Motocross / Dirt Bike / ATV Grips that don't slip!
September 17, 20192 min read
If you ride dirt bikes or ATV's you have probably had a grip slip on you. You also know how nasty it can be to remove a grip and install a new one with grip glue. The cleaning process is mind numbing and the installation process is like a race to the death with the glue which will stick your grip in exactly the wrong spot, yet only last for a ride or two until it breaks free. You try to wire the grip on but the grip wire and special tool is tricky at best, and leaves you poking your hand with the wire, and it still slips! The next thing you know, your bike has two throttles because your left grip spins as freely as your right!
There is a better way. Some of you might already be aware of locking grips, but there is another solution called FUSION GRIPS. At Risk Racing, we have developed a way to bond our premium, dual-density motorcycle grips to a handlebar in a way that is easy to install, and just as easy to remove and clean. We call it our Fusion Bonding System.
Our grips come standard with the entire Fusion Bonding System. No more need to glue or wire your grips to keep them from slipping. Simply install the bonding strips on your handlebar, similar to just putting on a sticker. Remove the backing on the bonding strips and spray it down with our fusion catalyst. Now simply slide on the grip. At first the fusion catalyst spray acts as a lubricant making the grip slide on easily. You have time to get your grip positioned exactly how you want it, and after about 10 minutes, your grip is ready to ride. When you are ready for new grips, simply cut off the worn grip and peal off the bonding strip. It is that easy.
Additionally, our grips have a few cool patent pending design tweeks you won't find on other grips. The flange on our grips pull away from your thumb to prevent the common "side of the thumb blister", and we feature a micro texture that offers more actual gripping surface area. Finally, the ends of our grips are about twice as thick as an average grip, which prevents the end of the grip blowing through the bars in a wreck.
What the following video to see Risk Racing Owner, James Burry, demonstrate the full install process.