Campagnolo Potenza 11 Speed Cassette
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Campagnolo Potenza 11sp Cassette
Campagnolo's first foray into the world of the 11-32. Ideal for keeping a high, efficient cadence on even the steepest of gradients. Top Features of the Campagnolo Potenza 11 Speed Cassette (11-32) Features 249 grams Aluminium Spacers One triplet & 8 Single Sprockets Please Note - This Cassette can only be used with the Campagnolo Potenza Medium Cage Rear Derailleur. Product Data Road: Yes These new cassettes are based on a design with one triplet and 8 single sprockets with aluminum spacers and will be compatible with the rest of the range (aside from the 11-32) .The 11-32 cassette signals the introduction of not only a new, lower gearing cassette, but also a new range of cassettes which are labelled "Campagnolo 11" and are available in the following combinations: 11-25, 11-27, 11-29, 12,27 and 11-32. Weight: 249g.
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The Italian bike component manufacturer Campagnolo is best known for it's range of groupsets and drivetrain related products. Founded in 1933 by road cyclist Tullio Campagnolo, based upon ideas he had for amongst others, wheels and derailleurs. In 1940 their first rear derailleur entered production, enabling the rider to change gears without removing their rear wheel. Although primarily a cycling company, Campag (as they are often abbreviated to) have also manufactured products for the sports auto industry for brands such as Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Lamborghini and Maserati. Achievements in the cycling world include helping Eddy Merckx set the world hour record in 1972. As the years progressed, the number of gears increased, with 8 Speed (1991), 9 Speed (in 1997), 10 speed (in 2000) and now 11 speed in 2008. Notable riders to have won the Tour de France on Campag equipment include Eddy Merckx (5 times), Bernard Hinault (5 times), Greg LeMond (twice) and Miguel Indurain (5 times). In recent times Riis, Ullrich, Pantani, Pereiro and Nibali have won riding with Campagnolo.
For more information on their history, please visit their Wikipedia page, or you can see their current range of components here.