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Service Course SL Bar 
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The ultimate in performance and technology

When it comes to handlebars, tried and true aluminum remains the material of choice for many pros. In part, that’s because their bikes have to meet a minimum weight requirement. But that means aluminum bars such as the Service Course® SL have to meet the fit, durability and performance standards of teams such as Team Exergy TWENTY12 and Cannondale prepared by CyclocrossWorld.com.

The Service Course SL is produced using our proprietary ZTL-71 alloy and intricate internal butting processes to achieve a weight of 285 g (44 cm) with superior strength and rigidity. It features a classic look with round cross-sections throughout and is available in the same comfortable Short & Shallow or Traditional Bend shapes as our carbon bars. What's more, the drops are angled outward by 2 degrees to reduce wrist strain.

Every piece in the Service Course SL line is available in the standard gloss black with white logos, as well as a new Beyond Black color scheme with laser-etched black logos for a stealthy look.


MSRP:

$120 / €107

Weight (42 cm) 280g
Sizes (out-out) 40, 42, 44, 46cm
Clamp Width 40cm/120, 42/140, 44/160, 46/180mm
Traditional Bend Yes
Clamp Diameter 31.8
Short-Shallow Bend Yes
Clip Compatible Yes
Max Brake Lever Torque 8NM
Max Torque Clamping to Bar 8NM
Drop style SS and TB
Service Course SL highlighted  January 2012 [pdf]

Spanish-language Triathlon magazine featured Zipp®'s Service Course® SL line of bars, stems and seatposts. The item describes Service Course SL as high quality compoments at affordable prices.

Service Course SL components featured  January 2012 [pdf]

Spain's Ciclismo a Fondo magazine on a page of product features highlights Zipp®'s Service Course® SL bars, stems and seatposts. The item describes Service Course SL as combining an elegant design, light weight and excellent rigidity.

Pezcylingnews Father's Day Gift Guide  June 2011

Zipp Service Course SL featured on Pezcyclingnews.com

Bike Radar 05/10/2011  May 2011

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