Campagnolo Super Record Ti' Chainset RIDER WEIGHT LIMIT ?
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    Campagnolo Super Record Ti' Chainset RIDER WEIGHT LIMIT ?

    I've read many mixed views on this issue.

    I'm in the market for a new chainset, in particular the 11 speed Record UT or Super Record Ti' UT chainset. I'm a rider of 85kg doing club rides and long distance recreational riding. I'm careful with kit as I like it to last (I still have all my old 8 and 9 speed kit - levers rebuilt etc - but still going strong

    Is that titanium UT spindle likely to be of any concern at my weight ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bolo yeung View Post
    I've read many mixed views on this issue.

    I'm in the market for a new chainset, in particular the 11 speed Record UT or Super Record Ti' UT chainset. I'm a rider of 85kg doing club rides and long distance recreational riding. I'm careful with kit as I like it to last (I still have all my old 8 and 9 speed kit - levers rebuilt etc - but still going strong

    Is that titanium UT spindle likely to be of any concern at my weight ?
    It's not your weight, it's your power output. We don't know what that is nor do we know what the limit on that crankset is. In either case it is highly unlikely that you would have to worry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bolo yeung View Post
    Is that titanium UT spindle likely to be of any concern at my weight ?
    Is this some sort of a joke? Because it has to be...

    P.S.: On the off chance you're serious: The answer is "No."

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    Re: Campagnolo Super Record Ti' Chainset RIDER WEIGHT LIMIT ?

    Thank you very kindly for the prompt response.
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