Get a Grip! Fyxation BMX and Track Grips

Feel the power of the Session 700 tire in the palm of your hands. When we set out to develop the Fyxation BMX and Track grips we wanted to take the best features of the Session 700 tire and combine them with an ultra-comfortable rubber.

The end result is a super grippy yet comfortable grip that matches not only the color but the exact tread pattern of our tires. Just like on the Sessions our diamond tread pattern provides excellent control. We tweaked the rubber we use for the grips to give them a soft feel that's just as good for long tours as they are hitting the park.

BMX Specs:
Length - 175mm
Width - 26.5mm
Weight - 81g

Track Specs:
Length - 147mm
Width - 30mm
Weight - 123g

[caption id="attachment_543" align="aligncenter" width="225" caption="Fyxation BMX Grips"]Fyxation BMX Grips[/caption]

[caption id="attachment_545" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Fyxation Track Grips"]Fyxation Track Grips[/caption]

1 comment

  • Mike hop

    I would like to purchase a pair of the neon green grips

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