Most grips are considered to be a pro size grip. Mini grips are a smaller grips designed for smaller hands.
First, clean and dry one end of the handlebars. Apply a liberal amount of grip glue to the surface of the bars and inside the grip. Slide the grip onto the bars immediately. Be sure to wipe off any extra grip glue on the bars or grip. While the grip glue is still wet, twist the grip until it is completely straight. Repeat the process for the other side. You will need to allow the grip glue to dry 6 to 8 hours or overnight before riding.
First, make sure the handlebars are clean and dry. There a few houshold items that will make grips stick to the handlebars such as window cleaner, WD40, hairspray and more. Twist the grips until they are straight. When using these items, make sure you allow plenty of time for the grips to stick before riding.
When removing grips that have not been put on with grip glue, pull the flanged end of the grip up and pour a little water under the grip. Work the grip in a twisting motion until the grip comes loose and slides off the bar. Remember when reinstalling the grips they have to be completely dry of water.
If the grips were put on with grip glue they will probably have to be cut off.
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