The Campagnola Bora One is a racer’s dream with its meticulous construction and medium aero design. You should be aware that you will be required to pay for such a sweet dream, however. If you can afford it, it is a worthy wheelset.
Campagnola first dabbled in tubular wheelsets before venturing into clincher territory. In fact, you could probably say that the Bora One is an interpretation of the original design. Now with its carbon construction and moderately aero feel, it is sufficed to say that the Bora One is light. Despite this, you could argue it is not as light as it could be, given the competition. This is not something that you could sense, however, once they are fixed to your bike. The extra grams simply fade away.
This made us all the more anxious to see what the Bora One had to offer in terms of speed. It certainly did not disappoint! The wheels got us to some pretty incredible speeds quite fast. Not to mention, it was absolutely a breeze when hitting the inclines. Along with the speed, of course, we also noticed a comfortable amount of stiffness with the wheelset. Similarly, it is difficult to beat the Bora One for stability. It offers incredible support even when the weather gets a little dicey.
A point that deserves special mention is the 3 diamante brake track that was introduced to the wheelset. It balances out the speed that you can pick up with these wheels. Of course, the elephant in the room is the price of the Campagnola Bora One – it is nothing to sneeze at. Unless you are looking to compete at a pretty intense level, the Bora One may not be worth draining your bank account.
Gets great speed, even on incline
Excellent brake track
If you are all about winning, you certainly need the Campagnolo Bora One accompanying you on your victory lap.
Although this wheelset is quite an investment, it will definitely pay you back in speed, stability, and an excellent performance