Campagnolo Chorus 12 Ergopower Shifter & Hydraulic Caliper

Campagnolo Chorus 12 Ergopower Shifter & Hydraulic Caliper
Campagnolo Chorus 12 Ergopower Shifter & Hydraulic Caliper
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Chorus 12 Ergopower Shifter & Hydraulic Caliper by Campagnolo
We've always lauded the Campagnolo Super Record groupset for its precise shifting, tasteful aesthetics, and superior ergonomics, and the new Chorus 12 groupset brings those qualities to a broader audience while adding a 12th gear in the process. The new shifters improve ergonomics over the previous generation by offering customizable lever reach with a setting for smaller hand sizes, as well as a refined lever shape with a slight outward curve that feels more natural. The disc brake calipers are identical to the ones used for Record and Super Record ensuring there's no sacrifice to braking performance at the Chorus level.

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SKU: CPGA04F
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