Ready to dive into the Vital MX 13 days of Christmas? So are we. First up on the list? A bunch of goodies from Renthal. Remember, these are not only gift ideas, but by commenting below, you’re entered for a chance to win everything you see in the article below...and that works for every other day of the 13, as well. Simple! Yep, you have to be a Vital MX member, but it’s quick and easy to join, and best of all it’s free. We like free, and we’re guessing you do too. Please, one entry per person.

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The Renthal Twinwall Handlebar ($119.95) uses their patented construction method, where the bars are formed from two aluminum tubes. (Well, actually they like to call it aluminium.) The outer tube is a tough 7010 T73 material, which offers extreme resistance to damage from clamps. The inner tube is a 7010 T6 material. Each tube is anodized, either to prevent corrosion (outer), or to prevent wear from controls and grips (inner), and feature laser-etched positioning grids.

The Twinwall is crossbar-equipped, to add strength while still allowing flex, and a injection-molded pad is installed on every bar.

With nine bends, four colors, there’s something for everyone, and they’ve got a large roster of factory teams using their equipment.

Ready for some additional stocking stuffers?

Renthal’s Grip Glue ($7.95) is specially formulate to provide plenty of adhesion for your grip/bar interface, but without eating up the rubber material and causing the grips to split or fail.

Need a little prevention against thumb blisters? Renthal’s Grip Donutz are a mere $2.95, and are available in Grey, Blue, and Red.

More? How about that factory touch with Renthal Clean Grip Covers? These goodies are relatively inexpensive ($8.95), and are designed so that you can keep your grips clean while working on and transporting your bike. Velcro keep them in place and ready for fast removal, and they’re equipped with Renthal graphics.

And finally, for the last bit of holiday cheer in today’s batch of goodies, we’ve got the Renthal’s Dual Compound MX Grips with Kevlar brand resin ($19.95). With the dual compound construction, you get added durability where you need it in the flanges, inner sleeve and ends, with the grip component of softer compounds.

Renthal takes this a step further by adding Kevlar resin particles to the grip, which allows them to create the softest and tackiest material they’ve produced, but which also lasts much longer than their standard soft grips.

Okay, that’s it for today’s gift ideas. Need more info, or want to order online? Check out Also, don’t forget to leave a comment below to get entered for a chance to win all of them!

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  • slamdmini

    12/21/2009 4:46 PM

    nice bars

  • RonSkj

    12/21/2009 3:50 PM

    Imma say... I like them Renthals

  • jock

    12/21/2009 2:48 PM

    These would be a great upgrade from my 971's.

  • Jdwilson307

    12/21/2009 2:38 PM

    I've run Renthal grips for years and they work like a charm and fit my smaller hands as well.

  • motokid40

    12/21/2009 10:27 AM


  • Harlan

    12/21/2009 1:31 AM

    Renthal is so goooood!

  • calimxer91

    12/20/2009 7:00 PM

    Cant go wrong with Renthal anything.Good stuff.

  • Kawi

    12/20/2009 10:41 AM

    Looks nice!

  • superorbital

    12/20/2009 9:39 AM

    Me like very much!

  • KTMTroopeR

    12/20/2009 7:26 AM


  • travymoto1

    12/20/2009 6:50 AM

    Those are the shizzle!!!!

  • ECDmx

    12/19/2009 10:16 PM

    I <3 vitalmxxx effin harddddddddddddd

  • Short 43

    12/19/2009 4:34 PM

    I bet I would win all of my races with that set up.

  • motodemon102

    12/19/2009 3:36 PM

    these would be awesome considering I just trashed my renthals on my rmz 450..

  • HuskyEd

    12/19/2009 3:22 PM

    I need some new bars.

  • suzukirm12594

    12/19/2009 12:55 PM

    Now those are some pro looking bars.

  • neysbo

    12/19/2009 12:13 PM

    Twinalls are super durable and have great bends

  • kawi538

    12/19/2009 11:47 AM

    ive been wanting to try the renthal twin wall bars

  • all out

    12/19/2009 10:45 AM


  • whoopdedoo

    12/19/2009 7:17 AM

    I've always used renthal bars, grips, and sprockets

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