New Björn Recycled Grips are Made from Castings of ODI Grip Rubber

Upcycled or recycled? Either way, you can cycle with these mountain bike grips.
Photo: Björn Bikes

Mountain biking is becoming more sustainable, one small step at a time. A stainless steel frame company called Björn Bikes has recently partnered with ODI Grips to produce a 100% recycled handlebar grip from shards of rubber that are left over after making ODI squeezers.

The black single lock-on Björn grips have an offset center that the brand says adds comfort where it’s needed. The 130mm long recycled grips are available at Björn Bikes now for $29.50.

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