Ergon GP5 BioKork Handlebar Grips

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The GP5 BioKork offers all ergonomic advantages of every Ergon grip, dissipating pressure and optimizing the hand and wrist position, yet combined with the unique feel of natural cork. The angle adjustable multi-hand position bar end features rubberized insert for a firm slip free hold.

Weight: 395g ( Large )
Grip length: 140mm
Bar end length: 130mm


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Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
By Brooke
11 May 2023
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsNone to date.
ProsMultiple hand positions, quality.
I bought the large grips. They are expensive, but they are excellent. The quality is clear and they have added further hand positions on my flat bar which I find really useful on longer rides. A good investment.
Questions & Answers (6)
What bar end is this
01 Dec 2021
Your picture shows different bar ends on the product. Please could you confirm which bar end it is. Is this the one with the cap that can be removed?
Thank you for your enquiry, yes the end plug can be removed
Would these be OK on a 25.4 mm handlebar?
01 May 2021
The grip section needs to be 22.2mm.

Thanks - 04/05/21
Can these be used with a mirror?
21 Aug 2020
I see you have the Ergon GP5 BioKork Handlebar Grips in stock. Is it possible to remove the cap ends and attach a mirror unit? Your photographs show two different ends to the grips, one of which shows there is no blanking plug that can be removed.
Yes, there is a simple bar end.

Thanks - 25/08/20
Is it possible to just purchase the bar end if you already own the grip?
23 Jun 2018
Unfortunately the bar ends are not available on their own.

Can These Be Cut Down To Suit Rohloff Equipped Bikes?
10 Dec 2015

In theory they can be cut down, but it is not something we would recommend as they ergonomics is designed around having the full length grip. We actually now fit full length grips to all of our bikes with Rohloff shifters so you get the full ergonomic effect of them, you do have to move your hand slightly to change gear though.

What Is The Difference Between Small And Large Grips?
23 Oct 2013
Are these compatible with a rholoff right hand shifter ie is the right grip shorter?
Thanks in advance for your help and sorry this if this sounds like a stupid question..

Question relates to ergon gp5 grips.

The right hand grip is not shorter I'm afraid, the small versus large on refers to the thickness and size of palm rest of the grip. To get a smaller right hand grip you'll have to go for the ones that are labelled up as Rohloff specific.