilliantly comfortable. It takes a bit of fiddling to get the best position for comfort, but once you have it right, they are so much better than simple round grips. I was suffering from sore wrists and pads before (old man), but not now. It did feel like my hands were going to bounce off the bars at first, but I soon got used to that and adjusted my grip a bit.
After being in the sun for a few years, the grey padding on the top of the grip has degraded into a sticky goo. That's the only down side.
19 June 2012
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