Tubeless-ready. Wide rim. The 30 Course Disc-brake is ready for everything.
Developed in the wind tunnel, the 202 practically floats up the toughest ascents.
This Carbon Clincher is all about achievable speed.
A serious do-it-all wheel.
This is the shape of things to come.
One wheel all conditions.
So stable, nimble, and fast that it forever changes the wheel selection equation.
As fast as it is versatile.
Our carbon fiber bars are a favorite for sprinters, 'crossers and triathletes everywhere.
Designed to meet the needs of the rough-and-tumble world of professional bike racing.
Offering a Short and Shallow bend to give riders a bar to suit their riding style and comfort.
Our Goal was to create the strongest carbon fiber stems on the market.
This stem is rigorously evaluated so your fit is perfect, every time.
Done well, a seatpost disappears beneath you. Our SLSpeed seatposts take the edge off the rough roads.
Matching our Service Course SL bars and stems in both form and function.
- Maintenance & Repair
- Tubeless Tire Install Video
- Zipp Cognition Hub Maintenance
- Wheel Care for 88/188 Hubs
- 2002 202 Rear Hub
- Track Axle Conversion
- 2002 Model 84 Front Hub
- Campy 11 Technical Bulletin
- Hub Dimensions
- 88/188 Hub Maintenance
- Model 100 Front Hub
- Model 182 Hub
- Model 182 Disc Hub
- Model 217 Hub
- Model 282 Hub
- Model 295 Hub
- Recommended & approved brake pads
- Rim Diameters – ERD
- Spoke Length (Star Flange Hubs)
- Wheel Care
- Track Axle Kits
- 2019 Zipp Spare Parts Catalog Rev G [pdf]
- Zipp 404 Firestrike™ Service Manual [pdf]
- Zipp 60 & Zipp 30 Wheel service manual [pdf]
- R2C Rebuild [pdf]
- Identify Zipp Products
Spoke Length (Star Flange Hubs)
USING "STAR" FLANGE SHAPED HUBS
To find spoke lengths for "star flange" hubs (including the Zipp 182, 202 and 282 right side flanges), choose a length that is midway between the calculated length for the desired crossing and the calculated length for the next higher crossing.
For the right side of a 2x rear wheel with the current Zipp 182 model hub:
- Calculate the 2x and 3x lengths for the right flange
- Add the 2 figures, then divide the total by 2 to get the correct spoke length for the "star flange"
Spoke lengths used at Zipp in 2009 [xls]
Spoke lengths used at Zipp in 2011 [xls]
Spoke length chart - 2013 [xls]
Spoke length changes for 2014 [xls]