Bora WTO

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Madone69
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by Madone69

is this the first pro win for the WTO60 yesterday by Kristoff.... i see Gavaria also rolling them yesterday...wonder which tyre or tyre combo they were running.
https://www.pezcyclingnews.com/wp-conte ... ia-920.jpg

Nefarious86
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Looks like V2.0 Corssa

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Nefarious86 wrote:Looks like V2.0 Corssa

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Correct!

kevinw
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by kevinw

Anyone have a recommendation for tubeless valves for the 60s? I would prefer a one-piece as I worry about the extenders loosening off and filling my carbon wheels with sealant.

Madone69
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by Madone69

kevinw wrote:
Tue Apr 02, 2019 1:53 pm
Anyone have a recommendation for tubeless valves for the 60s? I would prefer a one-piece as I worry about the extenders loosening off and filling my carbon wheels with sealant.

i am sure they are sold with the valves

guyc
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by guyc

They are

kevinw
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by kevinw

Mine came with two piece valves? Ie a tubeless valve and an extender.

Thias
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by Thias

Looking for a new wheelset, I was interested at first in a pair of Bora one's 50 because I've heard (and read) that they're stiff enough for a 82 kgs cyclist. Now that the WTO's 45 have been launched, I think they might be a better option. Does anyone know if the WTO's 45 are as stiff as the One's 50 ?

wfcarrot
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by wfcarrot

Heard from LBS, my new wheels won't be deliveried until mid-May.
2018 Sworks Tarmac SL6 - 7.2kg
2017 Colnago C60 - 6.29kg

fogman
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by fogman

@wilwil. What size tires are you using on your WTO 45s and what do they measure when mounted? Thanks.


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wilwil
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by wilwil

fogman wrote:
Thu Apr 04, 2019 12:34 pm
@wilwil. What size tires are you using on your WTO 45s and what do they measure when mounted? Thanks.


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They are Vittoria Corsa 25 mm with inner tubes and they measure 27 mm wide.
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neeb
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by neeb

wilwil wrote:
Thu Apr 04, 2019 4:35 pm
fogman wrote:
Thu Apr 04, 2019 12:34 pm
@wilwil. What size tires are you using on your WTO 45s and what do they measure when mounted? Thanks.


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They are Vittoria Corsa 25 mm with inner tubes and they measure 27 mm wide.
Anyone using 23mm clinchers on these or the 60s? I'm guessing they might come up at about 25mm and so be an ideal aerodynamic match with the 26.5mm rim width?


akaspin
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by akaspin

Are these wheels available separatelly (front/rear) anywhere?

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Alexandrumarian
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by Alexandrumarian

the only site i know selling separate Campy wheels is cycletyres.com but no WTO listed atm

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