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.
Innovative solutions for traditional problems of numb fingers, aching hands and forearms - problems all too familiar to bikers. Caused by too much pressure on the highly sensitive areas of the inner palm and potential malpositioning of the hand. Ergon grips provide 100% contact of hand and grip by an anatomically optimized grip-shape. Thus the pressure is relieved, especially near the nervus ulnaris, preventing the hand from getting numb. Additionally overstraining of the median nerve (often resulting in carpal tunnel syndrome) as well as aching wrists are prevented.
Handlebar grips are the point of contact for your hands and often over-looked, a good pair of grips will reduce your fatigue, increase your control and make your ride more enjoyable. There are a few types of grip fitment, Lock-on grips from Sunline or Lizard Skin are ideal for XC use as they won't slip and twist. Ergonomic handle bar grips from Ergon are immensely popular amongst leisure cyclists and tourers due to their increased contact area and shape.
Ergon produce bicycle grips, backpacks, gloves and tools. Ergon's aim is to develop products that offer the best ergonomics for cyclists, combining the best scientific principles with practicality.
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