GP1 BIOKORK GRIPS
Sustainable comfort. What does it mean? Comfort that lasts mile after mile on any ride? Durability long-lasting construction? Environmental sustainability that helps you comfortably sleep at night? Try all of the above. Using their award-winning GP1 grip design, Ergon GP1 Biokork grips are every bit of sustainable comfort you could hope for. The complete construction strives to be as environmentally friendly as possible, using reinforced plastic utilizing natural fibres, cork sourced from sustainable Portuguese forests and recyclable aluminum. If supreme comfort and peace of mind aren't enough, they look darn good too!
- Developed specifically for straight handlebars
- 100% recyclable aluminum clamp ensures secure grip that wont move from desired position
- Portuguese cork sourced from sustainable forests
- Available in Small and Large hand sizes
- Long/Long for bikes with standard trigger shifters, single speed or Brompton flat bars
- Carbon bar compatible
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Canada: We use UPS, Purolator, Canpar or Canada Post within Canada. All applicable Provincial Taxes are charged at checkout. Orders may take 1-2 business days to process. A tracking number will be provided by email.
USA: We use UPS or Canada Post/USPS in the USA. No US or Canadian Tax is charged at checkout and all cross-border Fees and Duties are prepaid so there are no surprises. Orders may take 1-2 business days to process. A tracking number will be provided by email.
About Ergon Grips: Renowned for their beyond-rigorous testing and meticulous attention to detail and design, Ergon is a team of proud German cyclists and innovators. As the name suggests, Ergon's focus is on bicycle ergonomics - ensuring that its riders can experience the greatest comfort at any contact point on their bike. Whether this is the most comfortable saddle, position-correcting grips or form-fitting backpacks, Ergon's commitment is to making sure that cycling enthusiasts get the most out of their ride no matter how long they want to go, year after year.