Ritchey True Grip WCS review
We’ve always liked Neoprene foam grips. They’re light, comfy even if you choose not to wear gloves, and much tougher than they look. But the best news is that Ritchey’s six-sided True Grips now come in locking versions.
There’s an Ergo model with a pronounced palm bulge and a more obvious flare at one end, or a standard one for riders who don’t want the palm bulge. Both have enough give to absorb minor vibration.
The Ergos are said to be a few grams heavier but our test pair, at 117g, were 12g lighter… these things matter to some. Fine grips either way.