The GA3 Single Twist-Shift is designed for 1x twist shift set-ups like SRAM XX1 and Pinion. The fully integrated, rubber enclosed lock-on clamp (collar) on the outside of the grip provides plenty of space for a wide grip stance. This concept combines the relief benefits and wrist support of an ergonomic wing grip with the freedom of movement of rounder style grips. With DNA from our popular GA2, the GA3 offers optimized shapes and advanced surface textures to reduce gripping forces. The super soft, UV-stable rubber compound is exclusively manufactured for Ergon in Germany and allows greater grip, delivering more control on demanding terrain. Rubber covered outer clamps offer an even wider grip position for generous space. The end plug is replaceable. Compatible with carbon handlebars.
The original ergonomic grip – continually improved over the last few years. As the worldwide standard in ergonomic function, materials and quality, the GP1 has a new internal structure. More comfort is ensured by the three-part internal support platform with varying wall thickness. German-made rubber compound is of the purest quality. Forged aluminium clamps, unlike the pressed clamps preferred by the copies.
The BioKork version of the GP3 with a 3-finger bar end provides a wide range of use, ranging from mountain bikes to fitness to touring bikes. The bar end angle can be adjusted independently from the angle of the grip for the perfect personal fit and the bar end doubles as a clamp to lock the grip in place and prevent movement while riding. Like all the grips in the GP-Series, the GP3 BioKork eliminates numb hands, aching fingers, and tired forearms. The grip body is made up of 40% cork, which is sustainably grown in Portugal and able to meet strict ecological guidelines. The central core uses 20% less plastic and is reinforced with natural fibers. All components of the grip are produced with regards to sustainability. - Carbon bar compatible - Bar end material: fiberglass composite with rubber inserts - Uses: mountain biking, touring, commuting
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