Daily News Digest

Coquard doubles wins at Four Days of Dunkirk; Averin posts home-team win at Tour d’Azerbaïdjan; Morton, Abbot solo to wins in Gila opener; Preview: What you need to know about the 2016 Giro d’Italia; We’re off to China: Seven things to know about round seven of the Women’s WorldTour; Zajicek out of coma, progressing slowly […]


Is Campagnolo planning to do away with its thumb button for electronic shifters?

Campagnolo recently filed a patent application that outlines a new design for the company’s electronic road shifters. Bearing the title, “Bicycle control device and method for manufacturing it”, the application clearly shows a new lever/button design that replaces the company’s iconic thumb button. The new design re-positions the button near front of the lever body, […]


Campagnolo unlocks EPS with new My Campy app

The second day of Campagnolo’s recent press camp in Gran Canaria was devoted to getting to know the company’s new app, called My Campy. The software expands the functionality of Campagnolo’s EPS V3 groupset while providing users a handy way to track the service life of each part of their bike. However, the most powerful […]


Daily News Digest

In today’s edition of the CT Daily News Digest: Timothy Dupont wins the 71st edition of Nokere Koerse; Opinion – Why Van den Driessche’s decision to walk away from cycling is a regrettable one; How not to organise a bike race – The ongoing chaos of the inaugural Tour of Sarawak; Campagnolo reveals prototype disc brakes; Campagnolo announces new mid-range […]


Campagnolo unveils disc brake prototypes

As representatives from the cycling media gathered in Gran Canaria for Campagnolo’s recent press camp, many were anticipating an announcement about a disc brake system. It came, but only on the last day with a brief peek at the prototypes that will be used by Movistar, Lotto-Soudal, and Astana for the upcoming Spring Classics. Campagnolo […]


Campagnolo announces new mid-range ‘Potenza’ groupset

Campagnolo recently hosted a press camp in Gran Canaria and the headline act was “Potenza”, a new mid-range groupset that will replace Athena at the end of the year. The all aluminium groupset features some trickle-down technology from Campagnolo’s racing groupsets and has been designed to compete directly with Shimano’s Ultegra groupset. Potenza is an […]


Campagnolo Super Record 2015 groupset review

Campagnolo overhauled all of its racing groupsets for 2015, introducing new features to its 11-speed transmission, including a very obvious facelift for the cranks. In this review, Australian tech editor Matt Wikstrom takes a close look at the new Super Record groupset. The lifespan of any product in the bicycle industry is roughly five years, […]


Small hand modifications: Adjusting your lever reach

While ripping down a twisty mountain descent, the last thing you want to worry about is whether you can easily and comfortably reach your bike’s brake levers for an unexpected stop. Women with small hands struggle most often with this problem because most bikes come set up for riders with larger hands. The bike’s brake and […]


Bikes of the Bunch: Olmo Super Gentleman

In the latest edition of Bikes of the Bunch, Andy White from shares what he calls ‘The Campagnolo Project’, a build featuring a modified modern Athena 11s groupset on a ‘new-old-stock’ Olmo Super Gentleman frame. The origins of this project go back to my days of tinkering and restoring bikes, polishing C Record cranksets, […]


Bikes of the Bunch: Colnago Super with Campagnolo 50th Anniversary groupset

In the final edition of Bikes of the Bunch for 2014 we feature a stunning Colnago Super that’s been built up with Campagnolo’s 50th Anniversary Groupset. It was put together as a Christmas present for a customer by FYXO and the company’s founder, Andy White, wrote the following piece about the project. Enjoy!