Campagnolo has revealed entirely new Super Record, Record and Chorus mechanical groupsets, and the Italian company’s third level groupset, Chorus now has an electronic version – Chorus EPS (“EPS” is the acronym for “Electronic Power Shift”).
Baum Corretto is the winner of BUKHBS 2014 (Bespoked UK Handmade Bicycle Show). The Corretto is (corretto means “correct” in Italian) equipped with Campagnolo 80th Anniversary Groupset.
Colnago C35 is not only an artwork, it is also a milestone in history of the cycling technology. It was produced in 1989, as a commemorative model created in celebration of Colnago’s 35th anniversary. Developed from the work with Ferrari Engineering, it was one of the first frames to be manufactured using a carbon fiber […]
Team Sp-Tableware is a Greek continental cycling team. They’re using Eddy Merckx bikes equipped with Campagnolo components.
Breadwinner Cycles is a framebuilder shop from Portland, Oregon, US. They have manufactured a special frameset for Campagnolo’s electronic groupset Super Record EPS.
Another Campagnolo 80th Anniversary Edition bike: Bianchi Oltre XR.2 “Campagnolo 80” – limited edition launched at Eurobike 2013. The new bike features a natural carbon matt black color with silver chrome paint glossy inserts.
Darren Crisp is an American framebuilder. He is building custom handmade titanium frames. Crisp has built a custom frame dedicated to Campagnolo’s 80th anniversary mechanical groupset.
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.
Bicycles were introduced in the 19th century in Europe and now number more than a billion worldwide, twice as many as automobiles. They are the principal means of transportation in many regions. They also provide a popular form of recreation, and have been adapted for use as children’s toys, general fitness, military and police applications, […]
The first name of “gruppo” (groupset) came with the Campagnolo Gran Sport rear derailleur in 1953. Rear & front derailleur, hubs, and levers were for the first time sold as part of a unique system.