700c, 27-Inch & 650c
Whether you're looking to take it to the limit on a climb or throw down in a sprint, Campagnolo's Bora One 35 wheels are where it's at. Their 35mm deep-dish carbon rims and aero spokes are exactly what you need to slice through the wind and move to the head of the pack. They're also feathery light to give you a boost when the road turns uphill. And, the aluminum hubs house USB hybrid ceramic bearings for a zippy ride. Plus, the Boras come with Campy's legendary quick-releases, too. - 35mm carbon rim means greatly reduced weight - Clincher version ensures easier bike maintenance and management - The rim has exactly the same structure as that of top-of-the-range wheels - The aluminum hubs and ceramic USB bearings ensure performance at a lower price - 35mm high rim gives this wheel good performance on long stretches on the flat where even the aerodynamic factor is important - All the Campagnolo knowhow in the field of carbon makes this wheel lightweight and perfect for longer steeper climbs - Number of spokes: 18 Front, 21 Rear - RDB – Rim Dynamic Balance - Bladed aerodynamic spokes - Stainless steel spokes - Ultralinear/DRSC geometry - Aluminum nipples - Weight: 1405 grams Included: - Special brake pad kit for carbon wheels (red compound): 40% better braking performance in wet conditions and 20% in dry. - New Quick Release wheels with a totally redesigned aerodynamic profile, lighter and with a shiny finish. - Valve extender
The Bora One 50 disc brake is the perfect answer for cyclists wanting to leave their mark on routes with high-speed stretches. Its 24.2mm width maintains high weight and steering standards, offering excellent aerodynamics for users who team it with a 25mm tubular and extremely high levels of comfort and safety when braking for those who prefer to use 28mm tubulars. The result is a pair of carbon racing bike wheels that delivers incredible performance in terms of aerodynamics, stiffness, steering, and reactivity while maintaining the famous smoothness of the Bora. The Bora One 50 disc brake was the first wheel tested by the pro riders on the Campagnolo teams together with the groupsets and it favorably impressed its testers Erviti, Greipel, and Berlato.
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