The Service Course SL shaves a few grams off Zipp's standard Service Course handlebar thanks to an even lighter alloy. And with only a slight weight sacrifice over many carbon designs aluminum bars are still the choice of many pro riders relied on for their strength and durability. Zipp's proprietary ZTL-71 Alloy and intricate internal butting processes to yield and incredible strength to weight ratio and rigid race-ready performance. Short and Shallow Bend version is features an understated ergonomic drop for easy transitions and convenient lever access. Slightly flared ends help eliminate wrist discomfort. claimed weight is 280 grams in a size 42. Color Gloss Black.
I am now changing my seatpost. I am debating (with myself alone) if I should go with the Zipp service course SL (with 0 setback) or with a thomson.
the Thomson elite is the same weight as the Zipp but cost almost half. For the same price as the Zipp, there is the masterpiece, which is almos ... Read More »
Looking at some Zipp Service Course SL bars for the ride. Having a tough time deciding between the Short & Shallow (SS) and the Traditional Bend (TB) designs, primarily because it's really damned hard to get a clear picture of the drops.
The Zipp bar drop diagram ([url]http://zipp.com/_media/prod ... Read More »
Anyone use one of these or have any experience/knowledge about them? Looking for a new offset seatpost, not looking at carbon.
If not Zipp, what other recommendations (Thompson, FSA, Easton)?Read More »
"We have a review section; it's RoadBikeREVIEW.com" I know, but sometimes, users prefer the comfort of other "live" (more active) users on this board to respond to any follow up questions. Besides, I can add some eye-gasmic low-res camera photos.
I decided to review this purchase as I waited a mi ... Read More »
While I'm somewhat peeved at my distributor for having me wait on my order after advertising the new(ish) Zipp SC SL stem without a backorder status beforehand, I'm going to have to acknowledge the fact that they themselves never received that stem in their hands for what is a month already. Is Zipp ... Read More »