Zipp

2001, 1990-1991

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Details

Lot 17
Carbon fiber and aluminium
45.0 x 68.0 in (114.3 x 172.7 cm)
Number of gears: 8 speed
General gearing: 2x8
Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity

See Description for full component list

Location

This item ships from the United States.


Description

Zipp’s “2001” is a competitive time trial road bike. This is one of the fastest time trial bikes ever manufactured, making it a piece of road biking history.

Frame Size/Dimensions:
Seat tube length: 68 cm from center to top of seat mast
Top tube length: Top tube measurement: 55cm (as measured from the center of the seat tube to center of head tube)

Component level and lists: Shimano Dura Ave, Ventana carbon fork, Mavic Cosmic wheels, Profile Ironman triathlon/aero bars, SpeedPlay pedals

Please note that this bike arrives disassembled and some assembly is required


Additional Info


About Zipp

Founded by motorsports engineer Leigh Sargent in Speedway, Indiana, in 1988, Zipp is a cycling component manufacturer that places aerodynamics at the forefront of its research and expertise. Zipp is known best for its racing carbon-composite bicycle wheels. In the early 1990s Zipp released the “Zipp 2001”, a one-time complete “beam” design bicycle.