Elite Campagnolo Freehub Adapter for Direto/Drivo/Kura

Elite Campagnolo Freehub Adapter for Direto/Drivo/Kura
Elite Campagnolo Freehub Adapter for Direto/Drivo/Kura
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Campagnolo Freehub Adapter for Direto/Drivo/Kura by Elite
Here in the office, when it comes to indoor riding we're fans of the latest batch of smart trainers and those that use a direct drive. The pedaling efforts feel more realistic and it certainly saves on wearing out our rear tires. We're also fans of a certain component company hailing from Vincenza, Italy and if you're looking to combine the two with your Elite trainer, you'll need the Campagnolo Freehub Adapter for Direto/Drivo/Kura. Simply swap out the Shimano/SRAM freehub that comes with the trainer, install your Campy cassette cogs, and prepare to be the fittest you've been going into spring.

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SKU: ELI001K
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