Zipp’s Service Course SL-80 bars keep the drops close and within reach, and because they’re angled outwards by 4 degrees, your wrists remain in a strong, natural position. This lets you get low and aero without compromising comfort or control. Zipp left the transition from the tops to the brake hoods flat so you can ride comfortably, even in a more upright position. Stiff and light for uncompromising strength and climbing prowess, these aluminum bars are ready for anything.
Get low with Zipp’s Service Course SL-88 bars. Their longer reach provides an extra aero advantage in the drops, and because they’re angled outwards by 3 degrees, your wrists remain in a strong, natural position. The ends of the drops are flat to reach straight down upon; this also helps keep your hands locked in place during sprints. Zipp paid attention to detail and crafted the transition from brake hood to the tops perfectly, ensuring a comfortable, ergonomic position wherever you choose to grasp. Stiff and light for uncompromising strength and climbing prowess, these aluminum bars are ready for anything.
Bell lap is bell lap no matter where you are. Twelve-degree flared drop means forearm clearance when in the drops and greater leverage than a non-flared bar. An ideal shape for on- or off-road builds from mixed terrain road bike to 'cross to mountain! - Triple-butted 7075 alloy - 40, 42, 44 and 46cm widths - Drop/Reach: 120/73mm - 12-degree drop flare - 4.7 degree sweep, 0-degree flare - Compatible w/ Shimano EW-RS910 junction box/end plug - Finish: Blatte - 270g (42cm)
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