WTB serves up Restricted Version Wafel grips to profit Sierra Buttes Path Stewardship
There are big things happening out in the Lost Sierra. The already impressive network of trails are built for all uses, and they’re rapidly expanding. Soon, the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship hopes to complete 300 miles of muti-use off-road trail that will connect 15 different communities in the Lost Sierra of California.
And since that area is near and dear to the team at WTB, they’re once again stepping up to help out.
For riders looking for a little extra comfort and grip at the bar while helping to construct more trail, WTB’s Limited Edition Wafel grips hit the spot. Designed with large blocks of smushy rubber, the grips have a 30mm diameter, and 130mm length.
The grips include Limited Edition integrated locking collars with ‘Yuba’ and ‘Downieville’ printed on them. Weighing in at 70g, the grips will sell for $20.95, of which $5 from every pair sold will go straight to the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship.