I'm looking for some Campagnolo parts for a new build i'm doing for a friend.
We sourced a frame that came with a Record Chainset and BB, so Record would be amazing, although we have to be realistic about price.
Veloce, Mirage, Daytona etc would be preferable, let me know what you have.
Need the following bits: Rear Meach, Front Mech, Shifters & Chain
A brand new set of Fulcrum Racing 3s with white hubs and campagnolo freehub body.
These have come off a brand new bike and have never been ridden.
With or without the Wilier Racing Kevlar tyres they came with.
£300 posted, or make me an offer!!
My old Bryan Rourke Reynolds 531 with a Campagnolo group set has got a problem with the rear mech. It could be that the spring has gone so it is not dropping to the appropriate level and the chain is hanging loose. Can I just replace the spring or do I need a new rear mech?
I currently ride a Charge Filter Mid 2011, which is effectively a cross bike. I have come to realise that the groupset is pretty poor (Shimano 2300) and also fancy another bike for "nice weather" so that I can keep the Charge as my winter/training bike.
What do you think of these? It’d be used for club runs/sportives.
• http://www.wiggle.co.uk/colnago-air-105-2013/ (although reviews on the net aren’t great for this one)
So I finally bought a new bike (Cervelo R3) that I found on ebay but need some help / advice on changing the current gear ratios.
It has come with full campagnola athema carbon groupset with 53/39 chain set and 11 speed 11 - 25 cassette.
My other bike had a triple chain set so this race set up is a little shock to the system and I simply dont have enough gears to get up the steep climbs I’m training on.
I'm 6 foot 2 and weight around 235 pounds, so not the smallest or lightest of riders. But the big ring on the new bike is a lot of fun and fast on the flat!
I have two Campag front mechs brand new
Never fitted and in boxes
Super Record 11 speed 35mm band-on Part No FD9-SR2C5
£75 including postage or swap for SR11 braze-on
Record Titanium 10 speed braze-on
£50 including postage
or have both for £115
Hi I'm trying to find a LBS in the Cotswolds/South Glos/Bath/Bristol area that can cope with servicing my campagnolo equipped Bianchi. I've tried several bike shops and thus far none of them have done a great job. The trouble seems to be primarily with indexing the gears and adjusting the brakes as the bike inevitably comes back suffering from poor gear changes and, occasionally, with the brakes touching the rims - basic stuff you'd think! So far I've tried:
Striking Bikes (Gloucester) (a Bianchi dealer!!!) - brakes touching the rim,