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  • Blast Black, Ergo 38cm ($54.95)
  • Blast Black, Ergo 40cm ($54.95)
  • Blast Black, Ergo 42cm ($54.95)
  • Blast Black, Ergo 44cm ($54.95)
  • Blast Black, 38cm ($54.95)
  • Blast Black, 40cm ($54.95)
  • Blast Black, 42cm ($54.95)
  • Blast Black, 44cm ($54.95)
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Item # ZIP000B

Light, comfortable, and strong.

Using the same tapered diameter as its carbon counterparts, the Zipp Service Course Handlebar goes from 31.8mm at its central clamp down to 24.2mm at the top bend. This tapered diameter lends an intuitive shape for high levels of comfort. Its durable 6061 aluminum construction retains brawny strength at the expense of a few grams over carbon bars. If counting every gram isn't your foremost priority, you'll find these bars to excel in performance without emptying your wallet.

The Ergo version features a 70mm reach and 128mm drop, with a 10-degree ramp angle and 4-degree outsweep. The net effect is a bar that places your shift/brake levers in a high, easily reachable position, without compromising your hand position in the drops. Its dual-radius curve gives you a longer, flatter hand surface that's similar to an anatomic bend, but with a more subtle, less curvy shape. Plus, its ergonomic shaping facilitates comfortable hand placement along the top side.

The traditional version comes with an 80mm reach and 125mm drop, with a 7-degree ramp angle and 4-degree outsweep. This creates a bar with a modest drop with a bit more curve in the transition leading up to the hoods.

  • 6061 aluminum construction
  • Ergo and traditional bend versions in 38, 40, 42, 44cm widths
  • 128mm drop (ergo); 125mm drop (traditional)
  • 70mm reach (ergo); 80mm reach (traditional)
  • 10-degree ramp angle (ergo); 7-degree ramp angle (traditional)
  • 4-degree drop outsweep for both bars

Tech Specs

6061 aluminum
31.8 mm
[standard] 125 mm, [ergo] 128 mm
[standard] 80 mm, [ergo] 70 mm
(center to center) 38 cm, 40 cm, 42 cm, 44 cm
Actual Weight:
Blast Black, Ergo 38cm: 300g Blast Black, Ergo 40cm: 300g Blast Black, Ergo 42cm: 300g Blast Black, Ergo 44cm: 300g Blast Black, 38cm: 300g Blast Black, 40cm: 300g Blast Black, 42cm: 300g Blast Black, 44cm: 300g
Recommended Use:
road cycling
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

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Is this a centre-to-centre measurement? I want to get a 42 (c-to-c). What size should I get?

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See above...last paragraph...
The Zipp Service Course Alloy Handlebar is available in the two aforementioned bends. Each bend option is also available four widths from 40 to 46cm (measured outside-outside).

So a 40cm is 38 center to center. This is verified by experience.

5 5

Lots of good hand positions in Ergo

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I like having a bar that is not too ergo but has a good angle for riding forward in the drops within reach of the ends of levers. The ergo version does that and gives a good flair as well. Buying my second set. Remember when Jay Leno was cool? Remember "Headlines" ? So the funniest typo I've seen in a while is right here: "80mm reach and 1250mm drop" ! I know some people have ape arms but, "C'mon Man!"

4 5

Superb performance to cost!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've been converted to an ergo fan! I swapped out the service course SL for these. These are half the price, and twice the comfort for me as the SLs. I apparently am not built for this drop type and I also prefer the reach it allows to the levers. It brings them quite a bit closer to the bar. I had my Ultegra levers maxed out on the SLs, and had to back them out about halfway on the ergos. The weight on these is a bit high at 300gs but the cost to reduce that based on the performance to me just isn't there.
Please watch Zipps measurements before you order, some bars are measured C-C, some O-O, some both!!