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This article first appeared on Bikeradar.
A picture may be worth a thousand words but in some cases, a video is worth just that much more. Campagnolo has just posted a number of videos to its YouTube channel explaining several of the key features of its new Record EPS and Super Record EPS electronic groups to help people better understand some of the features behind the company's long-awaited debuts.
Campagnolo's video channel covers a wide range of topics both technical and historical, including details on the Multidome technology used to give the levers that distinctive 'click', the analog-to-digital signal conversion process, how the battery indicator and diagnostic systems work, inner workings of the front and rear derailleurs and shifters, tutorials on how to do the initial setup and tweak settings on the fly, and also general overviews of why the company feels electronic is the wave of the future.
Production groups are still a few months away so even if you're lucky, actual test rides will have to wait a bit. But in the meantime, Campagnolo's new videos will help get interested parties better acquainted with the latest to come out of Vicenza until you can lay your hands on it for real.
Trust us – it'll be worth the wait.
Or watch Cyclingnews videos on Campagnolo's EPS.