Bicycle grips or rubber handlebar grips constantly come into contact with your fingers and affect the handling of the bike. They should not slip on the steering wheel and rub in the palm of your hand. There are anatomical grips with an extension for the palm and standard. There are grips with caps in the steering wheel, the caps do not break with side impacts of the steering wheel, while the handles can break. Often for convenience, hand rests or handlebar horns are attached to the steering wheel. They serve so that the cyclist can change the position of his hands while riding, and also protect his hands in case of lateral falls. Different colors allow you to make your bike not only comfortable but also beautiful.