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Ergon GP1-L Anatomic Grips Nexus/Rohloff - Large

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The GP1 series of grips offer maximum comfort and the best possible pressure distribution. They feature a forged alu clamp for fast and secure installation. The support platform is individually incrementally adjustable for the correct hand angle by simply turning the grip.

Ergonomic Cycling Grips
- Preventing soreness and numbness in hands and fingers
- Providing optimal pressure distribution on the palm
- Precision ergonomic fit provides increased control
- Angle of support easy adjustable for optimum comfort
- Single clamp for easy and safe installation
- Anatomical shape prevents dispositioning of the hand (Carpal tunnel syndrome)
- Minimal pressure on the ulnar nerve due to maximal hand seating

Compatibility: Rohloff / Nexus
Size: Large
Length: Left 132 mm / Right 96.5 mm
Clamp: Forged aluminium
Use: All mountain, touring
Product Reviews (3)
Questions & Answers (1) Q & A
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Product Reviews (3)
Overall Product Rating 4.7 / 5
Very Good Grips
By Geoff
06 Dec 2012
5 / 5
I recommend this product
These fix very securely to the bars, look and feel great, very supportive. Top marks!
High Quality - Durable - Good Support - Great
By Jon Koppang
11 Apr 2012
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ProsGood support - Fits great
I have had problems with preassure on N. Ulnaris using traditional grips but "Ergon Rohloff Grips" is a great help to prevent this problem.
This grips fits tight and stays in position without sliding in rain and cold.

Ergon Rohloff Grips
By Roger
09 Aug 2011
4 / 5
These are really great. Very comfortable and good looking.
Questions & Answers (1)
Large vs Small?
19 Apr 2020
Which dimensions are different between the two versions? How much is the difference.
Disappointingly Ergon don't state, they say:
These sizes refer to the gripping circumference. The Large size is a thicker grip, and the Small is a thinner grip. Two size options offer better hand closure around the grip surface. These size differences have a direct impact on the overall handling of the bike, as well as comfort.
From MY experience everyone uses L except for people with very small hands RT 20/04/2020