Certain option combinations (sizes, colors, fitments, etc.) are more expensive than others.
In this case the option is more expensive than the base price,
so a price adjustment of has been added to Your Price.
Please select a Color and Type to view availability.
Drop us your email and we'll let you know when it's in.
Have a functionality, fit, or otherwise product-specific question about the Driven Racing Grippy Grips? Ask it here!
If you have a customer service or shipping question, please direct it to our Customer Service department.
Dan F: better grip and vibration dampingJul 24, 2014
William T: Love driven products, especially their grips. In my humble opinion, Driven makes the best grips out there. I have tried all of their grips except for the SBK Street, I would have bought a pair of them with this order but, the color I wanted was out of stock. Got on the email list for when they are back in stock. Once I've tried both, I will give a review.Jun 25, 2014
A shopper asked:Are the grips in a set the same size? I placed one grip of the throttle tube with alcohol without a problem. When I went to place the other of the clutch side, the grip it too big and wrinkles when I put any rotational force on it.
The package says nothing about them being different diameters.Apr 15, 2014
Eugene S:One grip has a wider opening for going over the throttle, the other one goes directly onto the handlebar. Since the throttle grip fit good your bars may be different from a standard bar. It should take a good bit of force even with alcohol to get it on the clutch side. Apr 17, 2014
RON D:They should be different diameters. Bigger for the throttle, smaller for the clutch end of the bar. Did you put the small on on the throttle by mistake? They are stretchy enough you might be able to do that.Apr 16, 2014
tom k:They fit fine on my GSX-R 1000 with no problem. If they are different sized for throttle and clutch then I got lucky and put the right ones on each side without checking 1st. Guess the chances were 50/50 there.Apr 16, 2014
A shopper asked:I just i nstheged One grip on the throttle side of the bike. When I went over to install the clutch side, the grip fell right off because it's too big. Did I install the grip on the wrong side? ie are the two groups different internal sizes?Apr 15, 2014
Andre L:1st off, the two grips are compently different. One goes on the throlle tube, the 2nd goes on the clutch. Also when putting on new grips please use hair spray and maybe even some safety wireApr 21, 2014
A shopper asked:I was wondering if these were open or closed end grips for the black grippy grips (not the grippy thin grip). The picture shown has them as closed but the description says open-end design. Also, would they fit a 2003 yamaha yzf-r6?Aug 6, 2013
Chris KStaff:Yes, these are the open-end design. Unfortunately, Driven didn't have any stock photography available showing the black in open-end configuration. These are universal fit, so if you have 7/8ths inch bars, there shouldn't be a problem installing them.Aug 7, 2013
tom k:They are open ended. As for fitment, they should fit. I installed a set on my GSX-R 1000 and they fit fine. I had to slightly modify the throttle side plastic grip retainer on my bike (cut some of it away) so the grip would slide all the way on other than that they fit fine.Apr 16, 2014