Ariete Handlebar Grip Set

Ariete Handlebar Grip Set

$49.95+ $5.00 Shipping

SKU: 7290612

Ariete Handlebar Grip Set

Replacements for models with heated grips.

With these replacement grips, it’s possible to restore your bike’s appearance and comfort. Over time, the rubber wears out and the gripping qualities are reduced. Instead of replacing the entire expensive grip assembly, if you are careful, you will be able to simply replace the grip rubber and save a substantial amount of money. These grips are original equipment quality and a direct replacement for the original BMW part. Installation requires extreme caution to avoid damaging the heating elements. We cannot be held responsible if your heating elements are damaged during installation.

The grips have an inside diameter of 24mm and they are 125mm long with an open end.

Please note: Not compatible with models that have the Multi Controller on left handlebar.

Fits the following models:

HP2 Sport:          2008-2011
K1200RS:             1997-2005
R1200C:               1997-2005
R1200CL:             2002-2004
R1200GS:            2004-2012
R1200GSA:         2005-2013
R1200R:               2006-2014
R1200RT:             2005-2013
R1200S:               2006-2008
R1200RT:             2005-2008
R nineT:                2014-2016
Installation tips:

  • Remove bar end weights and or throttle lock
  • With a sharp razor blade, utility knife etc. very carefully cut along the length of the grips. Be careful not to cut too deeply or you may damage the heating element. Slice just a little at a time until you can tear the grip rubber apart.
  • Peel off the old grip rubbers
  • Remove as much of the remnants of grip rubber (if present) as you can to make the surface as smooth and clean as possible
  • Install the new grips **
  • Reinstall bar end weights and ensure that they are tight. Thread locking fluid is recommended on the bar end weight bolts and it may be necessary to re-adjust your throttle lock if you have one.

** When installing the grip rubbers, you will need to use something that will act as a lubricant for installation and an adhesive thereafter. Some ideas are a universal spray adhesive or rubber glue and some brands of hair spray have been known to work very well. Whatever agent is used, apply to the inside of the grip and the heating element, then quickly slide the grip on and twist and position it as needed immediately before the lubricant dries.