Silver is back with the new Zipp Service Course Silver collection. On today’s road bikes, silver stands out amid the sea of stealthy black color schemes and looks great on some of the newer retro gravel builds. Learn more at Zipp.com.
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Zipp Service Course Silver 70XPLR Handlebar
This time-honored handlebar color is available on the Zipp Service Course 70XPLR, their newest drop-bar offering. The bar’s moniker, XPLR, exemplifies the desire to explore the world with an expanded definition of cycling on a drop-bar bicycle… from paved roads onto gravel, mud, dirt, and even singletrack. The Service Course 70 XPLR enables you to go faster by placing your body, starting with your hands, in an optimal “comfort zone” position for hours of rough riding over mixed terrain. Today’s riders demand a few things out of their cockpit, whether they are doing a two-hour training ride from home or a 200-mile gravel adventure: comfort, control, and the ability to carry what they need. Zipp met these needs by creating a bar with shallow and wide drops, specifically focusing on two crucial metrics—out sweep and flare.
Zipp’s Service Course bars retails for $55.00.
Zipp Service Course Silver Stem
A new faceplate and body geometry offer greater stiffness and easier installation. Available ±6° and 25° rise and multiple lengths to get just the right fit.
The Service Course® stem delivers all you look for in a high-performance stem — strength, stiffness, reliability, a precise fit and great visual look at a solid price point. The redesigned Service Course stem offers a new faceplate and body design for greater stiffness and easier installation at a price that meets any rider’s budget.
The Service Course Stem’s new shape and 3D-forged construction results in an improved stiffness-to-weight-ratio of 1.75g/nm. The stem design, along with its clean new graphics, also complements the aesthetic of modern frames. Made from 6061 aluminum, the stem resists flexing during sprints and accelerations.
Zipp’s Service Course stem retails for $56.00.
Zipp Service Course Seatpost
Zipp managed to shave off a few grams by revamping their Service Course Seatpost. Though it is lighter, the seat post is stronger and offers a precise fit that stays within budget. The low-profile clamp allows the saddle to slide farther back on the rails allowing for each rider to have their perfect fit. The clamp design also has a downward-facing bolt that ensures easy micro-adjustment of the saddle even when it is mounted. Constructed with 6061 aluminum the Service Course is durable, stiff and guaranteed not to disappoint.
Zipp’s Service Course seatpost retails for $56.00.