SRAM Red eTap BlipGrip

SRAM Red eTap BlipGrip
SRAM Red eTap BlipGrip
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Red eTap BlipGrip by SRAM
Made exclusively for aero bar extensions and base bars, the SRAM Red eTap BlipGrip gives you a secure mount for (you guessed it) your SRAM Red eTap Blips. The BlipGrip just slides over the end of your aero extensions and is secured in place with a 2. 5mm screw. The soft, yet durable polypropylene construction delivers a cushy grip, while its 360-degree rotation allows for easy adjustments to meet your specifications.

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SKU: SRM00BY
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