What groupo do you ride?

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.

What are you riding?

Campagnolo
152
33%
Shimano
107
23%
Sram
135
29%
Campy Electric
5
1%
Shimano Electric
28
6%
Going to change to Campy
10
2%
Going to change to Shimano
9
2%
Going to change to Sram
9
2%
Whatever came on my bike
6
1%
 
Total votes: 461

dereksmalls
Posts: 2012
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Location: New Zealand

by dereksmalls

09 Campag Centaur on the good bike
11/12 Campag Veloce shifters/RD 11 Campag SR FD and 11 Ultegra 50/34 cranks on the cross bike
First generation Campag Record groupo with combined shifters/brake levers on the bike on the trainer - not sure of the year but this goup just goes and goes and goes

Will eventually make the leap to mechanical 11 speed on the good bike in the future - it's external cable so electronic would look damn ugly

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kbbpll
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Joined: Wed Oct 20, 2010 5:56 am

by kbbpll

No SunTour?

by Weenie


cyclenutnz
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by cyclenutnz

Irish wrote:Campagnolo 11spd on the Pino
Campagnolo 10spd on the training bike
Campagnolo 10spd on the cx bike
campagnolo on the track bike
Campagnolo on the tt bike
And you've guessed it sram on the mountainbike(will be changing this to campagnolo as the g/sets trickle down my bikes)


You must be my Irish brother from another mother
Campag 10spd on Race, Classic Race (Merckx MXL with only silver polished components), TT and CX
Wife has Campag 10spd on Road and TT (we sold her CX that was also C10)
Hard to make the move to 11 when everything is interchangeable at the moment.
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dmp
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Location: Denver

by dmp

me too-
11sp SR on the carbon Pinarello, 10sp Record on the steel Pinarello (rebuilt from NR).

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chazzawoods
Posts: 62
Joined: Mon Aug 06, 2012 12:28 pm

by chazzawoods

New microshift arsis shifters and f/r derailleurs, the rest of it is shimano 105 or other various manufacturers. Picked the litest i could afford for the cash i had. :D

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chazzawoods
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by chazzawoods

kbbpll wrote:No SunTour?


I've got suntour downtube shifers and rear gear on my old peugeot. Love it!

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kgt
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Location: Athens, Greece

by kgt

10 speed Record-Fulcrum RS on my Cento Uno.
10 speed Record-Chorus-Centaur mix on my Master.

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robncircus
Posts: 160
Joined: Tue Aug 05, 2008 6:14 am
Location: Sunny Santa Monica, CA

by robncircus

You need an "Other" option. Two bikes ago I was riding the MicroShift (Forte Carbon) group. Current bike is MicroShift shifters with DA7800 deraileurs. New bike will have full MicroShift again. I really like the MicroShift system. It fits my small hands well, and has cause me no issues thus far. Plus, it's relatively light compared to other groups in the same price bracket.

Rob
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giro di lento
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by giro di lento

My current bike is DA 7900 and my new bike will be Chorus - wanted to try it out.
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ticou
Posts: 459
Joined: Mon Mar 19, 2012 3:31 pm

by ticou

giro di lento wrote:My current bike is DA 7900 and my new bike will be Chorus - wanted to try it out.


And you will like it sir!

ticou
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by ticou

chazzawoods wrote:
kbbpll wrote:No SunTour?


I've got suntour downtube shifers and rear gear on my old peugeot. Love it!


Hooray for Chazza!

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THUNDERHORSE
Posts: 62
Joined: Wed Jun 27, 2012 3:59 am

by THUNDERHORSE

one bike is full campy the other is my workhorse Frankenstein Image
On Plastic Existence

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HammerTime2
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Joined: Thu May 04, 2006 4:43 pm
Location: Wherever there's a mountain beckoning to be climbed

by HammerTime2

kbbpll wrote:No SunTour?
I still have Suntour Superbe Pro on my 1983 Trek 760. However, I only ride it on rollers nowadays, although I think it is still roadworthy.

sanrensho
Posts: 410
Joined: Tue Aug 02, 2011 5:54 pm

by sanrensho

DA 7800 on the main bike, Ultegra 6500 on the old bike, 105 5600 on the 'cross bike.

Would like to try Red shifters/rr derailleur (for the weight savings) as an experiment on the 'cross bike, but the price is steep compared to DA 7800.

by Weenie


RussellS
Posts: 700
Joined: Wed Feb 03, 2010 1:31 am

by RussellS

Campagnolo and Shimano. Three bikes have Campagnolo 9 speed. One bike has Campagnolo 10 speed. One bike has Di2. Two bikes have Shimano 105 5700 shifters and other parts. And two single speeds. I more or less switch bikes every day and have no problems going from one shifting system to the other.

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