Why We Like The HPG-1 High Performance Grease
Optimized for high-end applications on road and mountain bikes, Park Tool's HPG-1 High Performance Grease combats friction to keep your bike running smoothly. Park Tool's proprietary grease blend provides superior adherence and longer lubrication life on precision ground and ceramic bearings, pivots, and suspension components. It's extremely water-resistant, preventing moisture from compromising moving parts. This grease formula handles extreme temperatures, meaning our bike's bearings, pivots, and suspension will stay properly lubricated through icy winters and blazing summers alike.
- Quality grease keeps stuff moving that should
- Great for bearings and pivots
- Water is kept at bay with a thin coat of grease
- Not intended to be used as a chain lubricant
- Item #PAR001P
- proprietary blend
- bike maintanence
- Manufacturer Warranty
- limited lifetime
5 based on 2 ratings
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November 19, 2022
Keeps everything moving
- I've put it through the wringer
I live in an area where everyone complains about killing bottom brackets and hub bearings constantly, but I put a bit of this grease in all my bearings twice a year and everything just works, no complaints. I'm not sure if it's better or worse than other grease on the market but it's a great price for the amount you get and is in a convenient tube, and the color is a cool blue. Anyway, it keeps my bike happy, been using it for years.
February 18, 2021
First Time User
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Finally had a chance to use the Park Tool HPG-1 grease and was very impressed with it. I?ve used other grease before but I can tell this grease was different from the others. This is a great addition if you are doing some bike maintanance yourself.
Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com
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