Average connection time 25 secs
Average connection time 25 secs
The Campagnolo Bora WTO 60's are a carbon wheelset, designed and optimised in the wind tunnel for road racing over flat terrain. While the aero 60mm deep rim helps these wheels slice through the air in optimum wind conditions, the structure of the rim itself enhances wind power at yaw angles between 12° and 19°, so even in crosswinds, the athlete is driven further and faster. Despite these aerodynamic advantages, the Campagnolo Bora WTO 60's weigh less than 1550 grams per pair - so they're certainly no slouch on the climbs.
Campagnolo has designed this 26.5mm wide, tubeless-ready rim to accept larger tyres which minimise rolling resistance, as well as maximise puncture protection, grip and comfort out on the road. Although carbon wheels typically don't have the best reputation for wet weather braking, by applying the AC3 (All Conditions Carbon Control) technology to the braking track of this wheelset, Campagnolo has improved braking in wet conditions by 40%.
These advanced carbon rims, are paired with a set of equally advanced hubs. While the monolithic alloy hub shell is designed for minimal drag, the ceramic USB cup-and-cone bearing system ensures a lasting smooth spin and maximised rider efficiency. These hubs are laced to the rims by hand via 18 steel spokes on the front, and 21 on the rear using a cross-sectional spoke pattern which increases wheel strength, durability and power transfer.
- Carbon fibre rim construction
- 60mm rim depth
- 26.5mm external rim width, 19.5mm internal rim width to accommodate wider tyres
- AC3 rim construction for improved braking performance
- Weight: 1547 grams
- Clincher compatible
- Two-way fit for tubeless compatibility
- Rim brake compatible
- Handbuilt in Italy
- Aluminium aerodynamic hub set, (100mm front) (130mm rear). Cup-and-cone bearing system. USB ceramic bearings
- Steel spokes. 18 front, 21 rear
- 9/10/11/12 speed compatible freehub
- Includes: special brake-pad kit for carbon wheels, quick releases, valve extenders, tubeless valves, bushing to reduce the size of the valve hole, and a user manual
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Top Customer Reviews
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Really good wheels.
No flex, truly smooth, stiff wheels. Excellent for all out sprints and maintaining higher speeds with a lot less effort. Despite the 60 profile, side winds are manageable. For anyone who experiences wheel flex, my advice is to have the wheel spokes, rims, bike frame and drive components checked. Out the box these wheels a very impressive to look at, very easy set up and to mount clinchers in any of the two combinations. Did I mention braking rivals Zipp and Easton? A bargain at any price point. Order a set and see what I mean.
No problems for a change
I have a bad record with wheels and durability. I'm around 85kg but still manage to wreck a pair every year. So I was very tentative about buying carbon wheels but these have held up with no problems so far. Braking is what it is with carbon wheels. I wouldn't head to the mountains with these. On my flat and rolling hill rides however these help me maintain speed very well. Now the reason for the star reduction. The rear wheel has a lot of flex. I couldn't set my pads far enough away to where it would stop flexing into them with even minor power output. It doesn't even require getting out the saddle. A point which isn't a complaint but just a comment. They don't make any cool sounds at high speeds and the hub is near silent. None of the angry bee stuff. GP 5000 TL fit them but it takes effort.