Zipp Handlebar - Service Course SL
Zipp says that the Ergo has the same compact reach and drop dimensions as the Service Course SL70 with a flattened top section for a natural ergonomic grip on the bar tops. The SL70 Ergo’s specially tuned drop shape creates comfortable hand positions with short reach to control levers vital for race situations. The bar’s 70mm reach is the shortest of Zipp’s new Service Course lineup. Its 128mm drop help puts the rider low and in control without compromising comfort. Whether it’s a rider with smaller hands or a bigger rider getting aero by pairing this bar with a long stem, this bar helps put just about any cyclists into his or her optimal position. At Wheelhaus, we love it.
According to Zipp, the XPLR exemplifies the desire to explore the world with an expanded definition of cycling on a drop bar bicycle… from paved roads onto gravel, mud, dirt, and even single track. The Service Course SL70 XPLR help you go faster by placing your body, starting with your hands, in an optimal “comfort zone” position for hours of rough riding over mixed terrain. Today’s riders demand a few things out of their cockpit, whether they are doing a two hour training ride from home or a 200 mile gravel adventure: comfort, control, and the ability to carry what they need.
Zipp's Service Course SL80 Ergo handlebar is all about making you faster in style and comfort. The bar offers an 80mm reach and 125mm drop, perfect for a rider looking for a medium reach and shallow drop who likes reaching down to, rather than into, the drops. This bar has a flattened top and 3° backsweep for a neutral wrist position on the tops. The bars feature a 7° ramp angle for a flat transition to the hoods and a 4° outsweep at the drops. In addition to the ergonomic benefits, the Service Course SL 80 Ergo is our first ergo bar to be clip-on compatible. Made of 7050 aluminum, the SL80 Ergo weighs 275g for a 42cm-wide bar. Light weight, stiffness, and comfort: the Zipp Service Course line provides the right fit for all rider types.