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My hand are more relax!
Would be nicer if they had some "give" to cushion road shock. But they are comfortable in terms of hand support.
The locking clamps on the handlebar grips are a good improvement over the stock grips. The rubber is also firmer, which I personally like, too soft and the grips feel mushy/unstable. The right side/shorter grip did have one issue which was the medial locking clamp. Its screw protrudes out far enough that it digs into the skin and makes it uncomfortable to grip. My solution was to remove the medial clamp on the right-side grip and saw off the plastic end. This made it fit flush with the gripshifter and more comfortable to hold.
Sprained left wrist has caused me some pain when riding. I love being able to tweak the angle of the grip to "just right" comfort.
I have a Liberte and these were slightly wider than the old grips so I did have to move the brake levers and shifter.
Excellent quality as usual from Zizzo!
I have about twenty five miles on the new grips and the difference
in the pain level in my hands and shoulders is a lot less than before.
I will continue to make improvement on my Liberte.
Love this bike.
These "ergonomic" handlebar grips seem to be well made, and after a couple of rides I find them more comfortable than the original grips. They support the palms of my hands and are a good value for $15.
One caution is they are wider than the original grips so I had to move my bakes handles and gear shifter inwardly so the end of these grips wouldn't fall off the handlebar. They need to lock and grip by the medal bands on both ends of the grips. If you are not comfortable with the mechanics of shifting the position of the brake handles and gear shifter on the handlebar you might want to pass on these.