The need to improve what is already considered the benchmark means every single detail, even the most basic, is attended to.
The new Super Record 12x2 Speed Disc Brake groupset is presented on the market with an innovative rear derailleur designed with 3D Embrace technology that enables the chain to maintain the highest level of traction, even on the smallest sprockets. The new front derailleur with its double connector rod system enhances the use of the 24 speeds and takes full advantage of each combination of metric development. It always finds the ideal ratio for every incline.
The new Ergopower controls are even more ergonomic due to the unique shape of the levers that allows for even better operation. The new crankset with the two-by-two coupling of the arms, is a step forward in stiffness, whilst keeping constant the technologies and advantages characteristic of Super Record.
The new sprocket packs contain an extra sprocket and highlight the incredibly technological processing of the larger sprockets enclosed in the two triplet single-piece monolith units. The new 5.2 mm chain maintains the high Campagnolo standards, enhancing the derailings of the new Super Record drivetrain through the alignment of the pins on the external links.
Last but not least, the Disc Brake technology developed by Campagnolo for the 2018 product range ensures that the Super Record groupset has the greatest braking force and modulability possible.
The disc brake calipers are compatible with rotors 160 mm on the front and 140 mm to 160m diameter for the rear, mounting hardware for use with 160 mm rear rotors not included.
11-34 Cassette requires medium cage rear derailleur