Let's be frank. One of the most rewarding aspects of riding Campagnolo is being the only member of your local scene whose shift levers don't look like toy ray guns. This also comes with the cost of standing out, so you can't afford to sail out the back of a group ride as soon as the road turns up, even if a crummy winter has kept you off the roads for months. Elite's Turbo Muin Trainer Campagnolo Adapter addresses this potential loss of form by sexing the domestic unit up with a little Italian flair for winter training that's almost as Euro as a team-building camp in Mallorca. The adapter is a freehub body manufactured from highly machine-able Ergal 7075 by Miche (an Italian manufacturer, of course) for compatibility with both the Turbo Muin and the Real Turbo Muin trainers. If your drivetrain is 9, 10, or 11 speeds of Italian pedigree, then you'll need this for your own winter training camps, because the standard Campagnolo freehub body isn't compatible with Elite's trainer interface.
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