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Zipp's Service Course 70 Ergonomic Handlebar is a high-performance, precise fitting bar with a short, 70mm reach to the hoods to allow a proper fit without compromising stem length and steering control. A new variable radius drop, matching the carbon SL-70 Ergo, allows for multiple hand positions when riding in the drops. The ergonomic flat top, nowwith a 3Â° backsweep, ensures wrist comfort while the 10Â° ramp angle provides a perfect transition from bars to hoods.
Features & Specs:
- Reach: 70mm.
- Drop: 128mm.
- Ramp angle: 10Â°.
- Drop flare: 4Â°.
- Top Backsweep: 3Â°.
- Diameter: 31.8mm.
- Clip Compatible: Yes (40, 42, 44cm only).
- Di2® RS910 junction compatible.
- Material: Al-6061.
Other styles of this product are available.
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Comfortable and Well Priced
Flat top makes it comfortable when climbing up hills. Hood positioning is good, but I would had preferred a lower ramp angle so that when transitioning to the hood is level. Otherwise, all other positioning if very good and the price was much lower than other similar bars.
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