Campagnolo

The Italian company first patented the quick-release hub in 1930, and have remained at the forefront of the bicycling experience ever since. Highly organized Campagnolo is ever-passionate in improving road and track cycling performance around the world. They contribute several key components and technologies that are comprehensively tested, and lead to the success of the user.

"Whether wheels, brakes or drivetrain components, at Campagnolo we always start with the premise that each product we design is primarily a safety device before it is a performance tool."

Campy is a big company for a reason: they build stuff that wins.

Location: 
5431 Avenida Encinas, Suite C
Carlsbad , CA
United States
33° 7' 43.4856" N, 117° 19' 35.8572" W
California US

Campagnolo Tutorials

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Installing Campagnolo Ergopower Integrated Brake/Gear Levers

Installing Integrated Brake/Gear Levers:

To begin, peel back the brake hood. Slide a lever on to the handlebar into position and tighten with a 5mm allen wrench. Positioning should look...

Company: Campagnolo
Type: Repair Tutorial
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How to Adjust Campagnolo Front Derailleurs

How to Adjust Campagnolo Front Derailleurs:

The foundation that every good front derailleur tune is built on is correct derailleur alignment. Start by setting the position of the front...

Company: Campagnolo
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Overview of the Campagnolo Khamsin Asymmetrical Wheelset

Today, an overview of the Campagnolo Khamsin Asymmetrical Wheelset.

In the box comes a bag with two skewers, which are quick release (very premium quality). The feel is really nice quality...

Part wheels
Company: Campagnolo
Type: Review
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Fulcrum Racing Zero Clincher Road Bicycle Wheelset Review

Fulcrum wheels have been used to win championships all over the world, and Fulcrum has been working with the top racing teams to make their wheels lighter, stiffer, faster, and smoother.

...

Company: Fulcrum
Type: Review
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Best Top of the Line Bike Wheelsets

Riders will often consider new wheels when it comes time to spending some serious cash. Here are 5 wheelsets beloved by both pros and ambitious amateurs:

5- For a true, all-around wheelset...

Part wheels
Company: Enve
Type: Review
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Install Campagnolo Over Torque (BB30) Bottom Bracket and Cranks

In this video, we're going to show you how to fit a Campagnolo over torque bottom bracket and change set. The over torque bottom bracket is a standard BB 30 press fit. To do this job, you'll need...

Company: Park
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Replace a Fixed Gear (Fixie) or Track Bike Sprocket

If you ride a track bike or single speed bike you've only got one option when it comes to gearing, but what if you want to gear down or gear up? You have three choices....

Part cassette
Company: Vuelta Pista
Type: Repair Tutorial
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Replace a Road or Mountain Bike Chainring

Why would you want to replace your chainrings? Well, it might be that you’re upgrading them, changing the size, or you might want to experiment with some Osymetric or Rotor rings on the road. If...

Part Crankset
Company: Park
Type: Repair Tutorial

Road Bike Component Group Comparative: Campagnolo Centaur, Shimano Sora and Sram S-Series

This is where Sram is going to bow out for the night as this is its mix-and-match representative, the group that can offer components that can be used in the other, higher end groups of the line....

Blog Tags: road bike groupos
Company: Campagnolo
Type: Blog entry

Road Bike Component Group Comparative: Campagnolo Athena, Shimano Tiagra and Sram Apex

I can now hear the purists screaming for blood.

Athena, Tiagra and Apex in the same category?

And frankly, they have a point. But this is a comparative that is arranged so that...

Blog Tags: road bike groupos
Company: Campagnolo
Type: Blog entry

A Road Bike Component Group Comparative: Campagnolo Chorus, Shimano 105 and Sram Rival

Coming from the top and working my way to the bottom and now at the midway mark, it’s interesting to see how the luxuries start peeling away. And you see it before you even crack open the...

Company: Campagnolo
Type: Blog entry

Road Bike Component Group Comparative: Campagnolo Record, Shimano Ultegra and Sram Force

Now, I am having a hard as hell time trying to figure out who to put into second. Normally, comparatives go across the Sram-Shimano beltway and don’t ever wander too far into Campy territory. That...

Blog Tags: road bike groupos
Company: Campagnolo
Type: Blog entry

A Road Component Group Comparative: Campagnolo Super Record, Shimano Dura Ace and Sram RED

Nothing speaks louder than numbers and cold, hard facts so I’ve decided to go across the board and do a comparison of the top of the line component groups of the three major component companies...

Blog Tags: road bike groupos
Company: Campagnolo
Type: Blog entry

Campagnolo Road Bike Component Groups: A Comprehensive Overview

We can’t do posts about Shimano and Sram without doing one (or a couple) on Campy.

Campagnolo has a long-standing tradition in cycling and the name has always been associated with high-end...

Blog Tags: Campagnolo groupos
Company: Campagnolo
Type: Blog entry