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Zipp 202 Tubular


Price Range :: $2,000.00
Weight Range :: 1180g
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Weighing in at only 1,140 g, the 202 is a versatile racing wheelset that also happens to climb like...

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2017, Zipp, 202 Tubular



Weighing in at only 1,140 g, the 202 is a versatile racing wheelset that also happens to climb like a mountain goat. Look back through the crucial stages of recent Grand Tours and you’ll find the 202 winning stages, capturing leader’s jerseys and practically floating up the world’s toughest climbs.

The 202 was Alberto Contador’s wheel of choice during nearly every stage on his way to victory at the 2011 Giro d’Italia, proving that it’s a formidable weapon on any terrain. And Zipp® triathlete Jan Frodeno won an Olympic gold medal on the 202. Proving its durability, the 202 had even been ridden to a fourth place finish at Paris-Roubaix.

To get to the base of the climb, the 202’s 32 mm toroidal profile was developed in the wind tunnel to roll on the flats as efficiently as many 45 to 50 mm rims. After the summit, the 202’s high lateral stiffness delivers precise handling on tricky descents and crisp accelerations to finish off the competition.

New for 2014, the 202 Tubular is built with a the latest iteration of the 188 rear hub, the V9, along with new spoke-lacing pattern for the rear wheel. The refinements result in improved stiffness and durability. The new hub was developed in cooperation of superstar sprinter Mark Cavendish of the Omega Pharma – Quick-Step Cycling Team and already is in use by other top pro cyclists and triathletes including Pete Jacobs and Mirinda Carfrae. Cavendish received early hub prototypes in January 2013 and logged 13,000 kilometers (8,078 miles) on continually refined variants, including his stage victories at the Giro d’Italia and the 2013 Tour de France.

The new hub has larger precision Swiss steel bearings for increased durability. Our new “virtual 3 cross” lacing on both sides of rear wheel improves stiffness, achieving 3 cross stiffness in a 2 cross pattern with a new spoke geometry. The 188/V9 has 25 percent more torsional stiffness than a leading competitive hub. This measure of stiffness is crucial for the direct power transfer to the rear wheel for out-of-the saddle sprints and climbs. The new hub also is laterally (side-to-side) stiffer that its rival or predecessor. The 202 Tubular is 11-speed compatible.

New for 2014 wheels, our fully die cut Classic White and Beyond Black rim decals are borderless, thinner and lighter.


Options:
  • Zipp 202 Tubular | Beyond Black | Shimano | 11spd | TUB | 700.0c | 10x130/mm | 0.00
  • Zipp 202 Tubular | Beyond Black | Campy | 11spd | TUB | 700.0c | 10x130/mm | 0.00
  • Zipp 202 Tubular | Classic White | Shimano | 11spd | TUB | 700.0c | 10x130/mm | 0.00
  • Zipp 202 Tubular | Classic White | Campy | 11spd | TUB | 700.0c | 10x130/mm | 0.00

SHIPPING

  • Free GROUND shipping for orders of $150 or more to the lower 48 states (excluding oversized items such as bike frames, wheelsets, etc.) Free shipping takes 7-10 days for delivery
  • Questions? USA call us at 1-866-497-3624; International call us at +1-510-841-4748 or email us at sales@wrenchscience.com

RETURNS/EXCHANGE

  • 30 Days upon delivery of order – NO RESTOCKING FEES
  • Returned product(s) must be in unused, uninstalled, and with all original packaging material(s) and original packaging.
  • Wrench Science will cover return postage on faulty item(s) – Return Policy.
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