fat bar grip recomendations
Sunline Logo Thick are quite nice and were being sold at half price on CRC (if they have any left) at around £7-£8 per pair.
I use Lizardskin Northshore now though which are some of the thickest i’ve found. I prefer the grip profile compared to the ODI Rogues but that’s obviously a personal thing. They also seem to wear better than the Sunlines did.Posted 5 years ago
My hands are aching after one ride on my new wtb gto lockon grips .(cant think why CRC were selling them so cheep !!??)Anyway liked my old yeti speed grips but had to stick them to my last bars so thought id try lockons.Think I need fatter grips and like the look and price of superstar excel anyone tried them or recomend other fat bar grips please. TaPosted 5 years agothisisnotaspoonMember
Sunline grips are nice, but wear away really quickly (4 long rides and I had to turn them round 90deg as I’d gone through to the plastic at the outer end of the palm).
I’m quite liking ritchey foam grips at the moment, masses of grip, glue stops them spinning, they don’t seem to wear at all, comfy (both ergonomicaly and in reducing vibrations), cheep, very light. Whats not to like?Posted 5 years agoToastyMember
Ourys or ESI Chunkys, both fantastic. Ride without gloves on most of the time though. Hated Sunline Half Waffle lock-ons curiously, the inner bit got in the way of the shifters and after years of using Ourys I found myself hanging on the outside, which was just hard lockon clamp thing.
ESI have the advantage of weighing sod all too.Posted 5 years agomboySubscriber
ODI Rogues are the best by far IMO, I’ve tried pretty much everything else.
OURY’s I found too hard, they don’t give at all, so no extra comfort cos of their size. Superstar Excel’s just slightly too big and nothing like as grippy or comfortable as Rogues. Sunlines do seem to wear really fast, though pretty comfy.
Rogues are bloody expensive for a grip, but seemingly there is no better…Posted 5 years ago
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