The Ergo Brain cyclocomputer compatible with the Ergo shifters displays cadence, gear, and the normal functions of a cyclocomputer.2015 Athena EPS discontinued and Chorus EPS introduced.Campagnolo has sponsored teams in the UCI Pro Tour such as Astana, Movistar, Lotto-Soudal, Cofidis, Quick Step-Innergetic (Tom Boonen, Paolo Bettini), and Lampre.
Chorus, Record and Super Record groupsets are overhauled with a 4 arm, 8 bolt chainset introduced.
Bora 50 and 35 wheels become available in Clincher and adopt a wider rim profile Campagnolo has used various trademarks, the best known the Campagnolo signature; another is a hub quick-release lever (Tullio's most famous innovation). For many years Campagnolo provided professional race mechanics with spare parts and neutral technical assistance at races.
Other innovations included a Hirth-joint engineered Ultra-Torque external-bearing crankset and G3 spoke lacing for racing wheels.
In 2008, Campagnolo introduced 11-speed drivetrains with Super Record, Record, and Chorus groupsets.
Campagnolo is an Italian manufacturer of bicycle components with headquarters in Vicenza, Italy.
The components are organised as groupsets (gruppi), and are a near-complete collection of a bicycle's mechanical parts.1991 8-speed shifting components are introduced 1992 The Ergo Power levers are introduced, which combines brake lever and a shift lever to answer Shimano's STI levers 1993 Delta brakes are discontinued 1994 Campagnolo leaves the mountain bike components business 1995 Group names on components are introduced 1997 9-speed shifting components are introduced 1998 Next generation Ergo Levers 1999 Record Carbon Ergo levers, Daytona group, and for the Record, Chorus and Daytona groups new hubs (much lighter than the old ones, axles made of aluminum alloy) are introduced 2000 10-speed shifting is introduced 2001 Carbon-fiber shifting levers for Record group 2002 Former Daytona group is renamed "Centaur" 2004 Carbon-fiber cranks for Record and Chorus groups 2005 10-speed Centaur and Chorus shift and brake levers are introduced for flat bar road bikes 2006 Hollow external bearing crankset is announced 2007 10-speed Mirage and Xenon component groups and new Ultra-Torque components are introduced.Record hubs are now black, 20 g lighter and don't have greaseports any more 2008 11-speed Record, Super-Record, and Chorus groups are introduced 2009 Re-introduction of 11-speed Athena component group below Chorus in product line 2011 First electric 11-speed Super-Record group to be used at the Tour de France by Team Movistar 2013 80th anniversary groupset made.Campagnolo has released an electronic version of its drivetrain.Campagnolo has focused on road cycling and track cycling.Founded by Tullio Campagnolo, the company began in 1933 in a Vicenza workshop.