Lock on grips,they go on and off real easy,
But if you have regular non lock on grips,you can slide a skinny screwdriver between the grip and handlebar and work the grip loose by moving the screwdriver all the way around the grips inside to break it loose from sticking.Try not to scratch up your handlebar too much by doing this,you gotta be a little careful using a screwdriver,if you can find somthing with a softer edge but still rigid enough to be pushed down the inside of the grip then use that if you can,I've always just been careful while using a screwdriver.You can also spray wd-40 as you go around the grip while breaking it loose,this will make it a peice of cake to slide the grip off.Everyoone has there own tricks though,you'll probably come up with your own too.
quick,,,ride across the rainbow,before it turns to black.
Clydesdale Rider @ 300 plbs.
2007 Stumpjumper elite with a 2008 Fox Talas 32mm.RLC fork.