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Extensive material research and design testing, plus expert and carefully detailed craftsmanship, have produced the ultimate standard in grip comfort and beauty. Anti-vibration large pad design eliminates numbness and slipping for any hand size. Made in the U.S.A.
5 inches long (127 mm)
4.5 inch circumference
7/8" I.D. left hand grip
1" I.D. throttle hand grip
1.26 inches O.D. (32 mm)
5 ounces (141.5 grams)
Posted by TB on 9th Jun 2014
Bought this offline for my KLR 650 after my old set of grips wore out. Bought these after having a pair of offroad oury grips on my ATV for over a year and still looking like new. Knew these would be amazing grips but had to cut the end of the grips off to get the handlebar ends on. Then went to put the grips on and they fit extremely tight. Took my dad (350 lbs) and I (250 lbs) shoving to get these grips to push on.
Oury: A wee bit of rubbing alcohol will help the grips slid right on (allow 24 hours for the rubbing alcohol to evaporate) or an air gun, will make install easier.
Posted by Kevin on 30th Apr 2013
I started using these in the 80's and no matter what always go back to them no matter what bike I am riding. They are thicker than any OEM grips that I have encountered, which I like, and in general more comfortablethan any other grip I have tried.
Posted by Unknown on 15th Nov 2012
In Europe, you won't find Oury Grips at every corner of your street. With this grips on my bike I am sure I will make the difference.
I am glad to see that the shipping took only 10 days from the US to Europe !
Posted by Devin M on 8th Oct 2012
In my opinion, these are the best grips you can buy. They're comfortable, stylish, elegant, and durable. If you find a better grip out there, let me know, but I think these are as good as they get.
Posted by Thomas Day on 15th Sep 2012
I've been putting Oury Road/Street grips on my motorcycles for as long as I can remember. Since I've been riding since 1963, I suspect that means I've been using them as long as they have been around. I carry a spare pair when I'm touring, in case I decide to "lay 'er down" and shred myself and bits of the bike, because I don't want to be stuck with a substitute for any kind of serious distance. I recommend these grips to all of my friends and no one has ever suggested it was a bad recommendation. Great product!
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