Joystick Dual Lock On Grips

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Description

Comfort and control!

your grips are one of the three contact points you have with your bike, so they better be comfortable!  The Dual Lock-On Grips from Joystick feature a narrow profile with a well-designed rubber pattern that increases control and provides damping.  Combined with dual integrated lock-on clamps, these grips give you slip free performance and the control you desire. 

Features:​

  • 135mm length. 
  • 30mm diameter. 
  • Integrated alloy end caps. 

 

 

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5

Really good grips

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Nicely packaged, nice design and easy to install. My only problem on my first run was I had a bit of sunblock and sweat making them a little slippery. I got some cheap kmart gloves to ride with now anyways but they are really good. Will buy again if I manage to stack it and ruin them for sure.

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Really good grips

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Nicely packaged, nice design and easy to install. My only problem on my first run was I had a bit of sunblock and sweat making them a little slippery. I got some cheap kmart gloves to ride with now anyways but they are really good. Will buy again if I manage to stack it and ruin them for sure.

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ItemBarcode
Joystick Dual Lock On GripsHSDLCKGRP
Black With Black Clamps834920003113

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