GA2 Single Twist Shiftblack
- For Single Twist Shift
- MTB Ergonomics
- Rubber made in Germany
Ergonomic handle that provides more contact surface.
– MyBike 04/21
No more cramping forearms on long downhills.
– VeloTotal 05/2017
Grips great and provides great cushioning.
– aktivRadfahren 08/2017
The Ergon grips offer a very good grip and lie comfortably and twist-proof in the hand.
– bike 04/2018
*Weights may vary in production. Weight per pair. **Price can vary by country.
When mountain biking, a good portion of the rider’s pressure rests on the handlebars. Over time this can compress nerves within the hand and cause discomfort, pain or numbness. The design of the GA2 allows the rider to rest their hand in a wider position, counteracting the common discomforts of a tight, narrow grip.
The priorities of high quality materials is one of Ergon’s core values. The soft, durable and pure German rubber with specific texture layout offers a great deal of comfort and control on the bike. With an internal clamp, more space is available for a wider grip. The GA2 provides an ergonomic texture layout and vibration damping while reducing gripping strain.
The GA2 Single Twist Shift (long-short version) is specially designed for single twist shifts. Rubber-sheathed outer clamps offer generous space with a wide grip position.
The material used in Ergon grips meets the highest quality purity standards, is TÜV-certified, durable and absolutely unique in the world of cycling grips. Developed without filler and using medical grade white oil as the only plasticizer. The UV-resistant rubber compound has been developed and is manufactured exclusively for Ergon in Germany. Ergonomics, product design and engineering – all Made in Germany.
The internal aluminum clamp of the GA2 series leaves ample space for a wide gripping style.
The wall thickness of the inner core is tapered, meaning it proceeds with different, precisely calculated diameters to optimize the damping comfort of the grips.
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