Considering that Tulio Campagnolo invented the ubiquitous quick-release, it should come as no surprise that Campagnolo wheels are among the finest a cyclist can choose. We’ve been riding them for generations, from the days of indexed bar-end shifters to today’s high tech age of electronics and hydraulics, and they keep on proving to be some of the most enjoyable wheels to mount on a bike. It’s difficult to explain, but there’s a certain magic that lives within any pair of Campagnolo wheels. From their entry-level alloy options to their top tier carbon rim, ceramic bearing-equipped offerings, there’s just something about them that feels different. And it feels damn good.
Born from pure race experience, Campagnolo began creating wheels and wheel parts back in the 1930s and have since delivered countless riders to victory on the sport's grandest stage. For years, polished silver Campagnolo Record hubs paired with their iconic dark anodized box section rims were the top choice of pros and amateurs alike and continue to be some of the most sought after cycling collectibles.