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Maintain A Neutral Wrist Angle With Ergonomic Drops
The Service Course SL-80 handlebar provides comfortable and efficient positions on the bar tops, brake hoods or down in the drops.
The bar allows a neutral wrist position on the drops and a flat brake-hood transition. This minimizes the need for up-rotated bars.
Drops are angled outward by 4°, reducing wrist strain.
Named after its 80mm reach to bring the hoods and control levers back where you want them.
The ergonomic 125mm drop places the angled drop position where you can easily reach it while maintaining a neutral wrist angle.
The Service Course SL-80s™ rounded bar top is clip compatible.
- Updated distinctive Zipp cosmetics
- 7050 aluminum
- 80mm reach/125mm drop designed to fit a large number of riders
- Six sizes
- Clip on compatible
- Matte Black nano blast aluminum
- Clamp Diamater: 31.8mm
- Width (Center-to-Center): 36cm, 38cm, 40cm, 42cm, 44cm, 46cm
- Reach: 80mm
- Drop: 125mm
- Ramp: 7°
- Outsweep: 4°
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