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Overall shape for Campagnolo's new Record EPS and Super Record EPS levers is virtually identical to the standard Ergopower units.
Shifting accuracy and reliability with tactile, audible feedback
This article originally appeared on BikeRadar
Decades in the making, the wait is now over as Campagnolo revealed two electronic groups yesterday: Super Record EPS and Record EPS. As much a technological marvel as work of exquisite sculpture rendered in carbon fiber, the electronic groups have shown that Campagnolo is still a force to be reckoned with for professional level componentry and innovation.
Not only did Cyclingnews' tech editor James Huang attend the product launch for Campagnolo's Super Record EPS and Record EPS, but he was able to suit up and take a ride on an electronic transmission-equipped Pinarello.
Enjoy the videos from James' initial experience with the groupset.