Zipp Speed Weaponry Service Course Handlebars

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MSRP : $90.00


Product Description

The Service Course isn't as light as Zipp's high-end carbon handlebars yet excels in durability and performance. In fact aluminum bars are still the choice of many pro riders for their reliability and reasonable weight. The 7050 aluminum construction ensures strength and stiffness while keeping the weight down. And this standard Service Course model has just a few of extra grams over the pricier SL bar. 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 300 grams in a size 42.



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2014 Zipp Service Course SL70 vs SL70 Ergo bars

Does anyone here know the differences between the two bars? I know the Ergo has a flat/oval top, but how pronounced is it relative to the standard? Also, does it say "SL70 Ergo" anywhere on the bar itself? The reason I ask is that a shop installed the Ergo, but it feels and looks just like the SL ... Read More »

Michelin Pro 4 Service Course - Anything Better for the $$$?

I ride a Cannondale SuperSix Evo 2 SRAM Red. I weigh around 200 lb. I have the stock Ksyrium Equipe S wheels on the bike with no plans to change any time soon. I ride on fairly hilly secondary (paved) roads in Upstate SC. I ride 2-3 times a week for 32-65 miles per ride. I do not race. The stock ... Read More »

Need Tires? Probikekit.com Michelin Pro 4 Race Service Course - $23.71

On sale today for $23.71. Even cheaper ($20.15) when applying US 15% off code - HELLOUS15Read More »

Comparison between Conti GP4000, GP4000II, and Mich Pro4 Service Course?

I'm thinking of buying a pair of one of these, in either 23 mm or 25 mm. Does any body have any apples to apples experience, and can share a comparison? I don't have a really powerful engine, but my ELOS Mondonico thinks I do. I'd hate to disappoint her by buying her used Conti SuperSports. An ... Read More »

Michelin PRO4 service course sidewall cut

and so after about 500km.. this happened on the rear tires tubes was pumped at 100psi and im 145 lbs to repair or not to repair?Read More »

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