Despite weighing only 1095 grams, the Zipp 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. Away from the high mountains, Zipp triathlete Jan Frodeno won an Olympic
gold medal on the Zipp 202. Proving its durability, the Zipp 202 became the first
carbon wheel to finish Paris-Roubaix when Garmin-Slipstream’s Martijn
Masskandt rode it to a 4th place finish in 2008.
The 202’s 32mm toroidal profile was developed in the wind tunnel to roll
on the flats as efficiently as many 45-50mm rims. After the summit, the
Zipp 202’s high lateral stiffness delivers precise handling on tricky
descents and crisp accelerations to finish off the competition.
- 108/208 traditional flanged hubs for light weight and increased lateral and torsional rigidity
- Maximum rider weight 185lbs
- QR skewers sold separately
- Sapim CX-ray spokes
- Carbon construction with dimpled surface
- External nipples
- For use with Tubular tires only
- Approximate weight front 484 grams, rear 611 grams
- Sold singly (order 1 front and 1 rear to get wheels for one complete
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