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New Zipp Service Course Silver Edition finishing kit launched

20 Mar 2020
Verdict:

Could silver be the new black? Zipp thinks it’s time to bring back the retro look and stand out from the crowd

Are you bored of matt black bike components? If the answer is yes, then the new Zipp’s the new Zipp Service Course Silver Edition products will be of particular interest.

Zipp has just announced an additional colour option for 2020 in its popular Service Course handlebar, stem and seatpost range; a time-honoured silver finish, it calls, ‘Nano Blast Silver Anodize’. The new look has been applied throughout the Service Course range. This includes:

New Zipp Service Course Silver Edition handlebars, £54

 

There are four handlebars that will be available in the new finish:

Service Course 70 XPLR - an out-swept and flared design aimed at gravel/all-road use, with extended clamping area for bags and computer mounts, a 70mm reach and super compact 115mm drop.

Service Course 70 Ergo – a compact bar with 70mm reach and 128mm drop plus a moderately flattened top section. Clip on aero bar compatible.

Service Course 80 – 80mm reach and 125mm drop with round profile on the tops. Clip on aero bar compatible

Service Course 80 Ergo - 80mm reach and 125mm drop with a moderately flattened top section. Also Di2 junction box and clip on aero bar compatible.

New Zipp Service Course Silver Edition stems, £50

 

The Service Course Stem is available in two angles, +/-6° and 25°. In 25° it is available in lengths 75-120mm, and in +/-6° it is available in slightly more options, 60-130mm

New Zipp Service Course Silver Edition seatposts, £50

The Service Course Seatpost is 350mm long and is available in 27.2mm and 31.6mm diameters with either 0mm (in-line) or 20mm offset.

According to Zipp, all Service Course Silver products will available in stores from April, for more information go to zipp.com

Price: 
from £50

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