Campy TT Components!
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    Campy TT Components!

    How very very cool However, crankset doesn't look very 'aero' compared to some other offerings.

    http://www.velonation.com/News/ID/79...1-in-2012.aspx
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    I don't think the cranks themselves are TT specific, just have larger rings.

    All of it isn't standout stuff, but nice.

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    Nice, I guess. It's a little anti-climatic. Like a student turning in a test paper 3 hours after the class is over and everyone is gone.

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    Interesting, but could have used this about 2 years ago.

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    Opens the 11 speed offerings up to the tri crowd more than anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ewitz
    Opens the 11 speed offerings up to the tri crowd more than anything.
    As long as you're not a huge Campy fan and already use their disk.

    I like those brakes. They'd look really good on my TT bike, and the wind won't see them coming.

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