Cycling's Worst-Kept Secret: Campagnolo's Super Record 12-Speed Eps Groupset Launches

Cycling's worst-kept secret: Campagnolo's Super Record 12-speed EPS groupset launches

Less than a year after Campagnolo launched its Super Record 12-speed mechanical groupset, the inevitable EPS electronic version has landed. The groupset's arrival came as no surprise, having already been spotted on World Road Champion Alejandro Valverde’s bike in 2019’s early season races. All-new Campagnolo 12-speed EPS electronic groupset spotted Campagnolo Super Record 12-speed hydraulic brakes first ride review Improve ergonomics The new groupset shares a number of components with the mechanical version, but adds in EPS parts, which have been re-engineered for 12-speed, and some all-new or improved ones too. Externally similar, the Ergopower controls come in rim and hydraulic disc brake versions, and maintain the superb ergonomics of the mechanical system, but with, in my opinion, a superior thumb lever shape. Unlike the mechanical one, the downward sweep of the EPS inner lever requires little thumb or hand movement to operate from the hoods or drops, further accelerating ...

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