Zipp Service Course 80 Ergonomic Handlebar
Zipp's Service Course lineup is all about providing options to match every rider with a high-performance, precise fitting bar. The Service Course 80 Ergo packs a powerful punch of everything you'd want in a bar - a design based on feedback from pro bike fitters and pro riders, and an ergonomic top section 0 at a price you'll love. What's more, the Service Course 80 Ergo bar features the distinctive silver finish of Zipp's Service Course lineup, helping your bike to stand out amid the sea of stealthy black color schemes.
The new Service Course 80 Ergo retains the same 80mm reach and 125mm drop of the existing Service Course 80 bars, perfect for a rider looking for a medium reach and shallow drop who likes reaching down to, rather than into, the drops. New is the flattened bar top and a 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.
The result is better ergonomics in the drops, tops, or on the hoods. That's why Zipp has evolved their pro-proven lineup of alloy bars based on a steady stream of feedback from fitters and top UCI World Tour riders.
The features don't end there. In addition to the ergonomic benefits, the Service Course 80 Ergo is also clip-on compatible. The bar is also drilled to be Di2® RS910 junction compatible, and is made from 6061 aluminum.
Distinctive silver finish
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Flatter tops but not as flat as carbon. Still gives a lot of finger grip area with the diameter of the bar.
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