For those looking to feel locked into their cockpit, or those in need of more wrist support, the GE1 Evo Factory grips are a worthy option.
The new GD1 Evo grips have a new cushy thumb zone and a softer rubber compound.
They’re not super squishy like an ultra tacky Renthal, nor are they super firm like an Ergon. Rather, they sit very comfortably in the middle.
I have been riding Ergon grips for a good couple of months now and I can honestly say that I love them.
Designed to be the best mountain bike grips available for reducing vibration and chatter, Spank uses a lot of cool technologies that we’ve been excited to test out.
Bjorn Bikes has figured out a way to make new grips with leftovers from the regular grip manufacturing process.
The PNW Range bars offer additional backsweep for a comfortable position while the stem has a mount for a camera or light.
The grip now includes a softer thumb zone for improved grip as well as a redesigned inner flange.
I wasn’t sure as to how much I would enjoy riding them considering I have a deep love for BMX style mushroom grips but to my surprise, I really, really liked them.
We threw the new 35 mm Speedway bar and Copperhead stem setup on our project Nicolai G-1 build along with their Knuckleduster grips and spent a few months riding them.
These grips are fanF**King-tastic!
Nothing else has changed, and nothing else needed to.
Deity’s New Supracush and Lockjaw Grips join their already notorious lineup of MTB lock-on grips for 2020 and I was lucky enough to get a pair of each to test out before the launch.
Two new grips from Deity Components give riders more options. Bonus for having all of the colors!
Contenders include Deity’s ‘Knuckleduster’, Joystick’s ‘X-Logo’, Ergon’s ‘GA2’, Sensus ” Lite ‘, Fabric’ Magic ‘, and Sensus’ ‘Meaty Paws’.
Good with gloves, better without.
The innovative RevGrips are the first ever ‘suspended’ grip, isolating your hands from vibrations transmitted through the bar.
Depending on your grip preferences, that may sound awful, or like the best thing ever!
Ben has been riding the combination of the new Deity Components Skywire bar, Copperhead stem and Knuckleduster grips all winter to find out if the price tag is reflected by its on-trail performance.
After some time riding the Joystick cockpit as a whole, we found the parts are clearly designed by riders, and are made with an attention to quality.