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Aero wheels are faster for every rider at every speed. Zipp’s two decades of research, testing and results have proven that point. Now, we’ve transferred that knowledge into the world’s most aerodynamically advanced aluminum wheelset, the all-new Zipp 101. It’s the most affordable way to take advantage of Zipp's cutting-edge aero technologies and premium build quality.
In April 2010, the 303 Tubular proved once and for all that carbon wheels can do more than just survive on the fearsome cobblestones of Paris-Roubaix and the Tour of Flanders. They can dominate. But Fabian Cancellara’s crushing victories for Team Saxo Bank – the first for any type of carbon wheels in the Cobbled Classics – were far from the whole story. Cervélo TestTeam’s Thor Hushovd and Roger Hammond finished 2nd and 4th at the Roubaix Velodrome completed “The Hell of the North” without a single wheel incident on the same, stock 303s
Despite weighing only 1095 grams, the 202 is a versatile racing wheelset that just happens to climb like a mountain goat. Frank and Andy Schleck rode 202s to a 1-3 stage finish at Le Grand Bornand in the 2009 Tour de France. Carlos Sastre rode them to two stage wins at the 2009 Giro and when he took control of the 2008 Tour with a victory at l’Alpe d’Huez
After two years of near-constant prototyping and refinement, Zipp carbon clinchers have arrived. Featuring a revolutionary aero rim shape and carbon materials found nowhere else in the world, the all-new 404 Carbon Clincher is the wheelset you've been waiting for.
You’ll find the 108mm-deep Zipp 1080, the world’s fastest non-disc wheel. To improve upon the previous holder of that title, our 81mm-deep 808, we tested and retested a range of prototypes for the 1080 before settling on fully toroidal shape that blends 5 distinct curves to smooth airflow.
The Sub-9's highlights so far include Ironman 70.3 World Championships for Andy Potts and Terenzo Bozzone, and a yellow jersey for Fabian Cancellara. We expected nothing less from the ultimate aerodynamic breakthrough.In the center of the aero "sweet spot" – a wind angle of 12 to 18 degrees – the Zipp Sub-9 was the first wheel ever to produce forward lift, when paired with our 21mm Tangente tireez
Ridden by Jordan Rapp to a win at Ironman Canada 2009, the 808 clincher excels whenever the situation calls for an all-around wheelset with a heavy dose of aero attitude. The deep profile and 16/20 front/rear spoke count will satisfy even the most focused time trialists and triathletes, yet it's stable in crosswinds and stiff enough for the sprinters
Model: ZIPP 808 REAR
The 808 changed perceptions about deep-section wheels. At first, its 81mm-deep profile appeared only in time trials and triathlons. Sure enough, it netted numerous Grand Tour stage wins and Kona IM world championships.
Still, it didn’t take long before Zipp riders discovered that the 808’s light weight, responsiveness, and solid handing are ideally suited to hilly bike legs, criteriums, field sprints, and long days off the front of the pelotonModel: Zipp 1080 Tubular