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Campagnolo 2014 Record 10-Speed Steel/Titanium Road Bicycle Cassette

Price: $285.42 - $565.00
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  • 188 g
  • steel-titanium version excellent compromise between weight savings and cost
  • aluminium carrier for the largest sprockets precision, rigidity and weight savings
  • Ultra-Drive� machining of the teeth chain passage optimization
  • nickel-chrome surface treatments on steel longer life, lower wear

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Campagnolo 2014 Record 10-Speed Steel/Titanium Road Bicycle Cassette + Campagnolo Record Ultra 10-Speed Chain
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Product Description

The teeth of the Record sprocket set have an UltraDrive design that integrates the chain and chainwheels of the crankset to ensure fast, precise and consistent shifting through the years. The 11-25 combination is also available and is ideal if used with compact cranksets. UltraDrive - nickel-chromed finish for steel sprockets - light alloy carrier - supplied without lockring (except for 11-21, 11-23 and 11-25).

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  • ASIN: B00LQF21PU
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #446,386 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Size Name: 11-23 Verified Purchase
I'm sorry, but when I think of cycling I think of passion, enthusiasm, and esthetics. And when I think of these qualities, Japan just does not come to mind. Sure, Shimano is a "good value" if you don't mind shift/brake levels that look like they are bent and the sometimes questionable styling of their cranksets. My campy bike is a little piece of a Lamborghini that I can afford.
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