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Campagnolo announces pricing, weight for new mechanical groups

  • By Spencer Powlison
  • Published Aug. 5, 2014
Campagnolo has announced weights and pricing for the new mechanical Super Record, Record, and Chorus groups.

Campagnolo has provided more details about the new Super Record, Record, and Chorus groups recently announced.

VeloNews had an opportunity to ride the new Super Record Revolution 11+ group last month in Italy, but unfortunately, the Italian company was not able to provide the hard numbers that many cyclists rely upon to choose their parts. Fortunately, the wait is over, and pricing and component weights are now public.

Super Record weights and pricing

Rear Derailleur: 166g, $537
Front Derailleur: 71g, $193
Ergopower Controls: 342g, $499
Crankset: 603g, $1,006
Mono/dual pivot brakes: 272g, $341
Dual pivot brakes: 297g, $381
Cassette: 177g, $566
BB Italian/English: 45g, $30
Integrated BB Ultra-Torque: 29g, $48
Chain weight per link: 2.1g, $68

Complete group weight: 1,660-1,701g (not including chain)
Complete group price: $3,095 (price may vary)

Record weights

Rear Derailleur: 170g, $353
Front Derailleur: 75g, $169
Ergopower Controls: 348g, $418
Crankset: 651g, $719
Mono/dual pivot brakes: 284g, $305
Dual pivot brakes: 309g, $343
Cassette: 201g, $484
BB Italian/English: 46g, $30
Integrated BB Ultra-Torque: 29g, $48
Chain weight per link: 2.1g, $68

Complete group weight: 1,758-1,800g (not including chain)
Complete group price: $2,409 (price may vary)

Chorus weights

Rear Derailleur: 183g, $279
Front Derailleur: 76g, $115
Ergopower Controls: 350g, $363
Crankset: 683g, $605
Mono/dual pivot brakes: n/a
Dual pivot brakes: 302g, $133
Cassette: 230g, $200
BB Italian/English: 46g, $30
Integrate BB Ultra-Torque: 29g, $48
Chain weight per link: 2.24g, $55

Complete group weight: 1,853-1,870g (not including chain)
Complete group price: $1,614 (price may vary)

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Spencer Powlison

Spencer Powlison

When it comes to bike racing, Spencer is a jack-of-all-trades. He loves pinning on a number, whether it’s in a local criterium, a mountain bike enduro, a cyclocross national championship, or a gran fondo. Name any cycling discipline, and more likely than not, Spencer has ridden or raced it. He has been lucky enough to work in the bike industry for the majority of his adult life, from his time turning wrenches in a Vermont bike shop to his five-year tenure at the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA).

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