Not All BMX Grips Are Created Equal

Posted by David Brake on

Face it: Those grimy, tattered grips are just not cutting it anymore. Do you really want to touch sticky, melted rubber each time you ride?
Of course not.
Treat your bike well and you'll reap the benefits. 
Here are six options for different grips you can purchase right now.

S&M Mike Hoder BTM Grips

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These best-selling signature grips from Mike Hoder and S&M are born to mobb. Ultra-soft and super grippy. Made by ODI in the USA. Look like Hoder.

Cult Sean Ricany BMX Grips

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Sean Ricany's signature grip from Cult Bikes. With a proven pattern and a soft and grippy compound these grips do not sacrifice comfort for durability. Proudly made in the USA by ODI.

Animal Edwin V2 BMX Grips

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The new version of the classic Edwin DeLarosa flangeless signature grip. The grips are designed with a wavy mushroom style pattern that is soft and comfortable. They also come with a matching pair of our plastic sewer cap bar ends.

Cult x Vans Flangeless BMX Grips

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Featuring a waffle pattern like the classic Vans sole, Cult's collaborative grip with Vans has been a rider-favorite since its release because of its comfort and durability. Available in a selection of colors while supplies last.

Credence Reynolds BMX Grips

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Clint Reynold’s signature grips are made in the USA by ODI from a Super Soft compound for the feel Clint wanted. Designed with a little smaller Diameter and shorter length than most of today’s “street” grips. Medium sized flange.

Fly Ruben 2 BMX Grips

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2020 marks the 15th anniversary of the iconic Ruben Alcantara signature Ruben grip, so Fly had plenty of time to come up with some improvements to this classic grip.


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