Campagnolo C-TECH Winter Bib Shorts
Campagnolo C-TECH Winter Bib Shorts
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Campagnolo C-TECH Winter Bibs
The unpredictable weather often found in spring and autumn is difficult to dress right for, but with the extra thermal and wind protection of Campagnolo's C-TECH Winter Bib Short the choice of what to wear on the bike is made far simpler.
Paired with knee or leg warmers in colder conditions or worn on their own when it's cool or you're racing and training hard, the C-TECH Winter Bib Shorts are great all-rounders. They can be worn in a wide range of temperatures and weather conditions thanks to their fine balance of wind protection and breathability, both ensuring a stable body temperature and the ability to cover different ride intensities. An essential component for comfort, the 2.7 M 8/100 seat pad makes use of a dual-foam construction to offer support and cushioning on the saddle, all without adding unnecessary bulk.
It also offers an ergonomic shape and a stretch design that moves with you as you pedal, eliminating chafing and irritation. Lastly, a Bioceramic finish prevents bacteria build-up, keeping you fresh even on your longest rides. When you're out training in darkness you'll be more visible thanks to the reflective details, during daylight they're subtle dark prints but at night really shine when caught by vehicle headlights.
A rear zipped pocket, with sweat protection, is an easy place to store a smartphone or keys. Wind protection. Mesh back to increase breathability.
2.7 M 8/100 Seat pad. Rear thermal-glued pocket for cellphone. With anti-sweat protection.
Subtle Black reflective details.
fabric 1: 72% Polyamide (Nylon), 28% Elastane (Spandex).
fabric 2: 79% Polyamide (Nylon), 21% Elastane (Spandex).
fabric 3: 66% Polyamide (Nylon), 34% Elastane (Spandex).
|C-TECH Winter Bibs Specification|
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Campagnolo Bib Shorts
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.