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I bought a cheapo fixie bike from Walmart back in March. After riding through summer time traffic in Ocean City, MD a couple of times I decided my ...
You are going to need: -An old inner tube -Scissors -Electrical Tape
Measure out how long you want the grip to be. (Mine are just wider than my hands.)
-Cut a straight line down the side of the tube. -You may also want to wipe out the inside of the tube with a rag, there is some ...
-Sit the tube on the bar and put a piece of tape on the tube going into the bar. -Tape the shorter section to the bar itself. Make ...
-Pull the longer side of the tube around the bar making sure it is tight. -Tape the edge down. -Get rid of any wrinkles by stretching the rubber ...
Using electrical tape, start at the end nearest the stem and wrap the tape tightly around the tube, the tighter the better. -It doesn't have to be electrical ...
This little (a little larger than a 50 cent piece) Wolf spider almost got me while i was crouched down wrapping the grips.
After the grips are wrapped tight you are finished, just cut the tape and make 'em look pretty. Now repeat for the other side.
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