Bianchi Oltre XR.2 Campagnolo 80th Anniversary Edition

Another Campagnolo 80th Anniversary Edition bike: Bianchi Oltre XR.2 “Campagnolo 80” – limited edition launched at the Eurobike 2013. The new bike features a natural carbon matt black color with silver chrome paint glossy inserts.

Casati Campagnolo 80th Anniversary Limited Edition

Casati is an Italian bike manufacturer, building hand-made frames. To celebrate Campagnolo’s 80th anniversary, they built a hand-made, limited edition bike, equipped with Campagnolo 80th anniversary groupset. A real beauty.

LeMond Limited Edition Series

LeMond Limited Edition Series: Greg Lemond, triple Tour de France winner (the only American to win the Tour), and twice UCI World Champion, teamed up with the French frame manufacturer Time to relaunch his signature brand. The first three models are limited editions and different only in cosmetics, named after Greg LeMond’s three Tour de …

Campagnolo celebrates its 80th anniversary

On May 22nd, Wednesday, Campagnolo celebrated its 80th anniversary with an event hosted at the headquarters of Vicenza, with attendance of Alfredo Martini, Vittorio Adorni, Jan Janssen, Eddy Merckx, Francesco Moser, Greg Lemond, Miguel Indurain, Alex Zanardi, and Fabrizio Macchi.

Pinarello DOGMA 65.1 Campagnolo 80th Anniversary Special Edition

The famous Italian bicycle manufacturer Pinarello has released another special edition bike: DOGMA 65.1 Campagnolo 80th Anniversary Special Edition. Previously, Pinarello has made a special Giro d’Italia edition of Pinarello DOGMA 65.1 Think 2, their high-end racing bike: Dogma 65.1 Think 2 2013 Giro d’Italia Edition.

Campagnolo 80th Anniversary Groupset

Campagnolo has revealed the 80th Anniversary Groupset. The group is mechanical, has the quality of Super Record level but labeled 80th Anniversary group with a Matte finish. The limited production will be available this spring. There’s also an 80th Anniversary wheelset released by the Italian brand. The wheelset has two options: Bora Ultra II or Bullet Ultra but …