Direct connection and long life

Basis

Basis MTB Grips Chromag Mountain Bike Parts Components
Basis MTB Grips Chromag Mountain Bike Parts Components
Basis MTB Grips Chromag Mountain Bike Parts Components
Basis MTB Grips Chromag Mountain Bike Parts Components
Basis MTB Grips Chromag Mountain Bike Parts Components
Basis MTB Grips Chromag Mountain Bike Parts Components
Basis MTB Grips Chromag Mountain Bike Parts Components
Basis MTB Grips Chromag Mountain Bike Parts Components
Basis MTB Grips Chromag Mountain Bike Parts Components
Basis MTB Grips Chromag Mountain Bike Parts Components
Basis MTB Grips Chromag Mountain Bike Parts Components
Basis MTB Grips Chromag Mountain Bike Parts Components
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For applications where the rider wants a firm, direct connection for performance in high intensity scenarios

☛ 142mm length
☛ 30mm diameter
☛ 15a durometer

☛ Pair of grips with clamps and end caps

☛ Double clamp with tear drop clamp

Specs

Durometer // 15a

Length // 142mm

Diameter // 30mm

End Clamp // Dual clamp, split teardrop

Weight // 104g per pair

Click here to view the grip user guide.
Basis MTB Grips Chromag Mountain Bike Parts Components

Questions?

Don't hesitate to reach out with any and all questions!

Contact Us

Worldwide shipping

We ship anywhere in the world with competitive rates from UPS and FedEx. Alternatively you can pickup right here at Chromag HQ.

Service Guide

Need more info on setup, service and spare parts?

Check out our user guides here.

Warranty

All of our parts are backed by a 1 year warranty.
After that we still have your back with our crash replacement program.

key features

Get to grips with our handles.

Durometer Explained

Essentially, durometer is a measure of hardness. The lower the number, the softer the material.

Keep an eye out for this in the "specs" section.

Some models are available in our Supa Soft compound which measures at 9a.

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Clamps

Our grips have 3 distinct clamp styles;
single, double & none.

You may or may not have strong feelings about which style to run.

Colours

Our grips are available in a wide range of colours to suit your style and match the rest of your bike.

(Even if your style is all black everything.)

Grip FAQ's

Almost certainly! Our grips will fit on any bar with a 22.22mm diameter (where the grips sit).
All MTB bars (and most others) are 22.22mm.

You can! Find them here.

Generally speaking, the softer the grip (lower durometer number), the quicker it will wear out.

To mount non-lock-on grips, we recommend placing some cable ties (approximately five) inside the grip with the clasp at the outer edge of the grips. Slide the grips on - the zip ties should allow a smooth and easy installation. Once the end of the grip is flush with the end of the bar, use pliers to pull the zip ties out, one at a time, from the grips. Voila! 
Compressed air is also an option.

You can read the full user guide here, but the main points are:
• Follow handlebar torque specs.
• Make sure the grips are on all the way, especially for single clamp models. Lightly tap with a mallet if unsure.
Never use hammer-in style bar end plugs in carbon bars.

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Customer Reviews

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Sam C.
amazing grips

these grip give the perfect amount of sofness yet are still grippy.

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Catherine D.

Basis

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Giovanni
For dry conditions only?

This is a first-ride impression. Overall the construction quality is very good, as I expected from Chromag. However, I am not convinced by the design. I used it under the rain, brand new, and when still dry or humid these works well but when "soak" in rain became very "greasy". Was this because were new? Was it because of some residual "oily" product on the surface? Or are these supposed to be used with gloves in the rain? I do not know, but It was not safe! Another minor point to consider is the section, which was a bit too narrow for my large hands. I think that having the best fit is more important than having a slightly more direct feeling.

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Andrei B.
Grip of choice for all my bikes

I ride glove-less. 95 % of the time.Would use a glove when its cold but thats so rare.I just love the feel of the grip and although in the begining I only used them on my trail bike now my dirt jumper also has them on.I just dont like any other grips.Santa Cruz release now some soft ones not too thick that might be intresting to test out at some point but this is definitly my go to grip on any bike.Im hoping there is enough good feed back so that Chromag would continue to offer them.

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BCH
Nice and tacky!

These grips work great for me as I like a narrow grip. They are also very tacky which helps as I like to ride gloveless. My current pair, season plus riding, is starting to wear out but they just keep getting tackier and tackier so I have yet to replace them. I would recommend them to anyone looking for a smaller diameter grip. Lastly I like the dimpled aesthetic and built in end cap.

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slick r.
Grip it, rip it!

Very nice grip, responsive and sticky. Used this pair in blk to replace my stock Giant grips, they are beautiful, feel great, more dexterity. I'm not crazy about the end plugs, but I found my old lock rings fit so I used them. I'm thinking about the Chromag bars to match.

PROS: Easy To Install, Attractive Design

CONS: Don't Like End Caps

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Daniel W.
Very comfortable and sexy

Great grips! They feel great and look sexy! I especially appreciate the metal ends that keep it in tact when I catch the ends on trees

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K F.
Ah, nothing great

The company is awesome!!! These are really just ok. After about 9 months of riding they started to peel off and leave a sticky residue. impossible to keep little turd balls of dirt from collecting. Not very comfortable either I wouldn't buy this model again but I would buy from Chromag again for certain.

Thanks for the feedback Fae. We design all of our grips with grip and tack in mind, which is why we use 25a durometer for most models, however with the Basis, because it has a denser structure in the tread design, we can use a very soft 15A. They can wear but providing superior grip is paramount over grips lasting a few years. It could happen from abrasion but the pilling/balls described can also happen as result of being in direct sunlight for extended periods.
As for comfort, the Basis is actually one of our more narrow grips (30mm) focusing on bar and bike feel. The Squarewave (31mm) or Squarewave XL (33mm) might provide more padding.
Either way we're sorry you didn't have a fantastic time with the Basis, and we thank you for your continued support.