Campagnolo Super Record Wireless is the brand’s long-awaited new halo 12-speed wireless electronic groupset.
Not only does the electronic groupset ditch the thumb lever synonymous with the Italian brand, it also casts out rim brakes.
The brand also claims faster shifting speeds and improved braking. Super Record Wireless is available in 2x gearing only and the cassettes now start with a smaller 10t cog.
Super Record Wireless is Campagnolo’s first road bike groupset release since 2019 and weighs in at a claimed 2,520g (in its lightest configuration with a 45/29 crankset and 10-25t cassette).
The groupset is available now and will retail for £4,499/$5,399/€5,200. Australian pricing is to be confirmed. Campagnolo hasn’t provided claimed weights or individual pricing for any of the components.
We initially spotted the groupset when it leaked on various retailer websites.
Canyon, Colnago, Pinarello, Specialized and Wilier will be offering bikes with the groupset at launch, with BMC soon to follow.Want to know our initial impressions of the groupset? Check out our first ride review , as well as a column mourning the death of the thumb shifter and a look at the first bikes to feature the new flagship groupset . Read on for all the key details. Campagnolo Super Record Wireless key features Campagnolo Super Record Wireless is, as the name suggests, wireless.The previous generation, Campagnolo Super Record 12 EPS, ran wires from the shifters to the derailleurs, connecting to a central battery.Campagnolo says it’s a big step forward for the brand due to the simplified installation compared to […]