What’S The Difference Between Campagnolo’S Road Groupsets?

Joseph Delves 16 Sep 2021 Groupsets Explained: We look at the differences between all of Campagnolo’s road bike groupsets Out of the three leading groupset manufacturers, Italian firm Campagnolo is the smallest but most storied. Accounting for a volume of sales inversely proportional to the number of mechanics with its logo tattooed somewhere about their body, its products inspire unusual levels of devotion. Formerly the stuff of dream bike builds, the increase in the cost of Shimano’s top-tier offerings might yet spark something of a renaissance for the Vicenza-based firm. Always a high-end manufacturer, Campagnolo long since ceded the entry-level and mid-market to its rivals. Allowing it to concentrate solely on racing products plus its Ekar gravel range, its groupsets have a reputation for durability, beautiful aesthetics, and premium pricing. With such a focused range, many technologies appear across multiple groupsets in the firm’s line-up. Campagnolo currently produces a single ...

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