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Review: Formy 3D-printed bar grips make a lasting impression

You don't need to be an ergonomics expert to know that custom-fit cycling products are typically more comfortable than their off-the-rack equivalents. And thanks to the advent of 3D scanning and printing technology, we're now seeing that sort of "personal touch" being increasingly applied to everything from frames to saddles … plus you can now add handlebar grips to that list.
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