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  • Ergon Ergon GE1 EVO
  • Ergon Ergon GE1 EVO
  • Ergon Ergon GE1 EVO
  • Ergon Ergon GE1 EVO
  • Ergon Ergon GE1 EVO
  • Ergon Ergon GE1 EVO
  • Ergon Ergon GE1 EVO

Ergon GE1 EVO

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The GE1 is one of the most ergonomic rider orientated mountain bike grips on the market. Available in two sizes slim and regular depending on your hand size.

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  • The evolution of the successful GE1 continues
  • Slim version offers a more direct feel than the standard GE1 Evo
  • The new rider-oriented, ergonomic grip for wide riser bars
  • Thanks to the feedback collected from countless riders of the Enduro World Series, the Ergon design team succeeded in further improving the popular GE1 Slim in certain details
  • Surface texture is now even more slip-proof and the rubber compound softer, lending constant precise grip
  • Handlebars are wide and gripped right at the end, while rider's elbows are kept bent
  • This position dictates the construction of the grip and, in turn, the grip prevents typical issues associated with tension in the arm and hand
  • Increased damping thanks to use of a new dual rubber (silicon based) compound with textured zones which are oriented against the direction of rotation of the hand
  • Lightweight, high-quality aluminum clamp which is secured at the inboard end of the grip
  • Carbon bar compatible
  • Provides support and control for Enduro, Dirt & Freeride
  • Use: MTB / Enduro / Gravity / All- Mountain
  • Material: GravityControl Rubber
  • Clamp: Cold Forged Aluminum / CNC Machined
  • Weight: 95 g
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