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Vento Solocush Tacky Bar Tape

1.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
Current price: $31.49 Original price: $34.99
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Vento Solocush Tacky Bar Tape

Fi'z:k's Vento Solocush Tacky Bar Tape is designed with racing in mind but ready for the everyday grind. Its low weight won't slow you down, while it's Solocush material provides vibration and impact absorption to protect your hands and wrists.Its streamlined design ensures a low-profile fit while providing a platform to reduce fatigue. The Tacky surface helps your hands grip confidently despite moisture, so the presence of perspiration or precipitation won't bring you down.


  • Race-ready bar tape for road cycling
  • Solocush material is streamlined yet protective
  • 2.7mm thickness provides weight-conscious cushion
  • Tacky surface offers traction in varied conditions
  • Item #FIZ008Q
2 bar ends, 2 finishing strips
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Overall Rating

1.5 based on 2 ratings

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1 out of 5 stars

October 19, 2023

Part of it began to peel immediately

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

So disappointed. Paid to have it applied and part of it began peeling immediately. Will need to replace it when I have time. This should be refunded along with the cost of using it.

jstp628320 j

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com

2 out of 5 stars

August 16, 2022

Good grip until you sweat

I've used it several times

A bit more fussy than others to install, just pull tight and doublecheck your work (I didn't and looks like feces on a few bends). Color is pretty good but I prefer the neon on my old Deda grip, padding is that Goldilocks "not too thick not too thin", and the grip is nice and tacky (think old school receiver gloves with a light coat of some stick 'em sprayed on) when dry or mildly sweaty. However, once you get decently sweaty (I did ~2k vert/3 mile hill today) the grip is essentially gone to where I lost confidence and descended about 10mph slower than usual on this route.

el d29

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com