The problem of slipping and twisting grips has an end with the installation of Lock-On grips on the handlebar. Lock-On grips are now available from almost all manufacturers and in different diameters, lengths and colors. The advantage over standard grips is that the grip body under the grip rubber cover must be firmly screwed to the handlebar tube. The grips usually have a plastic core, through which they are very easy to plug and place on the handlebar ends. Thus, the perfect grip position can be found by slightly turning the grips. Once the correct grip position is screwed in, the grips are screwed tightly with an aluminium clamp on the inside of the grip, or with two aluminium clamps each on the inner edge and on the end of the handlebar.
Depending on the handlebar and handlebar material (aluminum or carbon), you should follow the torque specifications of the manufacturer. The best way to do this is to use a torque wrench. Modern bicycle grips often have a certain ergonomics and shape, which can only unfold their potential if the grip is mounted and aligned precisely. With Lock-On grips, this is possible without any problems. Due to the easy assembly and the resulting perfect alignment, these bike grips offer great advantages.