Cane Creek Ergo Grip II Bar End
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A revolutionary concept that delivers significantly improved leverage and control compared to normal bar ends.
Top Features of the Cane Creek Ergo Grip II Bar End
- The locking clamp mates with Cane Creek Grips eliminating the need for one of the grip's clamps
- Dual density moulded construction combines an aluminium and resin exoskeleton with a firm rubber covering
- A stiff and positive bar interface with grippy surface texture
The ergonomic profile extends both fore and aft of the bar fitting your hand naturally. Weight is aligned over the centre of the steering for much greater control.
About Bar Ends
Bar ends are used by cross country mountain bikers, touring cyclists and long distance riders who require an alternate riding position, rather than just the grips. Bar ends offer a different position to the standard flat bar grips by allowing you to rotate your wrists by 90 degrees and allowing you to be able to pull harder on the climbs when out of the saddle, or just to relieve the boredom of the single position when on longer distance rides.
About the Cane Creek brand
Cane Creek components have been ridden to numerous wins in world-class events. Professional racing teams that have used Cane Creek components include: Mountain Bike Racing,3D Racing, DEVO, Haro, Honda/Turner, Michal Prokop/Author Racing, Rocky Mountain, Subaru/Fisher, Trek/Volkswagen. Cane Creek started in 1995. Their first product line had brakes, headsets, hubs, and shocks. Their original air-shock design gradually won over a suspension universe that was in thrall to coil shocks. While they have continued to assert their leadership all their product categories, they have expanded into other areas that can benefit from a dose of their "technology that makes sense." In 1999 they acquired the Thudbuster suspension seat post and have since upgraded its patented design to provide what has been called the "ultimate upgrade for hardtails."
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Magazine reviews for Cane Creek Ergo Grip II Bar End
Review from Cycling Plus
But what was most noticable was the improvement in comfort. They're great.
Easy to grip and extremely comfortable. They're great.
Rating: Overall: 9/10
Product Q & A
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The bar ends would only weigh approx 50-60gms approx a couple of ounces in the old money i.e. not 1/2 a kilo - unless weight is a big issue not a problem.
They don't clip in or clamp over the grips:-
You need to slice off the grey bit on the outside of the grips with a stanley knife and move the whole grip inwards (and gear/brake controls) to leave 21mm bare bar for the bar end to slip onto. It's pretty simple to do, should take about 10 mins.
Take the end caps out of your bars.
Loosen the gear and brake controls.
Move the grip inwards to leave 21mm of bare bar.
Push on the bar end fully and tighten.
Reposition and tighten gears and brakes.
Depending on your existing grips, you might need to slice a bit off the end with a sharp blade (eg stanley knife) to be able to slide the grip across.
This shouldn't take more than about ten minutes. Good luck!
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