Mega G3 on the rear wheel makes the Zonda range the benchmark wheel in the market: greater torsional stiffness and greater side stiffness that transform into greater energy transmitted to the wheel. In the standard tyre versions, but also available in the 2-Way Fit, Zonda raises the performance level, boasting greater performance and more aggressiveness. This model is for standard clincher tyres.
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I purchased the Zonda Two Way to replace my Shimano RS-010 wheelset. I considered Shimano RS 81 C24 and some lower cost carbon wheels but felt that the Zonda at about 1580 grams was about the same weight but lower cost. Lots of bad roads and lots of steep hills where I live so the thought was to stay with aluminum for weight, durability, and improved braking purposes. The wheels appear to be well made and are setup for either tube or tubeless tires. It was a bit more challenging to mount the tires than my Shimanos and you can hear some "pops" as the inflated tire sets the bead. The ride is a bit nicer than on the Shimanos and they are 300 grams lighter hence easier on climbs - in fact I can usually be one gear higher. In general it seems like I am not working as hard on flats or climbs. The spin up noticeably faster. I picked up about 0.5 mph (mostly due to improved climb speed) on my average speed but I had a strong wind so I might see a larger speed increase in future rides. I plan to run out my Continental Grand Prix tires and then try tubeless tires. The Campagnolo Zonda seems to be a great budget wheel upgrade. To gain any appreciable difference, you will need to spend many times more.
Have been riding these wheels for 2+ months now. Really like them a lot. Great quality, relatively light, and very stiff. Would give it 5 stars (and would give 4.5 if possible) but have had only 1 problem with them. I"m using Shimano 10 speed cassette with the supplied Shimano freehub. The freehub can accommodate 11 speed and to convert to 10 speed, Campy includes a spacer ring. For whatever reason, the spacer was not thick enough and the lockring was unable to properly secure the cogs, which came loose after 1 ride. [In addition, the splines on the freehub are very short so they don't engage much of the cog anyway]. I had to add a second spacer and re-adjust my rear derailleur to get the cogs to stay in position. Not sure if anyone else has experienced this, but it's the only drawback to an otherwise great set of wheels.
After researching new wheel sets, I was thoroughly confused about what I wanted to buy. I decided upon the wheels that were considered the "biggest bang for my buck," the Campy Zonda. The Zondas are definitely lighter than my OEM Fulcrum Racing S-5 wheels, and my local mechanic feels the Zonda spoke pattern will be much easier to keep true. The free wheel is remarkably quiet, and while my new wheels do not have the same rolling sound of a deep dish wheel set, they do make a distinctive sound as I ride. As for ProBikeKit.com, this was a smooth transaction except it took about a week for the wheels to pulled from a shelf before "dispatch." Keep that in mind if you live in the US and are in a hurry to receive your new toys. Luckily I was not in a hurry, but I was surprised that they waited so long to prepare my order. The price was right, so I was patient.
I researched wheels as I was in the market for a new pair. After reading the reviews I settled on these wheels. I am not disappointed, I really like these wheels. The workmanship is excellent and I really think they improve my riding compared to the old wheels I was using.
The wheels were packaged nicely! Nothing was missing. Took the local shop about an hour to put my wheels (w/ cassette) together. Rode them the very next day. They are nice and stiff. I enjoyed my ride! Very glad with my purchase.
Got it about 1.5 weeks ago. Rode about 100 mi already. The measured weight is considerably less than my previous wheels - about 600g less. However, I am not sure I can say that I noticed a huge difference. One big difference I can tell for sure is that the wheels are fast going downhills. I have to keep braking so that I won't overtake the guys in front of me. One thing to note is that the Shimano version is about 1600g total weight. 1550gm is for the Campagnolo version.
I compared with my Bontrager RXL and the Zonda have much better feeling and less resistance. I'm 250lbs and so far I rode only 60 miles on these wheels. So I will keep informed a soon I hit 1k and 2k miles. Wheels looks well made and finished very clean. I'm happy with my purchase. Hope they can survive 5k miles as the previous wheels.
Just tried my new Zondas on a 22-mile ride so not a whole lot to describe except they do roll very, very smooth. My stock wheels are Vision T42, which are really nice wheels (probably more expensive than the Zondas); even so I noticed a difference. So far I like these very much. They were excellent in the climbing department as well, so at this point I do not have any negative comments about the Zondas, but time will tell.
Great deal on well proven product; nothing runs like Campagnolo! Swift service, shipping time quicker than expected.
spot on true out of the box, spin up very quickly holds speed well what else could you ask for at this price
I picked these wheels as an upgrade to a set of Vuelta Prolites that came with my Kestrel Evoke. Out of the box, the Zondas shows the craftsmanship you would expect from Campagnolo. Wheels made a big difference in rolling speed and reduced weight off the bike. With about 2200 miles on the set, I was on a flat road, I got off the saddle and to pick up speed when one rear spoke gave in. It was a hassle getting a replacement spoke and my bike was shelved for 10 days. After that incident the wheels still roll very nicely BUT for some reason, I have to true the rear wheel every couple of rides, which I never had to do with the Vueltas and also keeping in mind that I m 5'6 157 pounds well within the specs for these wheels.
Yes it took a couple weeks for the wheels to arrive on the West Coast, but no complaint as I was not in a hurry. First impression, the Campy quality of build was noticeable in checking the hubs, rims, and spoke tension. And you cannot beat the originator of the quick release skewer. After the first few rides, I will say Zonda's roll great and it was noticeable immediately compared my previous set of wheels. Very smooth feel with Michelin 25c tires, and quick acceleration. They were stiff enough when out of the saddle, as the power transfer from the pedals to the wheels seemed pretty good, both on the flats or on a hill. Descending was reassuring as the Zonda's are very stable at a fairly high speed. I hope they last as my 98 kilos are hard on equipment, and with these wheels being fairly light, time will tell. Four stars for now--if they last then I would go to five.
Light and responsive, these wheels roll.... straight out of the box true and meet all your expectations for a Campagnolo product. If you need a good set of mid-levels and don't need to chew up your race carbons these are the wheels for you!
Very capable wheels, awesome cornering capabilities. Fitted it with Conti 4000 series tires 23mm. I am 200lb , so this set is working great for me, riding the foothills in Colorado, ascending and descending on a regular basis close to Rocky National Park. I replaced my stock Giant PR2 wheels on a Giant Defy bike, PR2's cracking problems, I do not expect these wheels to have the same problem, they solid. For being to stiff from other reviewers, take your pick, I like a stiff wheel for climbing with my weight. Got 300 miles on my new set and so far awesome, just ride a slightly lower tire pressure with the Conti 4000 series (I will go with 25mm next time). I had them up to 56mph and they feel incredibly safe. I believe I will at least get 15k miles out of them trouble free if not more. If you like riding average above 20mph on regular basis, this is the best wheel set for the $.
I bought these to complete a De Rosa Dual build. I wanted to make sure and use good quality Italian parts for the build. These wheels are incredible deal. My other bike has American Classic 420 Aero wheels. In comparison the Campagnolo wheels flex so much less when I am out of the saddle. The look of them is great however I peeled off the decals for a cleaner finish. They are not the lightest or most exotic wheels out there but for the money they seem like bomb proof and fast. Bearing feel so smooth and the straight pull spokes are a great design. Couldn't be happier