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Renthal Road Race Grip
Renthal Road Race Grip

$ 11.69 $12.99
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Item #REN000M

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Verified Purchaser
San Diego, CA
Great grips

I had a pair of these on my old bike and really liked them, so I ordered a pair for my girlfriend's bike. Nice and soft, but they do actually wear out pretty fast. Nothing crazy, like with in a few rides, can probably get 20-30 rides, if not a bit more out of them. But they're pretty cheap, so not a big deal in my mind.

Verified Purchaser
Boone, NC, USA
Not for me.

I didn't like these grips at all, they are just to thin for me. I felt tons of vibration through them. I took them off after one week and went back to another brand. If you're looking for really thin grips you might like these. They seem to be made really well, they just weren't for me.

Verified Purchaser
Houston, TX, USA
Best grips you can buy for the price

grips are sleek and comfortable. they grip firmly. not bulky and ugly like pro grips and rizoma grips. i run these on all of my bikes

Verified Purchaser
Torrance, CA

Best grips ever! I put them on all my bikes.

awesome grips for roadracing and adding to clipons nice and thin and give u a great grip

2 Questions
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Q: Do these come as a set? or just one grip?
2 years 6 months ago
Expert MotoSport Staff
2 years 6 months ago
A: Grips are sold as a set.
Q: I have a 07 gixxr.. im having a hard time getting the right grip over the piece on the throttle side.it that how it is so i got the wrong grip? thanks
Over 9 years ago
Over 9 years ago
A: I don't know how old this question is, but 2 things. Firstly, the grips are different sized, not much of a difference, but the slightly smaller one if for the left side, the bigger one is for the right, as it has to go over the throttle tube. Secondly, they're supposed to be really tight, if you haven't put them on yet, try using an air compressor with a fine tip, kind of shove it under the grip as you put it on, then give it some air from the compressor and work it in little by little.
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 9 years ago
A: They do fit snug. did you notice that the grips have a different inside diameters? the larger inside diameter grip will need to go on the throttle side, to accommodate for the throttle tube, and the left side will have a slightly smaller inside diameter to fit proper on the bar/bar end. And using grip glue can help slip the grip on smoother, or using forced air can help too.
# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
Firm G149
Soft G147