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Campagnolo introduces the release of the modernised version of the top-of-the-line carbon wheels that have transfixed the most demanding cyclists around the world for many years. The beautiful design elements in the three different profile heights enrich the well-known Bora Ultra WTO and Bora WTO models.
The BORA WTO 45 DISC BRAKE is the perfect combination of stability at high speeds and handling on the most technical routes, at a significantly lower weight compared to the previous model and with a structure that provides an unprecedented sense of control.
Versions available: Campagnolo freehub body, HG11 freehub body, XDR freehub body
SUPERIOR CONTROL AT EXTREME SPEED
Possess pure control. The instantly recognisable G3 lacing ensures maximum stiffness and cornering precision – and stunning, premium aesthetics. Fly around tight bends and carve the perfect line on wider C23 rims, fitting wider tyres.
LIGHTWEIGHT FOR REACTIVE CHANGES OF PACE
Feel weightless. The BORA WTO is made from Handmade Ultra-Light Carbon (H.U.L.C.), with an N3W freewheel hub and C-LUX lacquer-free finish. This profound combination minimises weight by over 100 g across all profile heights compared to the previous model.
Become speed. Unleash powerful sprints and save your power while drafting. The aerodynamically optimised rim profile, plus Mo-Mag technology, gives you reduced drag power across-the-board. The unique ‘drop-shape’ rim profile takes inspiration from the most aerodynamic shape in nature to deliver exceptional performance and ride comfort
N3W stand for NEXT 3 WAYS, a patented standard for a freewheel body engineered to house 11-, 12- and 13-speed cassettes with 9-, 10- and 11-tooth starting sprockets that is still compatible with older 9- and 10-speed cassettes.
Campagnolo’s iconic G3 geometry challenges the conventional configuration of wheel spokes on racing bikes. Groups of three parallel straight-pull spokes are in fact arranged in a ratio of 2:1.
N3W stand for NEXT 3 WAYS, a patented standard for a freewheel body engineered to house 11-, 12- and 13-speed cassettes with 9-, 10- and 11-tooth starting sprockets that is still compatible with older 9- and 10-speed cassettes. To make it compatible with all of today’s cassettes with 11-tooth starting sprockets, simply use the N3W ring (kit complete with ring + ring code AC21-N3W), which makes them the same length as the classic body. N3W is directly compatible with the new Campagnolo cassettes with 9- and 10-tooth starting sprockets. N3W has the same groove profile as the classic Campagnolo body but it is 4.4 mm shorter, making it much lighter. There is also a N3W Light version with an aeronautical-quality aluminum hub with optimized geometrics that delivers maximum torsional stiffness and maximum performance control. Special Campagnolo processes have resulted in a patented Next 3 Ways freewheel body with unmatched smoothness and lightness. The N3W freewheel body is used on Bora WTO, Bora Ultra WTO, and Hyperon Ultra carbon wheels for racing bikes and on Shamal Carbon wheels.
Campagnolo’s iconic G3 geometry challenges the conventional configuration of wheel spokes on racing bikes. Groups of three parallel straight-pull spokes are in fact arranged in a ratio of 2:1. Having twice as many spokes on one side allows wheels with G3 technology to achieve perfectly balanced tensions, increasing stiffness and improving energy transfer. An iconic design with unique style that helps to improve load absorption and reduce weights. The G3 spoke pattern also has a positive effect on the steering experience: the original triplet pattern reduces perceived vibrations, minimizing micro-deformation of the rim under tension and its response to stressors on the course. G3 geometry is designed with optimized solutions for front and back wheels. The front one has more spokes on the disc side to absorb braking loads. Whereas on the back one the same loads are transferred to twice the number of spokes on the cassette side through the monolithic hub body: an intuitive idea that enables functioning during both braking and energy transfer during pedaling. The G3 spoke pattern is used on Bora WTO and Bora Ultra WTO racing wheels, wheels in the Shamal family and on all the aluminum wheels in the Campagnolo collection.