Airpark Bikes

20875 North Pima Road (Market Street at DC Ranch)

Scottsdale, AZ 85255

(480) 596.6633

108029er Green (Frame)

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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. Away from the high mountains, Zipp triathlete Jan Frodeno won an Olympic gold medal on the 202. Proving its durability, the 202 became the first carbon wheel to finish Paris-Roubaix when Garmin-Slipstream’s Martijn Masskandt even rode it to a 4th place finish in 2008. To get to the base of the climb, 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 202’s high lateral stiffness delivers precise handling on tricky descents and crisp accelerations to finish off the competition. We've spec'd the 202 with our 88/188 hubset and external spoke nipples for easier service with no aero penalty. Zipp's VCLC and Carbon Bridge technologies ensure that the 202's ride is comfortable, smooth, and rock-solid.

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