Hyperon Ultra: The magic ratio of performance
Lightweight construction unmatched reactivity and superior handling.
Campagnolo are delighted to announce the brand new Hyperon Ultra, weighing just 1240g - adding a super light-weight, high performance wheel to their extensive range.
The Hyperon Ultra wheelset are crafted using a Campagnolo exclusive technique; the handmade Ultra-Light Carbon (H.U.L.C) process., which ensures optimisation of the profiles, balancing the quantity of carbon fibre and proprietary resin for increased stiffness and control.
The optimal rim profile has been identified as 37mm by Campagnolo engineers, to provide agility-enhancing wheels. They can withstand rapid and reactive changes for fast ascents and quick manoeuvres.
The inner rim width of 21mm offers extreme stiffness and extra weight savings.
Utilising the highest quality CULT bearings, Campagnolo are able to provide maximum efficiency and durability for unmatched smoothness. Standing for Ceramic Ultimate Level Technology, CULT bearings offer a significant upgrade from all other bearings.
The key to CULTs extraordinary performance is using the highest quality materials in its hybrid construction.
Incredibly hard and perfectly round ceramic bearings maintain consistent performance over time and run on synthetic oil on stainless-steel races which have been specially-treated to make them resistant to wear.
The Hyperon Ultra hubs feature the Head-2-Bay total tension management system, created to prevent spoke inelastic shearing and to ensure optimal power is transferred to the road.
Crafted by the finest materials and deploying high quality engineering, the Hyperon Ultra wheelset is finished off with Campagnolo’s top quality C-Lux coating to ensure a high-gloss surface to complete the aesthetic.
Campagnolo said: “We have really pushed the boundaries with Hyperon Ultra, creating “the magic ratio of performance”. These wheels are built with pure agility and performance in mind, balancing across all elements: lightness, handling and reactivity."