Posted by Jimmy James on Feb 17th 2015
First of all, I ordered black racing grips, not Monster Energy stuff. I got it and don't really like monster energy all over my grips. I am using it anyway. I have a regular sized handlebar and it almost doesn't hold on. The grips are terrible quality. I have ridden about 35 miles of easy riding, and they are starting to fall apart. The rubber is pulling off and it is wearing away bad. I don't recommend you buy these.
Posted by wayne rogers on Sep 8th 2013
I ride over 30 miles per day 3 or me times a week and these grips definately reduce fatigue on your hands and at this price they are less expensive than lesser quality grips sold in local dept stores and are made to fit the throttle too, a definate for any rider
Posted by William Bernard on Apr 12th 2012
looks good, feels good. they are supposed to be hard to get on, so get the inside wet with rubbing alcohol. then slide it on, its easy with lube on it. the alcohol then soaks in and eventually evaporates, and the grip is on there for good.
Posted by Jenifer Jaecks on Jan 11th 2012
I bought a set of these, and while they are great grips, they were a bi.... um, not fun to put on the bars. Hey, at least that means they aren't slipping off accidentally!
I am getting new handlebars-- one of the grips is on the throttle, so that is taken care of, but the other grip is so tight on the bar, I am assuming the only way to get it off is to STRUGGLE to get it off or... just buy another pair, which is what I just did. (They are so dirt cheap that getting a new pair isn't a big deal.)
Don't put these on until you are SURE you are ready to have them never come off ever again!