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Grips...the fat ones.
#1
What are the grips that some of you use that are a little fatter than the norm? Not the Ergon things. They may be Bontrager. Not sure.
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#2
Specialized Enduro grips. Sticky, soft, and a wide-ish girth.
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#3
superstar excel 150mm x 34mm
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#4
"Wideload" Wrote:superstar excel 150mm x 34mm

Nope. Not them.

I think Buzz and Treacle use them.

Jimmy - dont think so but I shall take a look.
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#5
"Blackers" Wrote:Nope. Not them.

I think Buzz and Treacle use them.

Jimmy - dont think so but I shall take a look.

These are the ones... I have them on my bike. Love 'em.
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#6
ODI Rogues
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#7
These are the ones i use. Vastly reduce hand cramp for me, and the're cheap. Reminds me that i need to get some more as have thin grips on all the bikes at the moment.
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#8
&quot;UphillDownDale&quot; Wrote:ODI Rogues

These!
2010 Canyon Aeroad 9.0 SL
2014 Specialized Epic Marathon
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#9
ESI Chunky grips are well thought of.  I haven't tried them, but know a few people who run them.  They're light, big, and comfy.  The main downside is that they're not lock-ons, but I think you can live with that.
http://www.esigrips.com/Silicone_Grips_S...orbing.htm
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#10
&quot;Yankee&quot; Wrote:ESI Chunky chips are well thought of.  I haven't tried them, but know a few people who run them.  They're light, big, and comfy.  The main downside is that they're not lock-ons, but I think you can live with that.
http://allrecipes.co.uk/recipe/9961/home...chips.aspx



Don't they make it difficult to grip the bars though?
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