The Red Bull Rampage is one of the freeride mountain bike world’s premier events. Now, component brand AMS has teamed up with Rampage to produce a pair of branded grips that bring the energy and verve of the Utah desert to your home mountain.

 

The Cero and Berm both come in black with a bronze-colored collar emblazoned with the Red Bull Rampage logo in white.

Cero Grips

The Cero grips feature a two-pattern design—large inward-facing diamonds at the thumb and outward-facing, smaller diamonds around the rest of the grip, with a waffle pattern on the bottom side. There’s just the hint of a flange at the end. The Cero grips will cost you $35.

amx rampage grips on a white background

Here are the specs:

  • 132mm total length
  • 30mm constant diameter
  • Constant thickness
  • 94 grams (3.46 ounces)

Berm Grips

amx rampage grips on a white background

The Berm grips are a little cheaper at $30. They sport a tapered diameter—thick on the outside and thinner towards the inside. The pattern is uniformly small diamonds, overlaid by waffle ridges on the underside.amx rampage grips on a white background

 

Check the specs:

  • 135mm total length
  • 29.5mm inside. 33.9mm outside diameter
  • 102 grams (3.6 ounces

Both pairs of grips lock with a single inside collar and come with free returns and a lifetime warranty. This video from Redbull doesn’t actually feature many close-ups of either style but does have some fun riding, so enjoy!

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Sean
2 months ago

The “Berm” grips are literally just the Planet Bike Happy Hands grip but in a different collar color and $10 more expensive.

R-M-R
R-M-R
2 months ago

… and the Planet Bike Happy Hands (the Diamond Joe, specifically) is just the Velo Attune Steady. So many grips and saddles are either a Velo catalog item or a Velo with a custom modification (ex. stock rails and shell with custom top). Nothing wrong with that, though, as Velo makes good products … just embarrassing when the marketing department pretends it’s something special.