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A new iPad/iPhone app featuring Campagnolo history and lore has come out. 
The app is not sponsored by Campagnolo–instead, Europe-based retailer 
(Campagnolo Sportswear Benelux) developed and launched it, 
which is reflected in the parts of the app that link to their online store.

That being said, there’s some great info in the app’s timeline, and the promise of more features to come.
                                              The app is free, and is available in English.

A new iPad/iPhone app featuring Campagnolo history and lore has come out. 
The app is not sponsored by Campagnolo–instead, Europe-based retailer 
(Campagnolo Sportswear Benelux) developed and launched it, 
which is reflected in the parts of the app that link to their online store.

That being said, there’s some great info in the app’s timeline, and the promise of more features to come.
                                              The app is free, and is available in English.

This is why you bought (or will buy) an iPad. Heuristic Media’s Cyclepedia App takes their print volume and does everything a book like this should do when it goes digital.

Featuring 100 iconic bicycles, it lets you zoom, pan and rotate them 360º. It shows origin, specs and details and it does it all with a polished interface that’s simply gorgeous. It also features films, original advertising, links, engineering drawings and still photos. Folding bikes feature swipable folding animations, and many include original owners manuals and more.
LinkGet it on iTunes for $9.99, which is a real bargain considering the non clicky-flicky print book is about $23. Now you know what to do with those iTunes gift cards you find in your stocking!

This is why you bought (or will buy) an iPad. Heuristic Media’s Cyclepedia App takes their print volume and does everything a book like this should do when it goes digital.

Featuring 100 iconic bicycles, it lets you zoom, pan and rotate them 360º. It shows origin, specs and details and it does it all with a polished interface that’s simply gorgeous. It also features films, original advertising, links, engineering drawings and still photos. Folding bikes feature swipable folding animations, and many include original owners manuals and more.
LinkGet it on iTunes for $9.99, which is a real bargain considering the non clicky-flicky print book is about $23. Now you know what to do with those iTunes gift cards you find in your stocking!