ODI / Troy Lee Designs Signature Lock-On Grips Review

Jan 10, 2011
by Mike Levy  
A grip is a grip is a grip? Not if ODI and Troy Lee Designs have anything to say about it. Inside we take a closer look at the result of ODI and TLD collaborating on grip design.

Did our paws agree with the unique Signature grips? Read on to find out,
ODI, the company that was the first to liberate us from using wire and zip-ties to prevent the dreaded throttle grip effect, has conspired with the crew at Troy Lee Designs to bring us these new Signature grips. While their Ruffian and Rogue models are long standing favorites with just about every rider, the ODI/TLD Signature grips are a departure from the current norm. I'd stop short of calling this a grip paradigm shift, but they are pretty cool nonetheless.<br><br> The diameter of the Signature grips is thin, but at the same time the pattern is more aggressive than most other options. The reverse waffle design uses ramped leading edges that are squared off at the opposite end, thereby creating a sort of grooved scaly look. ODI says that those grooves are there to clear mud and water. The single-ply  compound used is not nearly as soft as found on the much larger diameter Rouge grip, no doubt in an effort to prolong the thin Signature's lifespan. A ramped low flange at the outer end of the grip is meant to keep the outside edge of the rider's palm from chafing on the Lock-On collar, and the larger flange at the inboard end is still low enough that it shouldn't interfere with shifting duties. There are some fitting marks etched on the inboard collar that are meant to be used to line up the grips to your liking during installation, which is clever, but I'm not sure what one is supposed to reference them to given that most bars have no markings in the corresponding places. ODI's ingenious Snap Cap bar plugs, included in the packaging, have been designed to snap directly into the Lock Jaw Clamps which locks the plug into place when tightened onto the bars. No tools are required (besides the hex key need to install the grips) and unlike a typical bar plug, it doesn't matter what the internal diameter of your chosen handlebar is because they snap into the collar instead.
ODI, the company that was the first to liberate us from using wire and zip-ties to prevent the dreaded throttle grip effect, has conspired with the crew at Troy Lee Designs to bring us these new Signature grips. While their Ruffian and Rogue models are long standing favorites with just about every rider, the ODI/TLD Signature grips are a departure from the current norm. I'd stop short of calling this a grip paradigm shift, but they are pretty cool nonetheless.

The diameter of the Signature grips is thin, but at the same time the pattern is more aggressive than most other options. The reverse waffle design uses ramped leading edges that are squared off at the opposite end, thereby creating a sort of grooved scaly look. ODI says that those grooves are there to clear mud and water. The single-ply compound used is not nearly as soft as found on the much larger diameter Rouge grip, no doubt in an effort to prolong the thin Signature's lifespan. A ramped low flange at the outer end of the grip is meant to keep the outside edge of the rider's palm from chafing on the Lock-On collar, and the larger flange at the inboard end is still low enough that it shouldn't interfere with shifting duties. There are some fitting marks etched on the inboard collar that are meant to be used to line up the grips to your liking during installation, which is clever, but I'm not sure what one is supposed to reference them to given that most bars have no markings in the corresponding places. ODI's ingenious Snap Cap bar plugs, included in the packaging, have been designed to snap directly into the Lock Jaw Clamps which locks the plug into place when tightened onto the bars. No tools are required (besides the hex key need to install the grips) and unlike a typical bar plug, it doesn't matter what the internal diameter of your chosen handlebar is because they snap into the collar instead.
<span style='font-size:16px'>The ODI Troy Lee Signature uses a unique pattern, stubby flanges at both ends, and features markings etched into the inboard collar to help installation</span> <br><br><br><span style='font-size:19px'>ODI TLD grip features:</span> <br><br>- Overmolded flange on outside end keeps hand from contacting clamp<br>- Etched inside clamp shows grip angle for easier installation<br>- Undercut grip surface to give slim comfortable feel with great traction<br>- Grooved channels prevent mud and water buildup<br><br><br><span style='font-size:19px'>ODI TLD grip details:</span> <br><br>- Thickness: 29.7 mm<br>- Length: 117 mm (grip surface), 131 mm (incl. clamps)<br>- Weight: 58 grams (per grip, incl. clamps, bar plugs, and hardware)<br>- Available in red w/ black clamps, black w/ graphite clamps, yellow w/ neon clamps, and white w/ red clamps<br>- MSRP $28.95 USD
The ODI Troy Lee Signature uses a unique pattern, stubby flanges at both ends, and features markings etched into the inboard collar to help installation


ODI TLD grip features:

- Overmolded flange on outside end keeps hand from contacting clamp
- Etched inside clamp shows grip angle for easier installation
- Undercut grip surface to give slim comfortable feel with great traction
- Grooved channels prevent mud and water buildup


ODI TLD grip details:

- Thickness: 29.7 mm
- Length: 117 mm (grip surface), 131 mm (incl. clamps)
- Weight: 58 grams (per grip, incl. clamps, bar plugs, and hardware)
- Available in red w/ black clamps, black w/ graphite clamps, yellow w/ neon clamps, and white w/ red clamps
- MSRP $28.95 USD
<span style='font-size:16px'>The ODI Troy Lee Signature grips use a hard compound and an aggressive design - those who don't wear gloves should beware</span> <br><br>There was a time when ODI's Lock-On grips were the only real option when you wanted to guarantee yourself no throttle grip, but now the market is flooded with various options, many that use only a single clamp on the inboard end to hold them in place. I've gone this route in the past because I've found that the outside of my palm chafes on ODI's outer clamp, but the low ramped flange on the ODI Troy Lee grips do a great job of eliminating this issue. The opposite flange on the inboard side seemed to be completely useless to me, but at the same time it isn't large enough to obstruct shifting in any way. Grip feel is very positive. There are no two ways about it, the ODI Troy Lee grips offer an incredible amount of traction between your gloved palm and the grip surface. Enough in fact, that I would never recommend these grips to any glove-less riders out there. The aggressive reverse waffle cut uses ramped leading edges combined with square trailing edges to provide a very positive feel in your hands. Now, I can't remember ever slipping a grip in the past, even in the nastiest of conditions, but it certainly feels as if there is more purchase available from these unique grips and that can't be a bad thing. They are on the thin side, measuring just 29.7 mm across with the digital calipers (RaceFace Strafe Lock-On grips come in at 33 mm, the very thin Senus non-locking at 27 mm), so those with bigger paws may want to look elsewhere. I wear a medium glove and have always preferred a thinner feel so I was right at home using the ODI/TLD grips. Wear rate looks to be impressive, with the grips pictured having well over one hundred rides on them and still looking great. It's also worth mentioning that no play developed between the aluminum clamping collars and plastic grip barrel, something that I've experienced with many other Lock-On options. Colored grips don't make a lot of sense to me, but both the red version shown here and the bright yellow versions on my bike clean up quick and look like new without too much fuss.<br><br>The ODI Troy Lee grips are great, but just like anything else, they won't be everyone's cup of tea. As mentioned above the grip pattern works well, but is very abrasive. If you don't wear gloves, these are not for you. It may sound completely silly, but they do not come with concise mounting instructions that tell you which orientation to put them on. This normally wouldn't be an issue, but running the grips in reverse produces a feeling that I would liken to giving a cactus a firm squeeze - not good. Do yourself a favor and install them with the logos facing forward. Besides those quibbles, ODI and Troy Lee Designs have put together a grip that is actually quite different from most other offerings. If you're looking for a thin, but aggressive grips, these may be just the ticket.
The ODI Troy Lee Signature grips use a hard compound and an aggressive design - those who don't wear gloves should beware

There was a time when ODI's Lock-On grips were the only real option when you wanted to guarantee yourself no throttle grip, but now the market is flooded with various options, many that use only a single clamp on the inboard end to hold them in place. I've gone this route in the past because I've found that the outside of my palm chafes on ODI's outer clamp, but the low ramped flange on the ODI Troy Lee grips do a great job of eliminating this issue. The opposite flange on the inboard side seemed to be completely useless to me, but at the same time it isn't large enough to obstruct shifting in any way. Grip feel is very positive. There are no two ways about it, the ODI Troy Lee grips offer an incredible amount of traction between your gloved palm and the grip surface. Enough in fact, that I would never recommend these grips to any glove-less riders out there. The aggressive reverse waffle cut uses ramped leading edges combined with square trailing edges to provide a very positive feel in your hands. Now, I can't remember ever slipping a grip in the past, even in the nastiest of conditions, but it certainly feels as if there is more purchase available from these unique grips and that can't be a bad thing. They are on the thin side, measuring just 29.7 mm across with the digital calipers (RaceFace Strafe Lock-On grips come in at 33 mm, the very thin Senus non-locking at 27 mm), so those with bigger paws may want to look elsewhere. I wear a medium glove and have always preferred a thinner feel so I was right at home using the ODI/TLD grips. Wear rate looks to be impressive, with the grips pictured having well over one hundred rides on them and still looking great. It's also worth mentioning that no play developed between the aluminum clamping collars and plastic grip barrel, something that I've experienced with many other Lock-On options. Colored grips don't make a lot of sense to me, but both the red version shown here and the bright yellow versions on my bike clean up quick and look like new without too much fuss.

The ODI Troy Lee grips are great, but just like anything else, they won't be everyone's cup of tea. As mentioned above the grip pattern works well, but is very abrasive. If you don't wear gloves, these are not for you. It may sound completely silly, but they do not come with concise mounting instructions that tell you which orientation to put them on. This normally wouldn't be an issue, but running the grips in reverse produces a feeling that I would liken to giving a cactus a firm squeeze - not good. Do yourself a favor and install them with the logos facing forward. Besides those quibbles, ODI and Troy Lee Designs have put together a grip that is actually quite different from most other offerings. If you're looking for a thin, but aggressive grips, these may be just the ticket.


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What do you make of the new ODI/TLD grips? Have you tried them or do you have a grip that you swear by? Put your thoughts down below.


111 Comments

  • + 33
 Great grips but prefer the ruffians. Pinkbike, in future can we please have black text on a white background for articles, I don't much like spending the day seeing a PinkBike article etched onto my retina! Smile
  • + 3
 ^^^^ hahahah !! second that !! lol
  • + 3
 I was just about to post. White text on black background is very difficult to read, especially when the text is so tightly spaced!
  • + 5
 i find highlighting as u read helps
  • + 13
 personally i love these grips, they feel nice and are extremely tacky. the only downside is the price. 30 bucks for grips is a bit expensive from my point of view when I could go buy some ruffians for 20 with the same tackiness and an equally good feel.
  • + 4
 i was not expecting them to test grips haha c'mon i wanna see some more bikes being tested!!!! Nice article on em though.
  • + 4
 My mate and I both run these grips (we both ride gloveless) and they go great once they wear in a bit, so if anyone is put off by the fact that these grips are 'not reccomended' for riders who ride gloveless, or the price, They are worth every cent you will spend on them.
  • - 2
 I agree with you, I have these exact red ones and they are perfect without gloves! a bit of a rip off when compared to how long ruffians last... mine lasted about a month or 2. though apparently they help you snap out of the gate faster in 4x because of the patterning.
  • - 27
flag swan3609 (Jan 10, 2011 at 2:07) (Below Threshold)
 I hate buying new grips because I run Gripshift so I hate buying a pretty new grips and then cutting them down to make them work with the gripshift..
  • + 34
 ^ buy gripshift grips? Facepalm
  • + 2
 check crc
  • + 1
 universalcycles.com has these in neon yellow grip and purple clamps. I got thoses for my friend for christmas and theyre super sexy.
  • + 10
 Can anyone please explain to me why you don't get grips in different diameters. I am 6ft 4" and have large hands. I have owned tons of different styles of lock on grips from lizard skin peaty's to odi ruffians but still find them to thin - so why not make 'fatter' grips for big hands and narrower for smaller hands? Surely we all dont have the same grip diameter - do we?
  • + 0
 good question...
  • + 1
 tried odi rogue? as fat as it get.
  • + 0
 ye or lizard skin northshores
  • + 0
 Sick grips, I'll be sure to check em out!
  • + 3
 The OURY's are pretty chubby.
  • + 0
 My favorite grips recently are the PRO grips. I have a set of Atherton's that I love but they are pretty slim, the other set are their FRS grips. AWESOME, ruffian texture but fatter and absorb impacts much better imo.
  • + 0
 to scotlanddownhill, Lizard skin north shore grips are pretty big, definitely larger in diameter than peaty's or ruffians. They were too wide for my liking, so maybe you want to give them a try.
  • + 1
 @scotlanddownhill, try thick version of Sunline Logo Lock-On
  • + 2
 dude. grip shift, really...? isnt that what kids use? or people who want to imagine theyre on a mx bike?
  • - 1
 tbh grips are grips, and if you need to have certain ones to make you a better rider eg; get out of gates faster. and for $30 you might aswell get three pairs of cheapo ones.
  • + 1
 the race face sniper are a little thicker, they are great for not wearing gloves too
  • + 1
 @scotlanddownhill How about these A HREF=http://www.jensonusa.com/store/product/GR401A01-Ergon+Performance+Grips+2010.aspx>Here/A>
  • + 1
 How quickly do these grips wear down? Would anyone say faster than usual?
  • + 1
 i have them they have lasted really long and i ride everyday
  • + 1
 Good to know then. All the tackier grips I've tried have worn down way faster, so a longer lasting pair would be awesome.
  • - 1
 @ RaleighVoid
Grips shift is lighter, cheaper, cleaner looking, and faster shifting then triggers.. After some hard crashes I have broken 4 triggers over the years.. It is nearly impossible to break a X0 gripshift to the point where you can use it anymore. And if you did manage to destroy a grip shift, its $70 to replace it vs. well over $100 for a new X0 trigger.
  • + 2
 Grip shift for DH is just silly.
  • + 2
 well not if you dont like trigger shifters
  • + 2
 Dont knock it till you try it.. I like it the best on my All-mountain bike, but I liked it on the Dh bike as well..
  • + 2
 I have tried it, I ran Grip Shift X-rays before most pbers were born. Ran them until 05 on my trail bike. Yeah not bad on an xc or trail bike. Tried it on a DH bike for a short time, very dangerous. At least in my opinion.
  • + 1
 I like it and have yet to find it dangerous on the DH bike. I really like it on the AM bike though.. I am more for the Durability and reliability over then triggers for Dh..
  • + 7
 Scotland bloke, find out what Rennie uses, he's something like 38 ft tall
  • + 1
 dont grip shifters come on like bikes from target and walmart.
  • + 0
 Yes, they do. Try riding rock gardens or jumps and drops. Defeats the whole lock on grip thing.
  • + 2
 I have raced the expert/pro course at the Hood fluidride and the old NORBA course at Schweitzer which both have significant rock gardens and never had a mis-shift. Jumping has never been an issue either other then If I am trying to table, then I will sometimes click a gear with out meaning to. I dont get why people are so against them.. They work for me and I have yet to find a reason why I should not run them. Its just my preference.
  • + 1
 I also run clips too.. So I am the weird one... haha but I have never felt like I was missing out by not being able to do all 3 at the same time.. I guess It just come natural and I have never really paid attention as to how I do all 3.. I do run twenty6 levers that help with braking, but I just have never had an issue with gripshift and trying to do everything..
  • + 1
 I can see the benefit in a race. But just on race day. When just shredding and training, flats would be the way to go, because you don't have to worry about being clipped in when crashing. If you crash in the race you're pretty much fucked anyway, so having better grip and being able to pedal better would possibly make the difference between winning and not winning.
  • + 1
 I ride road and XC as well so the whole clipped in thing never was an issue. I can get out of my clips to dab a foot in a turn and back on just as fast as I can with my Fivetens. And once you get used to being clipped in, the whole crashing thing is not an issue, once you get used to it, you can get out of them so fast that the whole crashing thing isnt a reason not to run them anymore.
  • + 4
 dam ! just when you thought it was safe to buy a decent grip for a fair price along comes TLD....now it'll cost 3x as much just for me to be a free advert for TL's signature when many other grips out there [ lizard skins are just as good at 1/2 the cost ]...i do real well with the old ODIs without supporting Mr. TL's plan to take over and rule the bike swag world with his Greedy Graffiti thank you !
Case in point: Liatt now sells a Troy Lee Designs brace that all you fawning TLD groupies can drool over AND, you get to pay even more than the "normal" Liatt rip-off price jus so all the other consumer lemmings can see what they are missing [ besides all that cash missing from their bank acct. when they go buy his 'signature' ]
hey, it's all good if that's how you roll, but i am just one of those hold-outs that still believes in 'fair price for fair goods'...silly me.
  • + 2
 ps. maybe i am just a woosy ofay but i can't imagine riding without gloves on any grip - gloves have more to do with crashing and chewing your hands up than grip - i wear MX type gloves w/ knuckle carbon protection etc and i can tell you without gloves i would have broken my pinky a few times on the trees i have swiped on the northshore - on the other hand i realize that with most of you guys it is 'manly manly' to wear as little protection as possible and a kind of testosterone badge of honor to have lots of scars; but hey, bin there dun that so no judjement, just saying...if you think not wearing gloves is a good idea because the grips you are running doesn't require them, think again, cause gloves have a purpose beyond grips....
  • + 4
 i have a pair of the tld odi, really like them! grippy, last long, and beleve it or not they DONT HURT your hands with NO GLOVES!
  • + 2
 I got puss hands and did ride off trail for some spinning and came home pretty raw - Riding these with gloves...LOVE EM!!! Sticky and feel confident I'm not losing grip on a bumpy ride - Price is a bit high and have found them for $21.99 at Go-Ride...got a pair for the future at that price
  • + 1
 been running these grips for a few months now and absolutely love them. the only draw back is the outer lip that comes up limits you from holding your hands on the outer part of the bar, but i sliced them of with a razor and good to go.
  • + 1
 I think the whole point of the lips is to position your hand in the optimal place, If you wanna run your hands off the end of the bar get the atherton PRO grips which have no metal lock ring at the end.
  • + 1
 i personnaly have had several pairs of lizard skins and odi grips but recently ivv been using a brand called "Dirty" and there fists-of-fury grips and ill say there the best grips iv ever used. the stay cool but are very soft and stay sticky. there also very durable and id recommend them to anyone
  • + 1
 I have these and have used them for around 6months now and love em!! they are great, i mostly ride with gloves but i did ride once gloveless and they were super comfy and caused no problems,dunno what the comment telling gloveless riders to avoid them was all about?? they are nice, soft and tacky,plus they look mint.
  • + 5
 or you could spend 8 quid on a pair of superstar lock-ons?!
  • + 4
 ^^ This guy knows what he is talking about. Totally agree with you mate. Not only are they 8 quid but in my opinion they are just as good as odi grips. Also, the £8 includes your own cutom design where you can choose the colours and grip pattern to create a completely unique grip that suits you. Look no further.
  • + 6
 And you get some Haribo!
  • + 1
 Where can you get the superstar grips from that you can customize? The only ones I find are just standard colours.
  • + 0
 superstar.tibolts.co.uk/index.php?cPath=60&osCsid=a8fa5d5615e3d09f0e9b90be1fb09179 find it here. There an extra 2 quid to customize, but £10 is still an amazing price for a set of double locking lock ons that are totally unique
  • + 1
 I can't agree with jcinkits on the grip comment because these grips are not just ODI Ruffians or any other already designed grip with the TLD logo slapped on - These grips are a NEW and completely different design with a collaboration between ODI / TLD

On that note...I couldn't agree more with jcinkits on the Liatt comment...nothing new about that brace besides a TLD sticker
  • + 2
 Just got a pair of these. I agree, I have no idea how you are meant to run them! It would have been good if they came with instructions. Also I reckon they are way softer/better feel than the ruffians
  • + 1
 Just got a pair of these for my DJ only paid $25 of course they cut me a deal since I just bought a wheel from them. Love the way they feel with gloves and with out hold your hands in place like glue.
  • + 2
 lol what a "deal"
  • + 1
 love my odi tld
if u touch them without gloves it feels like glue Big Grin but never go out and ride with no gloves. its really too aggressive. ive triedFrown .
but for me as a glove rider it is the perfect grip.
  • + 0
 You know this makes me laugh, any positive reviews of an American product and it gets bashed by Europeans. The Brits are usually the worst. Peaty grips are nice but wear out super quick. I have 2 sets of the TLD grips and find them the best for DH along side the Intense lock-ons. They last a decent amount of time, fit my small hands very well , very comfortable and grippy
  • + 0
 These grips take a minute to get used to with the flanges on the sides. But, once your used to them...you wont want another grip for DH. I have Peaty's on my DJ and love them also. There shouldn't need to be instructions on how to install these. Common sense will tell you to have the logo "Troy Lee Designs" visible to the rider on the bike. And the lines printed on the lock-ons work great if you give yourself a reference mark on your bars. The only downside is the limited color options. ODI has a HUGE selection of colors, so I am sure they will be offering others soon enough. As far as the wear is concerned...I have been riding the same pair of grips since July. I will probably get about another month out of them. The ends where my palm meets my pinky is worn past the grip design. I recommend these grips 100%!
  • + 1
 Question; "Throttle-Grip Effect"? Confused
Still, I'm quite happy with my Lizard-Skin ones atm. Might make my own in the future and really go all out on pimping. Razz
  • + 1
 "Throttle-Grip Effect" - When your non-lock-on grip slips around on your bar, like a moto throttle.
  • + 2
 i just installed these on my bike.... so far seem pretty grippy and the lips will prevent hands from slipping off ends
  • + 2
 £18 for a set of tried and tested grips which are renowned for being awesome - don't mind if I do!
  • + 5
 just a shame they are beyond useless when you come off and get ur gloves muddy , it all collects behind the edges making them more slippery then an eel in a puddle of WD40 !
  • + 1
 Why not £10 for a regular decent pair? I've never had problems with my sunline lock ons, and they're cheap as chips. Even ODI ruffians are about £12 aren't they?
  • + 1
 ODI X-tremes are the best, not so good without gloves though :L. Plus you can get gold lock on bits, what mre could u want Wink
  • + 1
 I rode these grips for a long time, maybe 5 months? I rode them downhill and you have excellent grip wet, or dry with or without gloves, awesome grips for the money!
  • + 1
 I had a pair of them, the had a good grip and looks nice, the yellow ones (in my own experience) lost the color fast with the sun.
  • + 1
 Have been using these grips since October. Genuinely best I have used. Comfortable, great grip whether dry, wet, muddy, gloves, no gloves.
  • + 0
 this is lame. the only thing i could see actually being worth out of a grip review is the quality an longevity of it, which was not mentioned whatsoever.
  • + 2
 Both of which are excellent BTW, they feel great in all weather, with or without gloves; and mine are showing no signs of wear after more than 2 months
  • + 1
 pree sure it was...
  • + 1
 Nothin compared to the new Sensus "Salmon Hook" lock on. Check them out. www.thesensus.com
  • + 1
 Can't wait to get the greenish-yellow ones..So sick, TLD does it once again!
  • + 1
 sorry MT but he only thing TLD does again - and again and again, is rip us off; but you are right, they are 'sick' : greenish yellow???! aaaarrrrffff!!! [ nothing personal, just my take :-) ]
  • + 1
 yeah i just like 'em cuz they go with my bike theme, And I am used to getting a shop hook up for all that gear, so yeah full price might be a little high, for something that will be destroyed in like 4 months
  • + 1
 yep, our fashion sense on our rides gets weird at times - i am into flames and skulls on my bike and gear - probably cause it pisses off non -riding aquaintences who are all 20 - 30 years younger and think i should 'act my age' :-)
  • + 1
 Nuts to them eh? We ride what we ride cuz we love to ride! Go big bro !
  • + 1
 hey, as for flames, if i can't ride as fast as a pro, i can look fast [ i have had so many full face head slams trying to go big, that is why i decided to have a flaming skull with a cracked head :-) on my lid - keeps me real and reminds me to challenge myself but not because i have anything to prove but yep, because i love to ride ]
  • + 2
 ODI are the only grips I use on all 3 of my bike
  • + 1
 I use these for 4x, they help position your hand perfectly, they are gripy and look cool too..
  • + 0
 you can't beat a pair of Peaty grips from Lizard Skins - perfect in every condition and comfortable with both gloves on and off - perfect!!!
  • + 1
 I came from the rogues and loved these! They feel great, and the patter is super secure in the conditions i tried them in.
  • + 1
 I dont wear gloves and my hands are fine! these grips are legend!
  • + 1
 ODI / Troy Lee Designs Signature Lock-On Grips it's very good.
  • + 1
 nice/.....like it...i want one......
  • + 1
 I've got black ones..cool but wish they were a bit longer
  • + 1
 Can't go wrong with Funn!! amzing system and grip.
  • + 1
 renthal kevlar. gloves no gloves. they work. well.
  • + 0
 its all about odi longnecks, end of.
  • + 1
 yeah for bmx. they are good when you're riding without gloves, but not with gloves.
  • + 1
 i ride a mountain bike ? and summer = gloveless and winter = gloves, the ultimate comfort and grip either way
  • + 0
 i am very happy with ergon ga1's
  • + 1
 ODI Cross Trainers FTW.
  • + 1
 Actually I do like those also, really comfy without gloves
  • + 1
 They're my grip of choice for both hardtail and trailbike.
  • + 0
 Lizard Skins Peaty Lock ons customized ALL THE WAYYY!!!!
  • - 2
 Wow. Worst article ever.
  • - 3
 good grip, but would rather run the Sensus grips
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