Zipp has launched a new way to tidy up your cockpit. The QuickView integrated mount integrates into the stem faceplate for a clean, seamless look, and holds both a cycling computer and an additional accessory beneath, like a light or camera. The Quickview comes in two versions depending on stem model. The first is compatible with Zipp Service Course, Service Course SL and SL Speed models, and the second covers the Zipp SL Sprint stem. Both versions put your computer and accessories directly out in front of you for a streamlined look. Additionally, the mount pivots up and down so you can adjust it to your preferred computer viewing angle. Each version costs $70, weighs 82 grams and is covered by Zipp’s lifetime warranty.
The QuickView mount is compatible with a broad range of accessories. Up top, the computer mount covers both Garmin and Wahoo mount types. Below, the additional accessory mount is ready out of the box to install a GoPro camera. With additional adapters, sold separately, you can also attach lights from the Niterider Lumina Series, Bontrager, Gloworm, Lezyne and Infini. It is also compatible with lights from Light and Motion and Sigma Sport.
New Zipp Logos Added to More Handlebars, Stems and Seat Posts
Zipp’s new logo, updated in the spring, is making its way to even more of the brand’s range. The logo initially rolled out on the brand’s coveted wheelsets and will now be incorporated into more components, including its carbon and alloy handlebars, stems and seat posts. Other than the new graphics, the components remain the same as before, including Zipp’s 12 different models of handlebars and massive library of stems which collectively cover 76 different positions in lengths from 60mm to 150mm.
There’s one additional update you won’t find by looking at the updated graphics: a new lifetime warranty for model year 2021 products. That’s a nice bit or reassurance to have in the back of your mind. Electronics will be covered by a separate two-year warranty.
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