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SRAM or Campy equivalent to S-TEC?

Old 08-09-20, 12:42 PM
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SRAM or Campy equivalent to S-TEC?

Quick question as the title suggests: do either SRAM or Campagnolo have an equivalent to Shimano's S-Tec program? I have to imagine they have some kind of internal training material available, but I've never seen it despite working in multiple shops and bike companies...
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A long time ago, when Campagnolo introduced a complicated shift lever, that had to be assembled in the retail shop.

(we're talking downtube shifter era).

Interbike Trade show is likely not going to happen this year January may go or not https://www.ntradeshows.com/interbike/

& in a high population area they had a workshop , day..

you ask Campagnolo USA ? https://www.campagnolo.com/US/en/contact_us

And SRAM ? https://www.sram.com/en/company/contact
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