The new and updated Shamal Wheels with the wider 17mm rim width to match up with the rest of the Campagnolo range. The gold standard of performance aluminium racing wheels goes by the name of Shamal™.
The stealth version of this performance wheelset goes by the name of Shamal Mille™ and the sophisticated surface treatment that gives this wheelset its sleek and elegant dark look also represents a significant performance advantage. This treatment permits surefooted and strong braking power, above and beyond that of normal aluminium rims, in both wet and dry conditions.
New for this year is a C17 rim that ensures a better rim/tire interface and thus improved performance especially when using 25 and 28mm tyres. The already elegant wheelset gets a facelift in the form of black anodized nipples, to complete its understated dark look.
The new Shamal Mille™ is sure to turn heads of both the competition on race day as well as those next to you at the stoplight.
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Round and black with amazing bearings. Cosmetically great and light. It says Campagnolo on them too. Nothing better for the money in my opinion.
I wanted a strong set of wheels for climbing days, when I didn't want to use my deep carbon clinchers. After searching around for a while, I bought these as they seemed like great value and exactly what I was looking for performance wise. When they arrived and I fitted them with S Works cotton turbo tyres, I couldn't believe how cool they looked. They also perform fantastically on the road, good weight, very stiff and responsive with great quality hubs. Perfect. However.... the finish on the breaking surfaces is extremely thin and WILL come off! I have done less that 500 miles in dry weather only, removing and cleaning the pads after every ride. Cleaning the bike today I have noticed a few sections where the finish is coming off, as well as a few scratches. God knows how they got there either as I really baby this bike. Such a shame as they're great wheels, although the finish doesn't effect the performance as such, it really runs the look. The finish isn't covered by warranty so its tough luck. Go for Mavic if you want lasting aesthetic appeal. Performance wise, these are still great wheels though.
I have shamal ultra c17 ,zonda c17 and shamal millet. Millet is heavier than shamal opposite to catarog data. But millet is cool and best choice for me. I can get best performance.
These wheels replace a set of Mavic Ksyrium SLR wheels whose Exalith braking surface has worn through. The Milles weigh 1449g on my digital scales, the Mavics 1402g. The Milles are noticeably stiffer than the Mavics with much less brake rub when climbing out of the saddle. The ride is firmer but this is somewhat offset by the lower tyre pressures made possible by the wider rims. I've settled on 88psi front and rear compared with 96psi on the Mavics, both running Conti GP4000S 25mm tyres. The Milles handle noticeably better than the Mavics, offering much more confidence in fast corners and they're almost silent with silent braking (with the supplied blue pads toed-in just like with the Exalith rims on the Mavics) and a silent free hub. The most obvious difference though is the bearings which are significantly faster and smoother than those in the Mavics, so much so that when coming off the power on entry to a corner the bike often feels like it's speeding up! Braking is at least as good as with the Mavics, which means it's about as good as it gets with rim brakes. The Exalith coatings on the Mavics lasted 4000 miles having endured winter grit and long descents in horrible, wet conditions in the Alps, Tenerife and Dolomites. Grit is the enemy of these braking surfaces and Campagnolo recommends filing the pads to remove grit. I'm not sure how often I'll do this but I'll try to keep the pads as clean as possible to extend the life of the plasma braking surface. All-in-all, if you ride in the mountains in often difficult conditions, as I do, then alloy rims still make much more sense than Carbon and these are the best alloy wheels I've ridden.