Oury Grip Single Compound Grips

Oury Grip Single Compound Grips
Oury Grip Single Compound Grips
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Single Compound Grips by Oury Grip
Sometimes the things we appreciate most, remind us of our youth. This is true of Oury Grip Single Compound Grips. Single Compound Grips. They have a long history of use for Motocross and BMX. If you grew up torn between mashing pedals or twisting a throttle grip, then having them on your mountain bike is akin to warping back in time to the days of old when you had fewer worries and nothing to do but have two-wheeled fun all day long. These grips have a blocked design that's as comfy as it gets in a round grip. Known for being durable, we think the basic design adds to their ability to last for years. The wide range of color choices is great for those who like to add some flair to their rides. Just try to remember to get home in time for dinner.

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