Torelli Imports Bormio wheelsets - clincher

4.33/5 (6 Reviews)

Product Description

  • Handbuilt with aero spokes and a 440g machined sidewall rim
  • Hubs are sealed bearing with a serviceable cassette body
  • Rear hub is Shimano/Sram 8-10 speed or Campy 9/10 speed compatible
  • 1530g

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    User Reviews

    Overall Rating:2
    Value Rating:1
    Submitted by Mathew a Road Racer

    Date Reviewed: February 11, 2011

    Strengths:    relatively light

    Weaknesses:    Both front and rear wheel are less than stiff. Riding out of saddle lets the front wheel swing. I am not a heavy weight (165).
    Rear hub shows signifikant play after less than one year and isn't adjustable.

    Bottom Line:   
    Rim of Rear Wheel cracked around every spoke atteched to the casette side of the hub after about 1000 miles. Torelli didn'r wanted to replace it for free just offered a discount on anew one.

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    Favorite Ride:   Stelvio

    Price Paid:    $400.00

    Purchased At:   bikereligion Irvine

    Similar Products Used:   Campagnola Zonda. Somewhat heavier but much faster. Stiff like a brick! Same price.

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by metalmtn a Road Racer

    Date Reviewed: February 6, 2009

    Strengths:    fast rolling, strong, 1558g on my scale, holding up super good, i could go on and on.

    Weaknesses:    do not come w/skewers

    Bottom Line:   
    not so flashy wheelset? i like alittle flash

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    Favorite Ride:   casitas pass

    Price Paid:    $399.00

    Purchased At:   metalmtn cycling

    Similar Products Used:   am-classic sprint 350

    Bike Setup:   torelli monefalco w/ sram red, fsa bar,stem,seatpost

    Overall Rating:4
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by LeMond1 a Road Racer

    Date Reviewed: December 22, 2008

    Strengths:    1550 grams at $300
    hold up well with daily riding

    Weaknesses: skewers?

    Bottom Line:   
    When I built my bike I was trying to save some $ for a carbon wheelset. I needed to get something on the bike to ride. I was looking at some alloy wheels that I could get a deal on. For $300 w/shipping and at 1550 grams these wheels are unbeatable! Have put about a 1000 miles on them with no problems.

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    Favorite Ride:   any where

    Price Paid:    $279.00

    Purchased At:   Beyond Bikes

    Similar Products Used:   Mavic, Spinergy, Wolber

    Bike Setup:   Ridley Carbon, Dura Ace, Zipp bars-stem.
    Stronglight pulsion cranks. FSA seatpost.
    Prologo saddle. Time pedals.

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by Davefromaine a Recreational Rider

    Date Reviewed: September 2, 2008

    Strengths:    Light weight for the price - stiff for climbing. Simple cassette-carrier changing.

    Weaknesses:    Stiffer ride on harsh roads - good thing I ride steel!

    Bottom Line:   
    Beautiful wheel set. Weighs 1550 grams on my digital scale (vs. advertised 1510). Came with rim tape and cassette lock-ring, but no skewers. Ride is very stiff compared to my old Spox set, but much lighter - you can feel the improvement in climbs.

    I got the Campagnolo cassette-carrier. Be careful mounting a 9-speed Campy cassette - you'll need a thin shim to keep the lockring from going too deep and rubbing on the seal. I left it out at first and it bound up a bit. Perfect with the shim. Probably not a concern with 10 or 11 speed.

    So far so good - love 'em!

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    Favorite Ride:   Streaked Mountain Road

    Price Paid:    $320.00

    Purchased At:   Beyond Bikes dot Com

    Similar Products Used:   Spox, Rolf Vector Comp

    Bike Setup:   Merckx Corsa 0.1 with Record-9

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by Gram a Road Racer

    Date Reviewed: March 2, 2008

    Strengths:    These are really quite good. Having ridden Eastons, hand built Mavics, sew-ups and clinchers,and others, in comparison, these wheels have been holding up quite well and meet all the criteria that most cyclist want: Light weight, durability, low cost and high performance.

    Weaknesses:    Lack brand recognition, if that is an issue.

    Bottom Line:   
    Skeptical at first because of price, not brand. It is obvious that Torelli out-sources their products, but since most cycling products are, I decided to take a chance.

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    Favorite Ride:   Most...

    Price Paid:    $185.00

    Purchased At:   bike shop

    Similar Products Used:   Easton, Mavic, hand built, Shimano.

    Bike Setup:   Giant TCR, 10s Dura-ace, Ritchey.

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