Rizoma's hallmark care for detail shines out in the Lux, making it a unique grip, full of elegance and exclusivity. Machined from aluminum billet for prestige and long service life, it features sophisticated detailing, and a racing rubber grip for exceptional reliability and grip. With a vast range of colors available, it suits any model or make. These grips fit all motorcycles with 22mm bars. Includes multiple throttle cam inserts as well to achieve the correct setup for your bike.
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Submitted By: Tim Barnes on 01/11/2014
Fitted to S2R1000 with Speedymoto clip-ons, the grips are shorter than OEM grips so the throttle cable clamp needs the pin filing down, or the bars drilled, but as I was changing the bars it was an issue I would have had to deal with anyway. They look great, are hard wearing, but the grub screws that secure the grips to the bars can work loose so a light thread lock may be needed
Submitted By: Douglas Cates on 03/29/2013
I have the black and silver grips on my Monster796 and they look really great...plus they don't seem to wear out like cheaper grips
Submitted By: Prabusekar Rajasekaran on 07/26/2012
I have bought the RED handlebar grip for my Diavel carbon RED. It looks amazing with my bike and matches the color well. The issues I had are 1. Removing the stock grips were very difficult and it took lot of time and WD40 was used to remove. 2. This handlebar grip leaves a gap in the bar and I couldn't bring it closer. Initially I felt it is a big gap but over the time i don't notice it anymore. Overall I am very happy with the comfort of the grip as well as look of it.
Submitted By: kenneth wilson on 06/17/2012
The grips look and feel great, however they are about 1/2 inch shorter than the OEM grips leaving an obvious gap between the outboard edge of the grip and the bar end weights on my Divel.
I removed the OEM grip by inserting a small screwdriver between the grip and bar, sprayed WD-40 in the gap then removed the screw driver. This allowed the OEM grip to easily slide off.
I sold the grips to a Monster EVO owner who drilled new locating holes for the cable housing. This eliminated the gap between the grip and the bar end weights.
after about a 1000 miles The anodized side of the grips are showing wear marks from the riders gloves.
I would not have bought the bgrips if I had known about the gap between the grip and bar end weights.
Submitted By: John Vickers on 08/29/2011
Hardest part of the conversion was removing the left OEM grip. The throttle grip barrel was not exactly the same size as the OEM so the cables needed to be adjusted. They look and feel fantastic.