All-new Campagnolo 12-speed EPS electronic groupset spotted

All-new Campagnolo 12-speed EPS electronic groupset spotted

Campagnolo Super Record 12-Speed EPS electronic groupsets have been spotted at the Tour Down Under in Australia, the first WorldTour race of the 2019 season. The new groupset follows on from the release of its 12-speed mechanical equivalent last spring and comes at the same time as a 12-speed wireless electronic groupset from SRAM . A close look at SRAMs new 12-speed eTap groupset Campagnolo 12-speed Record and Super Record groupsets launch WorldTour team bike guide 2019 Campagnolo’s 12-speed mechanical groupset was available for a large period of last season after being launched in April, but excluding some isolated testing, none of the Italian brand’s sponsored teams raced with the new groupset on a wider level. Electronic shifting has been used almost exclusively at the top level of cycling for several seasons now and this is likely the reason the new groupset hasn’t yet been seen being raced. For 2019, ...

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