Campagnolo Record Component Group

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $1500.00

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Campagnolo Record

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:1
Submitted by PedalCrunch a Weekend Warrior from Bay Area, California, USA

Date Reviewed: February 28, 2000

Strengths:    Durability
Legendary Coolness

Weaknesses:    Price
Don't want to scratch it up

Bottom Line:   

Smooth and s*xy (why can't I use that word???). Shifts on demand. What more can you say about Campagnolo's greatness? It's awesome!

If you're looking for the classic group for your road bike and you are:

1) Rich
2) Road Racer
3) Ride your bike a lot

Campy is great. Record is superb.

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Duration Product Used:   2 Years

Bike Setup:   '98 Litespeed Classic with full '98 Campy Record gruppo

Overall Rating:5
Submitted by Brian a Racer from Rochester, MN

Date Reviewed: November 17, 1999

1. Build quality
2. Weight
3. Servicability
4. Response


Bottom Line:   
The Record Group is the best group money can buy. My setup is a 1996 model that I bought used, otherwise this would have been well out of my price range. However, the quality and shift response difference between my bike setup with Campy Record and my other bike with Shimano Ultegra (granted, not their top of the line) is phenomenal. For instance, the Record hubs have grease ports where you can inject grease from the middle of the hub (halfway between the two skewer ends). Grease goes in there, pushing any grit out at the outsides of the hub. The finish is fantastic, and you barely need to think about shifting and you have already made the transition. The Ultegra setup on my other bike is none of these.

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Favorite Trail:   
Open road

Duration Product Used:   
1 Year

Similar Products Used:   
Shimano Ultegra

Bike Setup:   
Litespeed Ultimate

Reviews 1 - 2 (2 Reviews Total)

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Endor Flow Trail Q: Who has the record for most consecutive runs?

Curious who owns this auspicious title. We did 6 runs yesterday (my second time there) and it was awesome!!! As a newbie to the trail found that I got better with each consecutive run but every run took a little out of me too. Run 6 was a little rough for this old body of mine. Side note: Gre ... Read More »

Hour record

Not really mtb related, but it's racing related. I watched "The Flying Scotsman" last night and I did a search on the guy featured, Graeme Obree. I didn't realize it was based on real life. I knew the record thing was real, but a bike made of washing machine parts? Crazy! So I got to look ... Read More »

AZ Devo Rider, Ryan Geiger, Sets Record at Leadville

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Hottest June on Record!

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