Campagnolo's C17 (17mm) rim profile suits the wider tyres most road cyclists are now riding.
The 17mm internal width gives better support and a more efficient shape for 25-28mm tyres. Campagnolo also claims that the wider rim profile provides an improvement in aerodynamics, with a smoother tyre to rim shape transition, especially with 25mm tyres. Even with the new wide profile, the Scirocco's are still firmly planted on the road and arent designed for wide gravel tyres.
Scirocco's retain the same 35mm deep alloy rim that Campagnolo feels offers an optimal balance of aero performance and light weight.
Both price and weight are improved from previous generations of Scirocco.
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Great wheels super fast service!!! Thank you!!!
I was pretty excited when I first read about this wheelset. Although none of the stats on their own stand out as exceptional, the combination of width, depth, and weight at this pricepoint make for a solid very training wheelset. That being said, it was pretty disappointing once I put them on a scale. Here are the weights I measured independently: Front: 835g Rear: 989g Total: 1824g When factoring in rim tape and manufacturing tolerances, I figured roughly 50-60 grams would have been acceptable. It's common knowledge that understated listed weights are prevalent in the cycling industry, however, 170g over is pretty ridiculous. Regarding performance, they ride pretty well. The moderate depth makes them manageable in crosswinds and they feel stiff during hard accelerations. That being said, after coming from a lighter wheelset (~1500g), the weight penalty is noticeable. Aesthetically, it's a good-looking wheelset. The subtle graphics, depth, and distinct lacing pattern definitely look nicer than the stock wheelsets you'd find on most entry to mid-level bikes. If I had to do it all over again, I would probably go with the Fulcrum Quattro LG wheelset instead. Quality should be on par since it's essentially the same manufacturer and it has almost all the same stats, except it's slightly cheaper and lighter (in both listed and customer weights).
Recently cracked a rim and was having trouble finding a local wheelbuilder to rebuild my Record/Open4 CD wheel, so while I take the time to find one, decided to buy a pair of these to use a backup for my Merckx MX Leader. Wheels are somewhat lighter than my old wheels, and are very true, and seem to be quite sturdy. I was a little concerned about the low spoke count (I weigh 225 lb), but have had no issues. I have maybe 250 miles on them so far, and they seem to accelerate well on hills, and glide very quietly on the flat. Freehub is very quiet, is a little different when coasting. Great wheels, even better at this price!