Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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Road bike: Shimano 105 5800
'Cross/gravel/commuter bike: Shimano Ultegra 6870 Di2
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C64 Disc - Campag EPS11
XC MTB - SRAM XO
Fixie - SRAM Omnioum/Shimano brakes
Winter bike - Ultegra 10spd
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Shimano R8070 di2 - SO GOOD. New hoods are incredible, braking is unmatched, di2 is perfect. I couldn't imagine going back to mechanical.
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Tried Dura Ace Di2. It's ok.
Campy EPS 11sp, all the way!
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Campag Chorus mechanical on my winter bike; Centaur/Veloce 10 speed on my CX beater; 10 speed Record on the TT bike and a mix of Record and SR EPS on all my race and training bikes. Shimano something or other on my ancient Specialized MTB.
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Chorus 11 on two bikes (alloy Canyon ultimate SLX for winter/trainer, and carbon Canyon ultimate SLX for fair weather/climber)
Record 11 stashed away for an upcoming Ti build...
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Chorus 11 mech, pre- and post-2015
Nuovo Record on the garage queen
Mom: He was very sickly until he started riding around on that bicycle.
Dad: Yeah... well... now his body’s fine, but his mind is gone.
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Dura Ace 9000 on the roadie
RS685 / 8000 mix on the cross bike
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Chorus 10 cross
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Record 11. 26 years on Campagnolo and would not use anything else.
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[/quote]. . . it’s just that if you take a random sample of people on the forum you’d expect to find a much higher proportion of people on Shimano (having it a much higher market share..)
I was thinking the same thing. We have a huge cycling population in southeastern Virginia, and I've seen NO ONE on Campy but me.
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Mix Dura-ce/Ultegra Di2 in Felt Z1..........mix Dura-ace 9000/R9100 in Felt Z2 disc (Spyre brakes)
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campagnolo person all the way. I have tried Shimano, but I hate the fact that the entire lever moves. Also love the fact that Campag is more ergo. Otherwise, I am aware that they all perform well, and with all of them you get the tricle down effect.
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Chorus record and record eps with some bits of super record....
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robeambro wrote:So many people on Campag?
Is it because here on WW it's full of dentists on Colnagos?
I’m a welder/fabricator on a Cannondale ,lol