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Zipp 900 Carbon Track Wheel - Tubular
Price: $1104.95buy now
We love the steady sound of dual discs rolling on the track. Apparently, Zipp loves it even more than us. After all, Zipp's first products were disc wheels. And when you look at the technology and palmares of the Zipp 900 Track Tubular Wheel, it's easy to see that Zipp still holds its passion for...
Zipp 900 Disc Carbon Road Wheel - Tubular
Price: $1629.95buy now
We thought Zipp would stop tinkering with its 900 Disc Tubular Road Wheel. But this latest version is 90g lighter than the previous generation Zipp disc. It still has only 19mm of frontal area, so it's still nearly invisible to the wind. It still has a dimpling pattern that's specific to the 900,...
Zipp 900 Disc Tubular
Retail Price: $1629.95buy now
Our Price: $1139.99
Our Price: $1139.99
We thought Zipp would stop tinkering with its 900 disc. We thought a disc wheel was a disc was a disc wheel, to borrow from Gertrude Stein. We thought wrong. This latest version is 90g lighter than the previous generation Zipp disc. It still has only 19mm of frontal area, so it's still nearly...
Zipp Super 9 Disc Carbon Rear Wheel - Clincher
Price: $2374.95buy now
Zipp's first foray into the world of wheels was the wind-cheating disc -- produced in the late '80s. Although the technology and design of the disc has changed quite a bit in the past three decades, Zipp continues to dominate the peloton, and the Super 9 Disc Carbon Rear Wheel's Clincher version...
Zipp Super-9 Carbon Disc Wheel - Tubular
Price: $2075.00buy now
Zipp continues its mission of building the fastest disc wheels on the planet with its Super-9 Tubular Disc Wheel. With the introduction of this wheel, Zipp's Super line continues, marking this latest innovation in disc wheel design as the manufacturer's fastest wheel to date. It balances...
Zipp Super-9 Carbon Track Disc Wheel - Clincher
Price: $2375.00buy now
Zipp's first product in the late '80s was the disc wheel, jumping into the spotlight as a serious wheel that could cheat wind unlike anything the cycling world had seen before. Today, through professional rider feedback, the use of advanced composite technologies, and extensive wind tunnel...