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GP1

The original ergonomic grip. The GP1 sets the Worldwide standard in ergonomic comfort, materials, and quality. The GP1 eliminates numb hands, aching fingers, and tired forearms. The uniquely shaped grip body is made from 100% German, TÜV-certified rubber compounds of the purest quality – with infused Medical-grade white mineral oil for improved flexibility and durability. A forged aluminum clamp allows the grip to be adjusted for perfect fit, can be easily readjusted, and eliminates twisting once installed. (Carbon bar compatible).
Price $ 29.95 (Without VAT**)
€ 34.95 (With VAT**)
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Technical Specifications

Name
GP1
Use
Mountain Bike, Touring, Commuting
Weight
195 g*
Size
L
Variant
Regular
Clamp
100% Recyclable Aluminum
Price
$ 29.95 (Without VAT**)
€ 34.95 (With VAT**)

*Weights may vary in production. Weight per pair. **Price can vary by country.

Optimized Pressure Management

Problem: Excessive pressure on the sensitive areas of the hands result in numb fingers.
Solution: With an anatomically optimized design, Ergon grips offer 100% contact with the hand surface area, versus traditional round grips, that offer only 60% contact.

Optimized Hand Positions

Problem: Excessive curvature of the wrist leads to undesired kinks in the carpal tunnel nerve. This results in a burning pain in the hand or forearm.
Solution: By correcting the hand position, the carpal tunnel nerve is relieved and pain is eliminated.

Adapted Grips for Various Shifters.

Regular / Trigger Shifters:

• Both Grips are Long

Gripshift® /
 Dual Twist Shift
ers

• Both Grips are Shortened

Rohloff® / Nexus® / XX1® / Single Twist Shift
ers

• Right Grip is Shortened

• Left Grip is Long

The Ergon Difference

Large

Glove Size: 8,5" - 10,5" (XL – XXL)

102 mm Hand Circumference

Small

Glove Size: 6,5" - 8,5" (XS – L)

92 mm Hand Circumference

Since hand sizes vary from person to person, the GP Series and GS Series grips are offered in two sizes; Small and Large.

These sizes refer to the gripping circumference. The Large size is a thicker grip, and the Small is a thinner grip. Two size options offer better hand closure around the grip surface. These size differences have a direct impact on the overall handling of the bike, as well as comfort.