The 30’s 21.5mm wide tire bed enhances cornering grip and increases ride comfort.
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 is the shape of things to come.
One wheel all conditions.
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.
Emmas go 1-2 in D.C.; Brownlee Gets Second in a Row
Australian's Emma Moffatt and Emma Snowsill went 1-2 in the ITU World Championship series race in Washington D.C. on Sunday. Both athletes were riding Zipp Wheels as was Ryf (SWI) who finished third and USA's Sarah Haskins who finished fourth.
Alistair Brownlee (GBR) won the men's race on Zipp Wheels.