First spotted on Colnago’s recently launched TT1 crono bike, Campagnolo is debuting its new time trial levers, along with a new deep-section front wheel called the Bora Ultra WTO 80 and a full disc rear wheel simply dubbed the Bora Ultra WTO.
The new combination brake/shifter levers are compatible with Campagnolo’s 12-speed Super-Record EPS groupset with hydraulic disc brakes, featuring textured hoods for optimal comfort and grip, along with a Torx bolt on the outside of the lever that’s designed to adjust the position of the brake lever instead of adjusting the contact point of the disc brakes.
Pricing and availability for the new levers is yet to be announced by Campagnolo.
As for the Bora Ultra WTO 80, weighing in at an impressive 740 grams, the wheel features Campagnolo’s H.U.L.C (Handmade Ultralight Carbon) carbon construction and Luxury finish that does away with lacquer, giving the wheel a mirror-like finish, while its aerodynamic signature is optimized via the brand’s Aero Mo-Mag spoke nipple arrangement that spin on its CULT ceramic-bearing equipped hubs.
For those looking for maximum aerodynamic gains, the Bora Ultra WTO is a full disc clincher wheel that’s likely tubeless-ready as well, replacing the out-going Bora Ultra TT, which was a rim brake tubular option only wheel.
Like the Bora Ultra WTO 80, Campagnolo hasn’t provided any details on pricing and availability.
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