Campagnolo Khamsin Wheelset
Perfect for new riders, this entry-level wheel from Campagnolo actually comes with a lot more features than you'd expect from a beginner wheel. At ProBikeKit, you're getting this wheel for a great price, which means you'll get a brilliant set of wheels for your bike that are much more than just an entry level set. - T.H
*The nominal weight refers to the lightest possible configuration of the wheels.
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Campagnolo's budget wheelset isnâ€™t light, but includes quality features and runs smooth and long for the money. Fulcrum and Campagnolo are closely related and the Khamsin shares the same front hub shell, skewers and steel freehub body of the formerâ€™s Â£850-more-expensive Racing Five wheels.
They share the same double driveside, single offside arrangement, with straight-gauge round spokes grouped into distinctive triple sheafs at the rim. The Khamsin also gets more rounded non-eyeletted rims and weight reflects the low price.
The freehub is available in Campagnolo or SRAM/Shimano formats. It picks up drive securely and the wheels track and transmit power purposefully. The open centre covers can harbour grime if not checked regularly. Not light, but a predictable handling, solid feeling and long running wheelset for the price.
(please note PBK only stock the Campagnolo freehub version)
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I had the 2006 version of these wheels, and was popping the spoke nipples out within 2 weeks. Save up for Eurus or Zonda wheels, you won't regret it.
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