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Lock-On Bicycle Grips - The safest grip in any weather!

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Lock-On Bicycle Grips - The safest grip in any weather!

The problem of slipping and twisting handles comes to an end with the installation of lock-on handles on the handlebars. Lock-on grips are now available from almost all manufacturers and in different diameters, lengths and colors. The advantage over the standard handles is that the handle body under the handle rubber cover must be bolted firmly to the handlebar tube. The handles usually have a plastic core, through which they are very easy to put on the handlebar ends and to place. This makes it possible to find the perfect grip position by slightly turning the handles. Once the correct handle position has been screwed in, the handles are firmly screwed to the inside of the handle with an aluminum clamp, or with two aluminum snaps on the inner edge and handlebar end.

Depending on the handlebar and handlebar material (aluminum or carbon), the torque specifications of the manufacturer should be observed during assembly. The best way to do this is with a torque wrench. Modern bicycle grips often have a certain ergonomics and shape, which can only develop their potential with precise assembly and alignment of the handle. This is easily possible with lock-on grips. Due to the simple assembly and the resulting perfect alignment, these bicycle grips offer you great advantages.

Lock-On Bicycle Grips - The safest grip in any weather! The problem of slipping and twisting handles comes to an end with the installation of lock-on handles on the handlebars. Lock-on... read more »
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Lock-On Bicycle Grips - The safest grip in any weather!
Lock-On-Griffe

Lock-On Bicycle Grips - The safest grip in any weather!

The problem of slipping and twisting handles comes to an end with the installation of lock-on handles on the handlebars. Lock-on grips are now available from almost all manufacturers and in different diameters, lengths and colors. The advantage over the standard handles is that the handle body under the handle rubber cover must be bolted firmly to the handlebar tube. The handles usually have a plastic core, through which they are very easy to put on the handlebar ends and to place. This makes it possible to find the perfect grip position by slightly turning the handles. Once the correct handle position has been screwed in, the handles are firmly screwed to the inside of the handle with an aluminum clamp, or with two aluminum snaps on the inner edge and handlebar end.

Depending on the handlebar and handlebar material (aluminum or carbon), the torque specifications of the manufacturer should be observed during assembly. The best way to do this is with a torque wrench. Modern bicycle grips often have a certain ergonomics and shape, which can only develop their potential with precise assembly and alignment of the handle. This is easily possible with lock-on grips. Due to the simple assembly and the resulting perfect alignment, these bicycle grips offer you great advantages.