"The 33"-Road Bike Racing - Campagnolo electronics...
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Does anybody have some close-ups of the Campagnolo Record components with electronic shifters which were tested by several pro teams during last Paris-Roubaix?
Thanks in advance,
Are you sure, Timo? I would think that Paris-Roubaix is not a particular good testing ground for new technology. The race, I used to think, in many respects makes the pros go 'retro' (steel as opposed to carbon forks, strong as opposed to lightweight stuff).
Campagnolo shifting electronically? I have to check this out on Cyclingnews (http://www.cyclingnews.com/), the web-site that is usually quite up-to-date and keen on tech stuff.
Absolutely. There's a photo of the shifter on a Saeco bike in the Dutch "Fiets" magazine. They took the photo at the E3 Prijs Harelbeke. P-B was supposed to be an ultimate test and they even wished for rain.
The group name is Record 10-Speed V2.0
06-04-03, 10:09 AM
Do a search on this forum under electro campy and you will find some pictures.
Right you are!
Found this URL:
It has some descriptions and pictures (also from E3).
Photo ©: Jeff Jones/Cyclingnews.com
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