Campagnolo Bora One 35 Rim Wheelset

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700c clincher wheelset Campagnolo continues a tradition of excellence with this wheelset. Light and stiff with a distinctive aerodynamic profile. 


Full carbon rims available in either 35mm or 50mm depths, provides high lateral stiffness for handling with excellent aerodynamics while minimizing cross-wind interference. Laced to alloy hubs with USB ceramic cup and cone bearings.

  • Campagnolo G3 spoke pattern has twice as many spokes on the rear drive side wheel resulting in greater lateral rigidity and power transfer while reducing stress on the spokes and wheel vibrations
  • Spoke Anti-Rotation System allows spokes to maintain the best aerodynamic position
  • USB ceramic bearings increase smoothness and decrease rolling resistance, weight and the need for maintenance. USB bearings are 50% smoother than standard Campagnolo bearings
  • Includes Campagnolo wheel bags
  • Not intended for use for riders over 240 lbs
  • Proprietary 3DIAMANT breaking surface treatment uses diamond tipped precision tools to finish the brake track, removing all imperfections to improve braking performance in all conditions while creating more linear and smooth braking


  • Cassette Body Type: Campagnolo 10/11/12 
  • Defined Color: Black
  • Eyelets: None
  • Front Axle: QR x 100mm
  • Hub Color: black
  • Hub Drilling: 18 , 21
  • Hub Model: Campagnolo Bora One
  • Hub/Brake Compatibility: Rim Brake
  • ISO Diameter: 622 / road / 29"
  • Nipple Material: Alloy
  • Rear Axle: QR x 135mm
  • Rim: Bora One 35 rim with AC3 braking surface, AC3 logo on rim
  • Rim Color: Carbon
  • Rim Depth (mm): 35 mm-front, 35 mm-rear
  • Rim Joint: Carbon
  • Rim Material: Carbon
  • Rim Width (External): 24.2 mm
  • Rim Width (Internal): 17 mm , 17 mm
  • Skewer Included: Yes
  • Spoke Color: Black
  • Spoke Info: Campagnolo
  • Spoke Interface: Straight Pull
  • Spoke Profile: Bladed
  • Tire Type: Clincher
  • Valve Length: Medium Presta Valve 41-55mm
  • Weight: 1405 g
  • Wheel Size: 700c

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  • 5
    Silky smoooth, fe...ather light

    Posted by Unknown on 18th May 2017

    Great all around wheel. Lower profile rim doesn't get blown around in crosswinds like deeper rims. 700x25 tires fit nicely in wider rims.

  • 5
    Good quality wheels

    Posted by Rich on 2nd May 2017

    I bought these wheels after considering many. Sizing aside, I chose this because it was the lightest quality carbon wheel that didn't have a tire pressure cap, which indicates a sturdier wheel to me. The only minor inconvenience is that since I ordered the Shimano hub for the Campy wheel, I needed the 1.85 mm (and maybe also the 1 mm) spacer(s), but spacers did not come with the wheels. I only did one ride on them so far, so I can't comment about any long term experiences. I have Vittoria Corsa G5+ tires on them. The ride is noticably nicer and faster than my old wheels - Ritchey WCS with Vittoria Open Corsa EVO CX tires.The Campy wheel is also much quieter, which I like. But so far so good.

  • 5
    Typical Superb Campy Product

    Posted by Rare Clan on 24th Feb 2017

    I have always been a fan of Campy equipment and especially their wheels. The Bora One 35's are my 5th pair of Campy wheels so far. I have ridden on wheels from Zipp, HED, ENVE, Reynolds, Mavic, American Classic, on and on. Some of which I still have and ride. None of them can compare to Campy for me. The closest comparison would be ENVE I suppose. Campy doesn't normally throw around a lot of "scientific" data from wind-tunnels etc. to try to prove their wheels like the HED and Zipp folks, but in my opinion that is mostly hype and very rarely applicable in the real world of cycling - especially racing. These wheels are just as fast, if not faster than all the rest. On top of that they are great looking and very well built. I have experienced no flex while sprinting (same goes for the other Campy wheels I own) and they roll like butter. If you are debating whether to go with the 50's or 35's it's a tough call. The 50's do seem to roll slightly better on the flats (maybe more aero or do to the rotational mass?) and the 35's do seem to be a little better on very long/extended climbs (and slightly more snap out of a corner sprinting), but these differences are extremely minimal and it might simply come down to which one you like the looks of better.