The GP2 takes the best selling GP1 grip body and adds an adjustable 2 finger bar end for additional hand positions and leverage. The new 2 finger GFK bar end delivers increased grip thanks to the rubberized anti-slip lower texture, and optimized ergonomics. Bar end and grip body can be independently adjusted dependent on preference. The bar end also double as the locking clamp for the grip.
- Barend size 2 finger, 35mm
- Barend made of lightweight Nylon-Composite (GFK) with rubber inserts
- Carbon bar compatible
- Compatible with bar-plug style mirrors.
- German made rubber compound, latex free, UV stable.
- Right and Left specific grips.
- Available in 2 sizes.
- Available in 3 shifter styles/configurations.
Offered in Small or Large, this is the thickness of the grip in hand. The Small and Large are the same length and have the same wing size. The only difference is the thickness of the grip in hand. Riders with smaller hands are best to choose the Small size. Riders with large hands are an ideal fit to the Large size. Ultimately, choice of size is a rider personal preference.
Standard: 2 full length grips
GripShift: 2 short grips
Nexus/Rohloff: 1 full length Left grip, 1 short Right grip
Why bar ends?
Barends offer the rider additional hand positions. Bar ends also allow greater leverage when pulling on the handlebars. Ergon offers its bar ends in various length to suit the demands of all riders.
Used the online tool to pick these grips. They are comfortable but would have liked the grips with alternative hands holds. Just had carpal tunnel surgery so other grip positions would have been better. Will try other ergon grips with my new bike.
I own two Brompton bikes and I have these grips on both. The grips are great, and the customer service could not be better.
I've used the GP2 grips for over 5 years and have purchased two more pairs!
They are great: comfort, stability, and hand positions.
I have these grips on all of my mountain bikes-- comfortable for everything and ideal for long distance. It's great to have multiple hand positions and nothing better than a wide platform for dissipating pressure and letting my hands rest. I've been riding Ergon grips for bikepacking since 2009 and couldn't possibly be comfortable with another grip day after day.