Campagnolo Bora Ultra 2 vs other wheelsets. help me choose

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FreaK
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by FreaK

The nice thing about Boras is that even though they're pretty much the same rim as a Corima Aero, and so FFWD, the finish is stellar. They ride like campy wheels too, though with less give than the lower profile stuff you're used to, very racy. Which is what it is. I'd suggest doing a search on boras here on WW. People like em and for good reason.

If you want something really cool with a great rim I'd seriously look at the new carbon spoked Corimas like Kreuziger was riding in the mountains last month. I'm super curious to find out how they ride.
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I have been lucky enough to ride all the new wheels and it's the ENVE 3.4 or 6.7 by a big margin for me.

Plus the option to pick hub color and ceramic or stainless bearing is BIG

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by highwater

cwdzoot wrote:I have been lucky enough to ride all the new wheels and it's the ENVE 3.4 or 6.7 by a big margin for me.

Plus the option to pick hub color and ceramic or stainless bearing is BIG


I just got the Enve 6.7s and they are amazing. I don't have ay other experiences with carbon wheels though. What is it about the Enve SES wheels that separates them from the others in your experience?

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