The Campagnolo Bora ONE 50 Disc Tubular Wheelset saves a bunch of weight over the clincher version of the same wheel. The set clocks in at 1348g for the pair, which is pretty light, especially considering that you’ve got a 50mm deep rim sitting behind your tires and hubs designed to take the stresses of rotor disc braking.

The first thing the wind touches on this wheel is the rim. It is 50mm deep, with a 24.2mm external width. The depth is for all-around racing, and is the one that pro racers prefer regardless of whether the terrain is flat or hilly. The width is for wider tires. They’re assuming you’ll want to run 25mm wide tires for both the comfort and rolling resistance, though you could push it up to 27mm for cushy road tires and even 33mm if you want to ride these rims in cyclocross. The shape is a modified airfoil, which slices through the wind. The rim is also designed to come out of the box balanced for the valve stem of your tube. This makes the wheel accelerate smoother and some believe reduces the wattage needed to power the wheels at a given speed.

As you can imagine, the spoking patterns and hubs are different. The spoke count is 24 front and rear. Campy does things a bit differently by utilizing their G3 spoking pattern, which groups two spokes from one side with a single spoke from the other to maximize torsional stiffness while keeping the spoke tensions high. The non-crossed spokes are on the right sides. Campagnolo continues to use bladed steel spokes, which are very aero and very light.

The hubs are designed to have thru-axles as the means by which they are fixed to the bicycle. The front is 100x12mm, the rear, 142x12mm. They are also designed with splined mounting for brake rotors. Campagnolo calls it AFS, Axial Fixing System. It essentially is identical to Centerlock, and is cross-compatible with Centerlock and Centerlock-compatible rotors.

When purchasing the wheel, you need to specify whether you need a Campagnolo 9/10/11-speed cassette body or a SRAM/Shimano-compatible 9/10/11-speed cassette body. You also need to specify Bright Label or Dark Label, which is how the logos look.

The Campagnolo Bora One 50 Disc Brake Wheelset is the killer road wheel that is tough enough to blaze away on gravel rides.

CAMPAGNOLO BORA ONE DISC 50 TUBULAR WHEELSET

R$20.790,00
CAMPAGNOLO BORA ONE DISC 50 TUBULAR WHEELSET R$20.790,00
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The Campagnolo Bora ONE 50 Disc Tubular Wheelset saves a bunch of weight over the clincher version of the same wheel. The set clocks in at 1348g for the pair, which is pretty light, especially considering that you’ve got a 50mm deep rim sitting behind your tires and hubs designed to take the stresses of rotor disc braking.

The first thing the wind touches on this wheel is the rim. It is 50mm deep, with a 24.2mm external width. The depth is for all-around racing, and is the one that pro racers prefer regardless of whether the terrain is flat or hilly. The width is for wider tires. They’re assuming you’ll want to run 25mm wide tires for both the comfort and rolling resistance, though you could push it up to 27mm for cushy road tires and even 33mm if you want to ride these rims in cyclocross. The shape is a modified airfoil, which slices through the wind. The rim is also designed to come out of the box balanced for the valve stem of your tube. This makes the wheel accelerate smoother and some believe reduces the wattage needed to power the wheels at a given speed.

As you can imagine, the spoking patterns and hubs are different. The spoke count is 24 front and rear. Campy does things a bit differently by utilizing their G3 spoking pattern, which groups two spokes from one side with a single spoke from the other to maximize torsional stiffness while keeping the spoke tensions high. The non-crossed spokes are on the right sides. Campagnolo continues to use bladed steel spokes, which are very aero and very light.

The hubs are designed to have thru-axles as the means by which they are fixed to the bicycle. The front is 100x12mm, the rear, 142x12mm. They are also designed with splined mounting for brake rotors. Campagnolo calls it AFS, Axial Fixing System. It essentially is identical to Centerlock, and is cross-compatible with Centerlock and Centerlock-compatible rotors.

When purchasing the wheel, you need to specify whether you need a Campagnolo 9/10/11-speed cassette body or a SRAM/Shimano-compatible 9/10/11-speed cassette body. You also need to specify Bright Label or Dark Label, which is how the logos look.

The Campagnolo Bora One 50 Disc Brake Wheelset is the killer road wheel that is tough enough to blaze away on gravel rides.