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What happens when ledgendary companies Troy Lee Designs and ODI team up to make a grip? Awesome!
Designed with TLD's "For The Worlds Fastest Racers" motto in mind, the ODI/TLD features ramped knobs to that clear mud and water build up whilse also providing an extrra padded feel. These are a mid thickness grip, not as thin as a Ruffian, not as thick as a Rogue. They have a slight flange on the inside. The outside of the grip is over moulded over the clamp slightly to increase the usable size. The inside lockring is laser etched to ensure you get the rotation of the grips spot on, everytime.
Did we mention the colour ways scream TLD's unique style too?
I used to use ODI Rogue on my old bike but decided to run the TLD ones on my new Scott. I decided to use the TLD grips this time as they have a control flange at each end, which I find great for confident feel without getting in the way. The TLD are a little slimmer and firmer then the Rogue which isn't really noticeable when wearing gloves anyway. TLD grips also have etch makings for installation
I bought these to replace some other expensive brand that didn't lock onto the handlebars. Being an aggressive rider the original grips would slide off on a 60km ride. These ODI grips have been on the bike now for 200Km and haven't moved a bit. I use gloves and the combination of gloves and the grip pattern gives confidence that your hands won't slip off even in pouring rain. The offset hand guides at either end of the grip are a nice addition that allows you to clock the grip where you like the hand guides to be. Overall very happy with them and would buy them again for any mountain bike.
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