Campagnolo Chorus Ergo 11 Speed Groupset

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Campagnolo Chorus Ergo 11 Speed Groupset


11 speed. 8 pieces (Ergopower Ultra-Shift carbon levers with cables and housing, bottom bracket cups, Ultra-Torque Carbon crankset, Dual-Dual Pivot Skeleton brake calipers - front and rear, Chorus cassette, Chorus Ultra Narrow chain, front derailleur and rear derailleur).

We love this Chorus Group for its silky smooth shifting even when we’re standing up and its durability.

Buy a Campagnolo Chorus Groupset from Texas Cyclesport, A Better Bike Ride Begins Here.

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  • 5
    Chorus 11 2018 groupset,

    Posted by David Jaffe on 9th Nov 2018

    I purchased last Black Friday

    Owned 2010 chorus with 12-29 cassette and at my age wanted 11-32, had this installed on
    My 2013 Pinarello Rokh, It is amazing, have ridden this year on it and Hills much easier,
    Shifting positive and trim adjustments great.

    Terrific investment until I go to disc brakes
    This is as good as it gets- also have Zonda 17 wheel set also amazing with this frame

  • 5
    chorus review

    Posted by scott on 13th Dec 2017

    I only have 200 miles on the group so far but it has been great I love the look and it has performed fine

  • 5
    Chorus Groupset

    Posted by Dustin W on 26th Sep 2017

    Great communication and delivered as advertised!

  • 5
    Chorus is awesome!!

    Posted by R. Mena on 21st Sep 2016

    Campy is my go-to brand, Chorus is my go-to groupset. The best quality, shifting and longevity. This is the fifth bike I have built with Chorus and I will use nothing else.

  • 5
    everthing you need for the build

    Posted by Duane on 25th Aug 2016

    Excellent experience with TCS, everything came together in sealed factory boxes which included all cables & housings. TCS is my go to store from now on!

  • 5
    Smooth performance and light weight

    Posted by Unknown on 26th Dec 2013

    I purchased an 11-speed Chorus groupo three years ago for one of my road bikes and decided this year to switch over my other road bike from 10 to as-speed as well. Because I am no longer a weight weenie and have come to realize over 43 years of cycling the advantage of the rider shedding pounds rather than the bike, I was not persuaded that I would ever generate a measurable and appreciable advantage from having the slightly lighter Record group, especially because of the $400 plus premium to acquire the latter. It was the consistent performance and gear advantage of the 11-speed that I was seeking anyway. Plus, the nearby Blue Ridge Mountain foothills require low gears. Whereas a Chorus 12-29 cassette was a mere $20 more with the group, it was almost $50 more with the Record.