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    Can you help me ID these hubs and brakes? Campy and ?

    So I've got a bike with a few things I'm not sure of the model. The rest of the bike is a mix of Campy. Any help would be appreciated.
    Hub: Campy but what model?
    Other hub--don't know this brand logo.
    Brakes: Campy Record?

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    The brake (and possibly the upper photo of a hub) are from the Campy "Aero Groupo" of 1984 vintage. I built a Trek 560 road bike with this group in '84 and hated it. I'd removed essentially new Shimano 600 and sold it before I could reverse my direction. The Campy Aero Groupo has a narrow aero seat post and the bar stem had a cool aero look with the bolt recessed, etc. All this aero did was change the "look", not the performance or much weight. But in those days, Campy was cooler than Shimano. RF

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    Thanks for your response. Was aero groupo a nickname? I am googling and nothing is coming up. Maybe it was called something else? The frame (Waterford 1200) is from around '96 and was built with new parts back then. So it would be surprising if it were built with components that old, though not out of the realm of possibility.

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    Sampson hub??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chombi View Post
    Sampson hub??
    Yes. Thanks!

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    Anyone have any more info on the Campy stuff?

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    I would start here: VeloBase.com let your cursor run over the entries to find a pic that is close then start looking at details.

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    Those brakes are Campagnolo Athena 1st generation ( Athena groupset is still being made ).

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    Quote Originally Posted by SJX426 View Post
    I would start here: VeloBase.com let your cursor run over the entries to find a pic that is close then start looking at details.
    Thanks! I forgot about Velobase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RacerNo.7 View Post
    Those brakes are Campagnolo Athena 1st generation ( Athena groupset is still being made ).
    Thank you!

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