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Grips from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

Rubber grips, aluminum accent grips for all your street bike needs.

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  • Kuryakyn ISO Grips - Standard

    Kuryakyn ISO Grips - Standard

    Harlan in NY

    Comfortable. Confident. Quality.

    This is my 2nd set of Kuryakyn ISO Grips. I had a set on my previous bike and like them so much I just put a pair on my Yamaha Venture. They are larger than the stock grips making it more comfortable for my XL glove-sized hand. The grips are solidly made, easy to install, and hold up very well. Ergonomically designed and very comfortable for long days in the saddle. I highly recommend them.

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  • Oxford Heaterz Touring Heated Grips

    Oxford Heaterz Touring Heated Grips

    Cory in NV

    Best heated grips on the market

    These work really really well. Plenty of heat and adjustment to get the right temp. Easy instal

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  • KTM Heated Grip Kit

    KTM Heated Grip Kit

    Doug in MT

    Nice factory parts!

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  • Pro Grip 719 RVGS Gel Grip - Closed End

    Pro Grip 719 RVGS Gel Grip - Closed End

    Brendon in MO

    Great buy

    Put onto my ninja 650. Long rides are much more comfortable and the grip itself is good not slick at all. I have a little over 2000 miles on them and they still look brand new. Cant beat them for the price.

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  • Bike Master Universal Heated Grips

    Bike Master Universal Heated Grips

    Mason in UT

    Tricky Install-Easy Use

    I bought these back in November of 2017. I ride a KLR 650 and have been riding quite frequently to work. I ride down into the teens with these grips and while possible at those temperatures, riding with the grips did start to get uncomfortably cold again. The back of my hands would get cold while the front would be piping hot. Not really the grips fault, because my gloves are just too thin, but worth keeping in mind. That said, these grips have been perfectly capable of generating enough heat in slightly more reasonable conditions, like around 30 degrees outside is perfectly comfortable at 70mph as long as I have these grips cranked up to the max. They were a bit difficult to install, as my left side was so tight I had to smack it with a rubber mallet to get it to slide on, and then the right side was so loose I needed to use quite a bit of the included super glue. Once they were on, however, it's been a breeze.

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