Once again the Jericho ATV festival (and UTV) is upon us and we can't wait to throttle though the trails of the park along with cruise through the streets of Berlin at a much safer speed ; ) Another thing we look forward to with this annual event is it gives us a chance to interact with our customers at our booth and receive direct feedback on our product. We are always looking for comments and suggestion on how we can fine tune our grips to fits customer needs, this puts your hands at ease and our minds....
Well, It has been a long winter for everyone, but I firmly believe we have nothing but better days ahead of us here in the Northeast...even if it is currently snowing outside my office window as I type this. May the sunshine be with you!
I wanted to take a minute to talk about one of our products that seems to be gaining the most popularity among ATV clubs/ crews/ squads, and that is our fully custom grip. Our design engineer starts from scratch using your ideas and transferring them to a Computer automated Desig...
Back by popular demand...The Big Belly Gripz Rider Sponsorship Program
Okay we lied, this is actually our first official program. Before our sponsorship awarding process was kind of a shyt show of un-organization (Not going to lie). But now we got it together *pats self on back*
Here is how it works, its simple:
1) Email Bigbellygripz@gmail.com and request a Application
2) We will send you back an easy to open old school word document application you can fill out and send back with or without your resume.
Hello Fellow Riders today we will talk about applying your new Big Belly Gripz to your handlebars! Quickly...
Side Note: This is what we do, opinions vary. You can use what ever adhesive you feel comfortable with as long as it will strongly and safely adhere your gripz to the bar (must be able to adhere silicone to metals such as steel or aluminum).
You will need :
A wooded popsicle stick
Permatex Adhesive Sealant: Clear RTV Silicone (NOT the gasket maker) or other appropriate adhesive