Campagnolo Movement......Thoughts?

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Mockenrue
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by Mockenrue

According to their facebook page the clothing is only part of the Movement campaign, so it's reasonable to assume there's more to come.

Vermu
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by Vermu

I like those. Honestly campagnolo is the one that can actually pull it off. Wearing shimano jersey is so meh, but campa has some feeling in it.
Besides those collectibles are really cool.

Now I just need to update my gruppo to campa...

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Miller
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by Miller

When Campag were last in the clothing game, about 2011/2012, I bought a fair bit of their product. It was really good quality. The range was confusing but if you paid attention there was excellent kit. Still wear some of that.

c60rider
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by c60rider

The sleeves are far too long on those jerseys though it would play havoc with my tan lines :unbelievable:

joeyb1000
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by joeyb1000

I still want a watch.

Vermu
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by Vermu

c60rider wrote:The sleeves are far too long on those jerseys though it would play havoc with my tan lines :unbelievable:

Just aim for tricolour :thumbup:

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wheelbuilder
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by wheelbuilder

Meh. There is way too much competition out there for them to be even marginally successful with kit. Ill advised move imo. I see no mention of "made in italy" anywhere on that site. If there is one thing that the italians can produce really well, it's kit and shoes. I fear they are having it produced elsewhere which is a real shame.

zulu695
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by zulu695

Their french press release said Made in Italy if I am correct.

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TwiggyTN
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by TwiggyTN

I'll be wearing my Campy bib tights tomorrow morning. Second best behind my Assos pair. Fit is right and wears like iron. Glad their back in the kit game.

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g00se
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by g00se

They've started pushing the 'Movement' tagline again. Sounds a bit more equipment specific this time...

https://twitter.com/campagnolosrl/statu ... 5525204992

https://www.campagnolo.com/WW/en/newsletter

ghisallo2003
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by ghisallo2003

What do you think the picture is? I wonder if it is the fine pitch on an EPS rear mech screw?

Please a wireless EPS.

g00se
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by g00se

ghisallo2003 wrote:
Wed Mar 21, 2018 6:20 pm
What do you think the picture is? I wonder if it is the fine pitch on an EPS rear mech screw?

Please a wireless EPS.
I'm tryong to work out what the image is on the 'newsletter' page too...

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by Calnago

It’s a time tunnel. Just not sure if it’s going forwards or backwards.
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robertbb
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by robertbb

One of the drawbacks of running Campy is lack of (cost effective) options when it comes to power meters.

Shimano has an option of an integrated PM, and SRAM has eTap which set them apart.

Campagnolo may not be able to compete in pure R&D budget, but if I were them I'd be approaching Favero (another Italian company) and figuring out how they can work together to build a Campagnolo power meter pedal (or integrate a power meter into their high end cranks.
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