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Campagnolo has just launched a website dedicated to EPS, Electronic Power Shift.

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The website is available in Italian, English, French, German and Spanish.

Campagnolo has just launched a website dedicated to EPS, Electronic Power Shift.

Click here to visit.
The website is available in Italian, English, French, German and Spanish.

The first Pinarello Dogma2 bikes equipped with Campagnolo’s new electronic gruppo, Electronic Power Shift, are part of a limited edition with a special color. Fifty examples of these Dogma2s equipped with the Super Record version of EPS will be available in the U.S.

It’s going to cost you to be among the first: $16,500 (retail price)!

The first Pinarello Dogma2 bikes equipped with Campagnolo’s new electronic gruppo, Electronic Power Shift, are part of a limited edition with a special color. Fifty examples of these Dogma2s equipped with the Super Record version of EPS will be available in the U.S.

It’s going to cost you to be among the first: $16,500 (retail price)!

Head engineer Flavio Cracco talks us round Campag’s new electronic groupset.
Head engineer Flavio Cracco talks us round Campag’s new electronic groupset.
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2012 Campagnolo EPS electronic shifting drivetrain for record and super record component groups

After two decades in development and many prototypes, Campagnolo’s EPS electronic component group has finally been made official, and they’ve launched not one but two complete groups.

Sure, they’re both at the very top end, but Record EPS and Super Record EPS get distinct electronic components, both for 11-speed only. The acronym stands for Electronic Power Shift, and the brains of the operation gets another one: DTI for Digital Tech Intelligence.

From what we’ve read Campagnolo says the electronics provide faster, more precise shifting than their mechanical groups, but that button feel offers a more mechanical tactile and audible impression than Shimano’s feathery and ninja-quiet Di2 buttons. It also claims to have better multi-shift capability than their mechanical systems, letting you run through the entire cassette by simply holding down the button. Rather than require multiple taps to shift multiple gears, its DTI measures how long you hold the button to determine how many gears it should shift, and it only takes a 1.5 second depression to run through the entire 11-speed cassette.

To read full article on Bike Rumor, please click here

Uploaded from BIKERUMOR

2012 Campagnolo EPS electronic shifting drivetrain for record and super record component groups

After two decades in development and many prototypes, Campagnolo’s EPS electronic component group has finally been made official, and they’ve launched not one but two complete groups.

Sure, they’re both at the very top end, but Record EPS and Super Record EPS get distinct electronic components, both for 11-speed only. The acronym stands for Electronic Power Shift, and the brains of the operation gets another one: DTI for Digital Tech Intelligence.

From what we’ve read Campagnolo says the electronics provide faster, more precise shifting than their mechanical groups, but that button feel offers a more mechanical tactile and audible impression than Shimano’s feathery and ninja-quiet Di2 buttons. It also claims to have better multi-shift capability than their mechanical systems, letting you run through the entire cassette by simply holding down the button. Rather than require multiple taps to shift multiple gears, its DTI measures how long you hold the button to determine how many gears it should shift, and it only takes a 1.5 second depression to run through the entire 11-speed cassette.

To read full article on Bike Rumor, please click here