Best grips for shock absorption

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Cyco
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by Cyco

kevhogaz wrote:
Cyco wrote:Oury, non-lock on variety


Good choice. I use the same grips, but in the lock-on variety. The padding on 'em is pretty good, and I was using 'em on my rigid 29er for a while.


I was using the non-lock-on, but had one come loose and so I switched. The lock-ons are far firmer than the originals
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Briscoelab
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by Briscoelab

I love ESI Chunky grips. But I've also had good luck with the Ergon GS1. I'd like to give the new GA1 Evo grip a try as well.

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zik
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by zik

+1 Esi Chunky

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