Campagnolo Record Rim Ergo 12 Speed Groupset (less calipers)

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Campagnolo Record Rim Ergo 12 Speed Groupset (less calipers)


12 speed. 7 pieces (Ergopower Ultra-Shift carbon levers with cables and housing, bottom bracket cups, Ultra-Torque Carbon crankset, Super Record cassette, Super Record 12 Ultra Narrow chain, front derailleur and rear derailleur).

Record 12 Speed ErgoPower Controls:

Improved Ergonomics (customizable)
New Hood Design, featuring Vary Cushion Technology
Upgraded, Double Curve Lever Design
Larger Thumb Shifting Lever and Upshift Lever
Additional Upshift Lever Incorporated into Lever
More Efficient, Ergonomic Brake Power Transfer
The Ultra-Shift mechanism remains, shift 5-sprockets down and 3-sprockets up
Upgraded Internals
Weight: 363g

Record 12 Speed Front Derailleur:

New Design builds upon Rev11+ mechanical success
Eliminated free-stroke
Faster, immediate shifting
Dual Position Cable Grip, compliant with larger tire sizes
Thin Cage, reduces weight without sacrificing strength, more clearance
Increased chain engagement
Dedicated positions based on chainring size and positioning
Weight: 81g

Record 12 Speed Rear Derailleur:

ULTRA-LIGHT main derailleur body
Stiffer, less weight
Optimised trajectory curve, improved shifting
Close contact with each sprocket
3D-Embrace Technology
Inner mechanism embraces more teeth per sprocket
Greater shifting retention and efficiency
Unique 72.5mm Cage, One Size Fits All
Larger 12-Tooth pulley design, greater contact and cassette versatility
Increased adjustability, durability and rider safety
Massive performance increase and just 3grams difference, compared to the previous model
Weight: 216g

Record 12 Speed Cassette:

Streamlined, Single tooth-count increments from the 1st to the 7th sprocket
Super-smooth shifting performance
Only necessary cassette sizes needed for this drivetrain
11-29T and 11-32T 12-Speed options
Fully compatible with current Campagnolo freehub bodies
Standard Chainstay Width Compatible
Extra sprocket without increasing cassette width, smaller space between cogs, smoother shifting
Technical Sprocket Treatment, increases service-life
Weight: 266g

Record 12 Speed Crankset:

Super-smooth, aerodynamic design
New, advanced hollow carbon construction
Lower weight without reducing strength, stiffness or durability
Ultra-Torque Titanium axle
Cult Ceramic Bearings
Optimised 4-arm spider for increased stiffness, rigidity and response
Reinforced Brace on larger chainrings, no sacrifice to weight
Hard-anodised chainrings for increased integrity and longevity
Lower friction
Symmetrical inner chainring tooth profiling
Weight: 710g

Record 12 Speed Chain:

Thinner, lighter, engages faster
High durability and reliability
Greater shifting efficiency
Weight: 220g

This groupset features state of the art materials and sophisticated, performance-enhancing technologies, the Record 12 Speed is widely regarded as a close comparison to the Super Record groupset with a slight variation in price, reflected in the weight difference of the components. The Campagnolo Record 12 Speed groupsets are the highest quality and most efficient performing mechanical groupsets ever created. 

We love this Record 12 Speed Groupset for its silky smooth shifting even when we’re standing up and its durability.

Buy a Campagnolo Record Ergo 12 Speed Groupset from Texas Cyclesport, A Better Bike Ride Begins Here.


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  • 5
    CAmpagnolo 12-Speed Review

    Posted by Jimmy Wong liong on 1st Jul 2018

    Finally got the 12-Speed groupo on the Oltre xr4 frame that I have had since its release. The shifting is crisp and precise. The front shifting is as stiff as previous generations while the rear shifter was noticeably lighter in effort compared to last years 11-Speed mechanical group. The front shifting took some getting used to. 3 click to get on the big chain ring and 3 to come off, BUT you had to release and push again to get to go all the way down to its lowest position. 3 up and 4 down. Not sure if that is the correct operation but to not have rub on the small ring to largest cog that's what I had to do. Rear shifting was excellent. Right out of the box the rear derailleur would operate correctly and hit every cog upon shifting. The rear adjustment screw simply eliminated driveline noise. Set the limit screws, and adjust the b-screw to get the proper chain angle to the 11-tooth cog and that was it. Almost too easy. Cross overs from big ring to 32 tooth and small ring to 11 tooth cog are possible. The noise from the drive train wasn't from chain rub on the derailleur, it was the chain straining to make the angle to the chainring teeth. The crankset is absolutely beautiful. People compare it to the Shimano crank, but I think it resembles the Mavic 631 crank in magnificence. Brake levers are comfortable and apparently can be set to 3 positions. One to open the calipers for wheels changes and two to change the reach. I can't wait until the 12-speed eps comes out. If you're a fan of Campagnolo you will not be disappointed.