The Service Course SL-80 Ergo handlebar is made for riders looking for greater ergonomics on its handlebars. Made of 7050 aluminum to be sturdy and lightweight (approx 275 g). It is available in sizes 40, 42, 44 cm.
Zipp Service Course SL-80 stalwart handlebars now have an option for those who prefer an ergonomic upper. The new Service Course SL-80 Ergo retains the same 80 mm range and 125 mm drop of existing Service Course SL-80 bars, perfect for a cyclist looking for a medium range and surface fall that he likes to reach, rather than fall, in the fall. New is the top of the flattened bar and a 3" contraction for a neutral wrist position on top. The bars have a tilt angle of 7 degrees for a flat transition to the hoods and a 4" advance in falls.
The result is better ergonomics in drops, caps or hoods. That's why we've evolved our pro-proven line of alloy bars based on a steady stream of feedback from installers and the best UCI World Tour drivers.
The features don't end there. In addition to the ergonomic benefits, Service Course SL-80 Ergo also supports clip (40, 42 and 44 only). The bar is also perforated to be compatible with the Di2® RS910, and is made of ultra-strong and lightweight 7050 aluminum.
Available lengths: 40, 42, 44 cm
Manufacturer weight: 275gr (42 cm)
Clamp Diameter: 31.8mm
Supported Clip: Yes
Tilt angle: 7th
Zipp is an American company founded in 1988 by Leigh Sargent which, since 2007, has been part of the SRAM.