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
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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 (3)
Can I fit a bar end mirror with an Ergon GP1 grip?
17 Feb 2022
Thank you for your enquiry, yes you can just replace the supplied bar end plug as required
Are these suitable for Brompton M Type handlebars?
28 May 2021
Thank you for your enquiry, yes will be fine
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