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Super Record 80th Anniversary Groupset

SR80 Group

From: $2,945.60

To: $3,076.80

Price as configured: $0.00

Ergopower Shift/Brake Levers Super Record 80th Anniversary   +$468.80
Chain Super Record 80th Anniversary   +$53.60
Rear Derailleur Super Record 80th Anniversary   +$488.00
Front Derailleur Super Record 80th Anniversary   +$176.00
Bottle Cage Super Record 80th Anniversary   +$77.60
Brakeset Super Record 80th Anniversary   +$370.40

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Super Record 80th Anniversary Groupset

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To celebrate the contributions of Campagnolo to the cycling world the iconic Italian company has taken the highest evolution of the mechanical groupset added revolutionary and cutting-edge treatments to create the 80th anniversary collection:

  • 80th Anniversary finished 

  • Rear Derailleur 

  • Front Derailleur 

  • Ergopower Controls 

  • Cassette 

  • Chain 

  • Crankset 

  • Brake calipers 

  • Bottom Bracket 

  • Bottle Cage 

  • Overall weight: 1863g

Keeping in line with the Campagnolo tradition of continuous innovation and unrivaled elegance, the components that make up the 80th anniversary collection stand out thanks to their unique and technologically advanced finishing. The 80th anniversary collection will be offered with a dedicated suitcase.

Ergopower Control (330g) 

Perhaps the most widely lauded component of a Campagnolo group thanks to its unique design. Control and comfort are the two most notable benefits to this component. The feather-light Ergopower control offers unrivaled ergonomics thanks to its original form fitting design and all-day comfort due to its meticulously studied hood technology. 80th anniversary finishing touches: Ergonomic brake lever microsanded and painted with opaque finish. Pivot bolts anodized black.

Crankset (629g with BB)

Every aspect of the crankset and every minimal detail has been engineered meticulously and continuously in an effort to reach the pinnacle of both design and function. Unidirectional carbon fiber crankarms, specifically designed teeth profiles, hard anodization treatment, titanium axle and CULT ceramic bearings are just some of the features of the 80th anniversary collection crankset. 80th anniversary finishing touches: Left crankarm, internal side contains limited edition authentic numbered edition decal. Crankarms are microsanded and painted with an opaque finish.  

Rear Derailleur (155g)

In terms of technology and functionality, the rear derailleur is surely the crown jewel of the mechanical group. The embodiment of 80 years of innovation, this particular component is the object of desire of any cyclist as well as the object of envy from any component producer. Speed, precision and silky smooth functionality all in an extremely lightweight and elegant package make this 11 speed rear derailleur an icon of mechanic transmissions. 80th anniversary finishing touches: Upper and lower body in XMC carbon treated with humid-state microsanding finishing technique Frontal plate in woven carbon structure sanded and treated with opaque paint Two separate materials treated in different manners to obtain harmonious and similar finish High and low limit adjustment screws treated and finished with long lasting zinc-nickel coat Parallelogram bolts, barrel adjuster and other structural pieces finished with PVD DLC treatment that is both elegant and extremely scratch resistant.

Front Derailleur (72g)

Absolutely unrivaled precision and speed: the front derailleur with Ultra Shift geometries combined with the Campagnolo crankset and chain guarantee the best of shifting performance under any condition. Thanks to its design, shifting is fast and extremely precise. 80th anniversary finishing touches: Derailleur cage closing bolt treated and finished with long lasting zinc-nickel coat External arm of derailleur cage in carbon weave sanded for opaque finish Derailleur body, front and internal arms molded and pressed in aluminum, sanded by hand, undergo humid-state microsanding process and subsequently put through the opaque anodization process Adjustment bolts are finished with PVD DLC treatment that is both elegant and extremely scratch resistant.

Brakes (272g)

Two fundamental components of racing are speed and control. One is useless without the other and it is impossible to say which of the two is more important. The unbelievable stopping power that derives from the dual pivot system, lightweight skeleton arm design and high performance brake pads makes for a shorter stopping distance and increased modulation. Push harder than ever before as Campagnolo brakes allow you to brake later and remain in greater control. 80th anniversary finishing touches: All aluminum parts including skeleton arms, pad holders and pad holder bolts are molded and pressed, hand sanded, undergo humid-state microsanding process and subsequently put through the opaque anodization process All functional parts and structural bolts are anodized black Cable retention pinch bolt in titanium with PVD DLC treatment is both elegant and extremely scratch resistant.  

Cassette (227g)

5 steel and 6 titanium sprockets with a nickel-chromed finish for steel sprockets. A light alloy carrier and light alloy supports for the final two triplets . With 11s timing, 11s tooth machining and 11s light alloy lockring. Chain Perhaps the most overlooked component in the group, the chain has seen a great deal of innovation over the years. With the evolution of the 11-Speed transmission the Record chain was thinned in order to work within the tighter confines of the new cogset. However, the Record chain is still lauded as the strongest and most resistant chain despite its weight saving thinner profile.  

Bottle Cage (18 g) - this is what the Campagnolo bottle-holder weighs. A monocoque in carbon fiber that clearly demonstrates the level of excellence achieved by Campagnolo in the field of composites. The retention system is patented: a deliberate difference of a few degrees between the support axis and the collar means that when the bottle is inserted the carbon collar acts as a thrust spring that holds the bottle in the ideal position.