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If there's one thing that we know about Campagnolo, it's that it loves to celebrate milestones. And why shouldn't it? After all, we can't think of another company whose story runs parallel to and, at times dictates, the story of cycling. If you couldn't tell, the names Tulio and Valentino warm our hearts, and the reason for this is obvious to any Campy lover. Their innovative spirits have created designs that molded the zeitgeist of road racing, regardless of its era. Whether it be the first quick-release, the Cambio Corsa dual-rod gear changer, or the first 11-speed gruppo, technological change has always been driven by Campy. Perhaps this is why everyone from Bartali to Indurain would ride nothing else? And so, to celebrate this lineage of excellence, Campagnolo has dignified its 80th year with the limited edition 80th Anniversary Group. Over the years, Campagnolo has graced us with both monumental and subtle anniversary celebrations. Most recently, there was the 75th anniversary book, 'Campagnolo: 75 Years of Cycling Passion,' that you'll find on every desk in our office. Before that was a lesson in subtlety with Campy's 60th anniversary, which marked the last year that components didn't have their group name printed on them, and the abandonment of the original C Record design. But, most relevant to this 80th group, is the Campagnolo 50th Anniversary Group. Released in 1983, Campagnolo produced about 10,000 of them, and even today, this group's gold-plated Super Record design is the object of desire for any serious collector. In fact, Campy 50th demonstrates two common truths for us: It's important to obtain these while you can, and that their value is nearly certain to increase. And while the first two numbers of 50th belong to Campagnolo and the late Pope John Paul II, it's not uncommon for sub-200 mint sets to sell for upwards of $10,000, today. However, while Campagnolo continues to design for the future, it does recognize the contributions of the past. ...
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Campagnolo. The name resonates in the heart of every bike aficionado, and in some cycling languages, translates to 'the best product money can buy.' For decades, Campagnolo has been at the forefront of technological innovation, continuously redefining what can be dreamed and what can be created; it has now surpassed our dreams with the creation of Electronic Power Shift, or EPS. A precise, reliable, and accurate electronic shifting system is remarkable, but it loses meaning without the touch and thrill of user engagement. The direct connection between the rider and the ride of a lifetime is at the heart of the beautiful and ergonomic Record 11 Ergopower Shifters. Record 11 EPS differs little from its big brother, Super Record 11 EPS, and the same goes for their corresponding EPS shifters. The Super Record 11 EPS Ergopower Shifters' have an almost negligible weight advantage, making the Record 11 EPS shift levers the choice for canny consumers looking to lessen the hit on the wallet of the EPS technology. Campagnolo broke the mold, quite literally, of lever design when it developed the EPS to surpass its mechanical shifters. While competitors integrated an adjustable lever position into their existing shifters' designs, Campagnolo engineers conducted studies on the ergonomic functionality of shifters to develop the e-Ergonomy Evolution, a re-design of the esteemed Ergopower Levers. Along with new dedicated hoods, the new levers follow the contours of the hand to create more contact and control, direct powerful braking, and full lever usage from any forward position on the bars, and for any hand size. The position of Lever Three, for downshifting, has also changed from the mechanical Record 11; it's now swept down into a smooth, longer contour that requires less compression, and nearly eliminates the long reach of its predecessor. The new Lever 3 makes the downshift more accessible from deep in the drops and more comfortable from the hoods. As expected, Ca...
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For more than 75 years, Campagnolo has been at the forefront of cycling innovation. From the invention of the quick-release hub to the Gran Sport derailleur, Campagnolo has always tackled difficult challenges with a sense of bravado that's won them a fiercely loyal fan base. So, it's not surprising that Campagnolo spent twenty years and went through six research models to develop the ultimate in electronic shifter design, the Super Record 11 EPS Ergopower Shifters. To make sure they got it right, Campagnolo subjected this electronic breakthrough to over a season under the legs of the MoviStar Team. While long out of reach for non-professionals, Campagnolo' s electronic prototypes are in production, and preferential accessibility is a thing of the past. EPS shift levers are coming to take the cycling world by storm. Campagnolo rethought the mold, quite literally, of lever design when it developed the EPS, or Electronic Power Shift, to surpass its mechanical shifters. While competitors integrated an adjustable lever position into their existing shifters' designs, Campagnolo engineers conducted studies on the ergonomic functionality of shifters to develop the e-Ergonomy Evolution, a re-design of the esteemed Ergopower Levers. Along with new dedicated hoods, the new levers follow the contours of the hand to create more contact and control, direct powerful braking, and full lever usage from any forward position on the bars, and for any hand size. The position of Lever Three, for downshifting, has also changed from the mechanical Super Record; it's now swept down into a smooth, longer contour that requires less compression, and nearly eliminates the long reach of its predecessor. The new Lever 3 makes the downshift more accessible from deep in the drops and more comfortable from the hoods. As expected, Campagnolo engineers have gone above and beyond to accommodate Campy purists wary of electronic shifting by retaining their 'one lever, one shift' motto, and by develop...
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For more than 75 years, Campagnolo has been at the forefront of cycling innovation. From the invention of the quick-release hub to the Gran Sport derailleur, Campagnolo has always tackled difficult challenges with a sense of bravado that's won them a fiercely loyal fan base. So, it's not surprising that Campagnolo spent twenty years and went through six research models to develop the ultimate in electronic shifter design, the Super Record 11 EPS Ergopower Shifters. To make sure they got it right, Campagnolo subjected this electronic breakthrough to over a season under the legs of the MoviStar Team. While long out of reach for non-professionals, Campagnolo' s electronic prototypes are in production, and preferential accessibility is a thing of the past. EPS shift levers are coming to take the cycling world by storm. Campagnolo rethought the mold, quite literally, of lever design when it developed the EPS, or Electronic Power Shift, to surpass its mechanical shifters. While competitors integrated an adjustable lever position into their existing shifters' designs, Campagnolo engineers conducted studies on the ergonomic functionality of shifters to develop the e-Ergonomy Evolution, a re-design of the esteemed Ergopower Levers. Along with new dedicated hoods, the new levers follow the contours of the hand to create more contact and control, direct powerful braking, and full lever usage from any forward position on the bars, and for any hand size. The position of Lever Three, for downshifting, has also changed from the mechanical Super Record; it's now swept down into a smooth, longer contour that requires less compression, and nearly eliminates the long reach of its predecessor. The new Lever 3 makes the downshift more accessible from deep in the drops and more comfortable from the hoods. As expected, Campagnolo engineers have gone above and beyond to accommodate Campy purists wary of electronic shifting by retaining their 'one lever, one shift' motto, and by develop...
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After twenty years of research, Campagnolo developed an unrivaled electronic shifting system; it built the Campagnolo EPS Power Unit to house the brains and power source of the system in a case that protects these vital elements from everything under the sun. Digital Tech Intelligence (DTI) is the brains of the entire Electronic Power System (EPS), and performs the most important operations in blisteringly fast time. For movement operations, DTI is in constant communication with the EPS Interface, receiving digital signals from the Super Record 11 EPS Shift Levers, processing them through unique algorithms, and translating that information into the movements for the front and rear derailleurs. Concurrently, DTI is checking and maintaining onboard diagnostics, managing and checking the charge status of the battery pack, and controlling all derailleur automatic correction functions. Impressed yet? It does more. DTI is the fail-safe against all system anomalies in EPS, signaling warnings through an acoustical buzzer on the undercarriage of the Power Unit and transmitting signal to the EPS Interface, which communicates the information to you through a detailed RGB-variant color coding system. It also relays a message upon resolution of any system anomaly. As mentioned, the EPS Power Unit also houses the Battery Pack that powers the Digital Tech Intelligence. The lithium ion Battery Pack holds a charge longer than any electronic shifting system battery in production. In Standby Mode the Battery Pack can retain a charge for six months. In use, the charge autonomy varies by type of usage. At opposite ends of the spectrum, a 310 mile-per-month rider can expect around 964 miles per full charge, whereas a 1242 mile-per-month monster can expect roughly 1260 miles per full charge. Just as the DTI acts as a fail-safe for system anomalies, the Battery Pack has its own failure-prevention system to protect EPS and the battery. Operating at full charge from 11. 1 nominal volts...
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We can tell you lots of things about the Campagnolo Record 11-Speed Cable Kit. They have stainless steel inner wires and friction-resistant housings lubed with special grease. They've even produced some numbers demonstrating how low the friction is. To quote, Campagnolo cables maintain a constant friction value of 20-22 N at the most critical point, i. e. when the cable is actuated. A truly incredible value when one considers that some systems produced by other manufacturers exhibit values in the range of 130-140 N. Is N another way of saying Newton/meters? We're not sure. But it's intriguing and appealing. But all of that tech stuff pales in comparison to this one nugget. You need this 11-speed cable kit because of the unique 4. 1mm outside diameter to the shift cable housing. And the housing fits directly into the lever body, so matching this size is essential. Likewise, so is matching the Campagnolo shift cable diameter and cable end shape. Put the wrong cable in the shifter, choose the wrong shape, and you'll be drilling to get that cable end out when it comes time to replace the shift cables. Use 11 speed cables and housing with 11 speed levers. Use 10 speed cables and housing with 10 speed levers. Do not go vice-versa!The Campagnolo Record 11 Cable Kit comes with two brake cables, two shift cables, ferrules, and enough brake and shift housing to cable one bike. This housing works with all Campagnolo 11-speed shifting components. The kit comes in black, red, or white.
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