All information about: " Ergon Handlebar grip GP2 with Bar Ends S"
The original two-finger bar end version of the GP series is perfect for occasional gripping and hill climbing. Our GP series is the worldwide reference for wing grips. The particularly easy-to-fit clamping mechanism (pat. pend) of the GP2 is especially beneficial for laymen. Approved for carbon handlebars.
Easy on the nerves
When cycling, the hands support a large part of the upper body weight on the handlebar. This creates a lot of pressure on the small surface of the handlebars. Often pinching off the very sensitive ulnar nerve, which runs in thereich of the little finger ball, just below the skin surface. This can cause numbness. The wing grip increases the contact area of the hand, distributing pressure more evenly and preventing discomfort.
No kink â no tingling
The bending of the wrist compresses nerves, tendons and blood vessels. Consequently, the carpal tunnel narrows and can damage the median nerve. Prolonged cycling with increasing fatigue makes it difficult to maintain a healthy posture. The wing design of our GP grips supports the hand, automatically places the wrist in an ergonomically ideal position, preventing numbness, tingling and pain.
Thick and thin for the best control
In order to always have your bikead under control, your hand should not completely enclose the grip. Ergon offers many grips in the sizes âSmallâ and âLargeâ. The difference refers to the grip width. That is, a larger hand has a better form fit on a thicker grip, while a smaller hand has a thinner grip that fits best. For hand (shoe) sizes 6,5â8,5 we recommend the size Small, for 8,5â10,5 the size Large.
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|Use||Touring, E-Touring, MTB-Touring, E-MTB, Fitness|
|Weight||approx. 210 g|
|Barend||Glass Fiber Composite with rubberized grip surface|
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