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CAMPAGNOLO Zonda C17 Disc Wheelset 28" 6-hole Campagnolo 9x100 / 10x135mm black

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Product Description

Zonda is a reference model for aluminium wheels with rim brake in the mid-segment. As Campagnolo enters the world of disc brakes for the first time in its history, the company wants to achieve performance similar to that of a wheel with rim brake, even if the structure of a wheel with disc brake is completely different. The result is an even better acceleration performance achieved by the engineers at Campy Tech Lab. Both wheels are equipped with asymmetric rims and Mega G3 hubs to create a stable wheel set.

G3 geometry
Campagnolo has developed a spoking pattern that, compared to a conventional wheel, improves energy transmission, reduces the stress on the right spokes on the rear wheel and increases lateral stiffness. In the G3 geometry, the right side of the rear wheel has twice as many spokes as the left side. The advantages of the G3 system are amazing - improved power transmission, increased lateral stiffness, reduced spoke tension on the rear wheel. Thanks to the G3 system, vibrations are eliminated - even for heavier riders.

Dynamic Balance
The welded rim joint adds a few grams to one side of the rim. The problem is the unevenly distributed weight ratio caused by the magnet. The solution is Dynamic Balance. The mass of the rim joint is balanced with exactly the same mass. So the wheel runs perfectly balanced. In Campagnolo's top models, developers achieve this by special machining of the rim relative to the rim joint.

The "Mounting Magnet" is a magnet with a mind. That's why Campagnolo patented it. The spoke nipples are inserted into the rim through the valve opening and then guided to the corresponding opening by a magnet. The upper rim web is closed and clamping is done from the outside. The closed rim bed is more stable, no rim tape is required for clincher tyres, which saves additional weight. The spokes can be tightened and changed easily. The wheel is stiffer and more stable, making response and acceleration higher.


  • Wheelset is designed for Campagnolo cassettes
  • MOMAG combines the advantages of an unperforated rim
  • Recommended tire width: 25 - 30 mm
  • Self-locking nipples for easier maintenance and long-lasting durability
Intended use
Axle system
Front wheel 9x100, Rear wheel 10x135
Axle standard
Quick release  
Material: Aluminium
System: Hollow chamber
Profile Height: Medium (30 - 50 mm)
tire type: Wire/clincher
Braking system: Disc brake
Valve Chamber: 6,5 mm
Internal width: 17 mm
Size (In Inches): 28 inches
ETRTO (Width x Diameter): 17 x 622
Front Hub
Installation Width (mm): 100
Axle Diameter Front (mm): 9
Spokes number: 16
Material: Hub body: aluminium, bearing: cone bearing (steel), nipple: brass, chrome plated
Features: For quick release, Sealed
Rear Hub
Material: Hub body: Aluminium, bearing: cone bearing (steel), nipple: brass, chrome plated
Assembly Width: 135 mm
Diameter Axle: 10 mm
Sprocket Type: Plug Connector
Number of Gears: 11
Spokes number: 21
Features: For quick release
Material: Anodized aluminium
Style: Aero
Spoke-lacing: Radial front, Mega-G3 rear
Front Wheel
constructed for Brake type: Disc brake 6-hole  
Rear Wheel
constructed for Brake type: Disc brake 6h  
Total weight: 1596 g
Max. total load: 109 kg
Scope of Delivery
Delivery: 1 x Campagnolo Zonda C17 Disc wheel set 28 "6-hole Campagnolo  
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