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Ergon GP3-L Handlebar grips - large

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Set of 2 GP3 Ergonomic bicycle handlebar grips with bar ends from Ergon - Large

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The GP3-L Ergon grips provife maximum comfort and best possible pressure distribution in a grip designed for touring or mountain biking. Turn the grip to get the correct support platform position. Includes built in bar-ends.

As of late 2020 these are now compatible with carbon handlebars

Effective pain protection for hand and wrist

Ergonomically correct hand position and optimal pressure distribution

Secure, single bolt clamp

  • Gender: Unisex
  • Size: Large
  • Clamp: Aluminium forged - tighten to 7 Nm
  • Use: Mountain bike, Touring, Communting
  • Length: Left grip - 130mm, Right grip - 130mm
  • Outer circumference: 922mm
  • Glove size: 8.5-10.5 (Large / Extra Large)
  • Material: Medical approved rubber - Made in Germany

Developed in partnership with the German Sport University - Cologne

Compound made in Germany

Note: The GP3 was previously known as the GR2

Brompton note: For Brompton M-type handlebars you will need to cut (with a Stanley knife or equivalent) approximately 6mm from the inside end of the grip in order that the grip fixes securely to the handlebar

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  • Asked by Ken Twydell
    on 16/11/2020
    Will these fit an Electric Brompton? I ask because when folded, the handlebars are very near the ground. Thanks Answer:
    No these will not fit without the handlebars being trimmed and the angle will also need to be adjusted
  • Asked by Jack
    on 14/05/2021
    Hi there, I've just received my set of Ergon GP3's from yourselves. I intend to use them on my Brompton but I have a S-type bar. Does the 6mm trimming you refer to for M-type bars also apply to S-type as well as I've noticed they don't fit perfectly. Thanks, Jack Answer:
    No there should be no timing needed for the S-bars, please just make sure these are pushed fully on and sometimes you may need to move the triggers in slightly

Data sheet

Grip length130mm