Zipp Handlebar Service Course SL-70
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Zipp Handlebar Service Course SL-70

Zipp Handlebar Service Course SL-70 - The Bike Fitter's Dream

The Service Course SL-70 is the bike fitter’s go-to bar.
The short reach to the hoods allows a proper fit without compromising stem length and steering control.  
With the revised ramp angle, proper fit is now achievable on even the most challenging setups.
The SL-70’s specially tuned drop shape allows comfortable hand positions with a short reach to control levers vital for race situations.
The bar’s 70mm reach (the horizontal distance from the bar’s stem clamp area to center of the brake perch) is the shortest of Zipp’s new Service Course lineup.
Its 128mm drop (vertical distance from bar’s stem clamp area to bottom of drops) help puts the rider low and in control without compromising comfort.
Whether it’s a rider with a shorter torso 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.
One top pro’s position of choice is grabbing onto the ends of the drops.
Once you ride this bar, you’ll find yours.
The SL-70’s round top provides a classic road-bar feel and is clip compatible.
Available in five sizes. Crafted from ultra-strong and lightweight 7050 aluminum.
Available in High Polish Black with white logos.

  • Weight: (SS 42 cm)250g
  • Size:36, 38, 40, 42, 44cm (Center-to-Center)
  • Reach: 70mm
  • Clamp Diameter: 31.8
  • Clip Compatible: Yes
  • Drop: 128mm
  • Ramp angle: 10°
  • Drop outsweep: 4°
  • Material: AL-7050

 

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Firm, light and perfect curves
These bars are a great value. Fairly light, strong, and good design.
Expensive for alloy bars, but worth every penny. I am 5ft 8in ride a 54cm and they allow me to get right over my front wheel when sprinting.