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My name is Jeff Jones. I'm a cyclist committed to the non-suspended bicycle. My ideas and passion have created an exceptional ride - a trail-blazing geometry that delivers superb handling, comfort and efficiency. My bikes are available in titanium and steel, to be ridden off-road (and on) for exploring and racing, adventures and fun. They are outrageously responsive bicycles - frame and forks designed in harmony to provide a rigid bicycle that is anything but. A pure cycling experience like no other.

Jones Gnarwal EVA Grip

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This grip is manufactured out of lightweight EVA Foam (weighing in at just 20g) and is designed to work with the Jones Gnarwal which has a 22.2mm outer tube diameter.  The grip itself is 165mm in length, an outside diameter of 34mm and a durometer rating of 50.  Adding this grip to your gnarwal allows for confident control with a more open handed grip when compared to riding with a bare gnarwal.  This grip is sold as a single grip with no bar end. 


Installation Instructions:

1) Push on with rubbing alcohol or compressed air.

2) For permanent attachment clean the gnarwal first using alcohol.  Use a high-quality spray adhesive* such as 3M Super 77 to keep the grips locked on in all conditions.  Spray enough inside the grip and on the gnarwal to lubricate them, then quickly slide the grip onto the bar, scooping out excess from the inside of the grip, and in between the grip and controls as the grip nears the correct position.  

*Adhesive can be used on aluminum and carbon gnarwal when installing the EVA Foam grips.


Note: You only have about 15 seconds to work with the adhesive -- Have everything ready!


Get the grip installed by a qualified mechanic if you don’t feel comfortable doing it yourself.


!WARNING: Always ride your bike with appropriate bar plugs installed.  In the event of a crash, an open handlebar can result in serious injury.  Before every ride always try twisting the grips to make sure they are tight.  Do not ride your bike if the grips are loose because doing so can result in serious injury or even death.