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    New Grips?

    Im looking for some new grips. I want lock on's that will last a while and have a comfortable grip style. Any suggestions?
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    Ever slip a pedal and slam into the seat? That little thing would disappear until I later got to the ER.

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    Go with the rufians (I LOVE THEM) or the intenses, there almost as good. Unless you like a thick grip then go with the rouges
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    Oury's are the shite nothing else compares.

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    second on the ruffians-- I run them on both bikes and absolutely dig them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaindogT
    second on the ruffians-- I run them on both bikes and absolutely dig them.
    Which one's, the Ruffian MX's or just the base Ruffians. I'm leaning towards the base ones.
    Quote Originally Posted by Internal14
    Ever slip a pedal and slam into the seat? That little thing would disappear until I later got to the ER.

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    I guess just the base model ruffians-- just regular garden variety lock-on ruffians---not sure what the mx are....

    Sorry if this was no help to you...

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    I have big hands and the odi rogue are choice for me, any odis are fine really.... Go to the shop or look online and see what you want, cant really make a bad choice.
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    Odi

    Another vote for the Ruffians.
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    yeti hardcore lock on's

    They are really comfortable

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    I have been running Raceface Diabolus loc ons on my DH bike for ages and they've lasted well and been comfortable. Changed them today for Ruffian Loc ons and first impressions are good.

    I run Bontrager big earls on my other bike and they are also really comfy but I've not had them long enough to comment on wear. Big advantage to these grips are that they are dirt cheap!

    Rob

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    Lizard skins logos are good but they are not the softest. although with gloves they are fine and they will last for ages

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    another vote for the yeti's,
    I just got a pair for my demo and love em.
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    strictly ruffians for me, i've got them on all my bikes....


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    Rogues here. Last longer than the Ruffians too. I've had both, and the Ruffians are too small for my hands...

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