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Spring / Summer Hours Begin Monday 3/31

Sunday, March 30th, 2014

We will begin our extended Spring and Summer hours on Monday, March 31.

Effective immediately, our hours of operation are:

Monday – Friday:  8am to 8 pm

Saturday: 8am to 6pm

Sunday:  Closed (we are riding, come join us!)

We look forward to seeing all of you very soon!

MAX TESTA TRAINING INDOOR CYCLING SEASON BEGINS NOVEMBER 11TH!

Friday, October 18th, 2013

Presented by Millcreek Bicycles

3969 South Wasatch Blvd.

 SLC, Utah, 84124

Max Testa, chief medical officer and coach for the BMC professional cycling team, is joining forces with Millcreek Bicycles in offering a season of indoor cycling training.  Backed by 30 years of experience in training cyclists of all levels, Max Testa has developed high intensity indoor cycling classes for participants wanting to train indoors during the colder winter months. In 2009,  Max Testa began offering individualized, scientifically based, indoor cycling programs to the Salt Lake Valley in efforts to help all levels of cyclists train efficiently and effectively while using personal bikes and an ergometer measuring power.  With the help of a lactate test, each participant will receive an individual fitness profile so that power zones and exercise intensity can be precisely prescribed while training in a group setting. Whether you are a triathlete training for Ironman, a master’s racer or a novice rider wanting to stay in shape over the winter, these classes will help you maintain and improve your bike performance with a minimal time investment.

Each 6 week training block, will gradually build in intensity while focusing on different training induced improvements.

We will offer weekly Saturday drop in classes for those wanting to add extra riding during the week.

During winter break we will offer 2 weeks of drop in classes between the first and second block of training.

On November 7th, at 6pm Max will be discussing his indoor training philosophy and answer questions regarding the upcoming indoor cycling season.

 

Class schedule:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 6:00 – 7:30 AM

Tuesday, Thursday: 6:00 – 7:30 AM

Tuesday, Thursday: 8:00 – 9:30 AM

Tuesday, Thursday: 6:00-7:30 PM

 

Training Blocks: 

Session 1; November 11 – December 20

Christmas/New Years Block December 23 – January 4

Session 2; January 6 – February 14

Session 3; February 24 – April 4

 

 

Pricing

Individual Classes (Including Saturdays, and Winter break):  $15 (based on availability)

Lactate Threshold Test:  $150

 

6 Week Blocks: 

Max Testa Training Program 3 Day/Week – $300

 Max Testa Training Program 2 Day/Week – $285

Winter Indoor Cycling Classes Presented by Max Testa Training

Friday, September 13th, 2013

Millcreek Bicycles is continuing our indoor cycling classes into the 2013-2014 winter season

 

Beginning November 11,  2013 and continuing through April 5, 2014, Millcreek Bicycles will be offering indoor cycling classes on Tacx Ergotrainers.   Bradley Gehrig implements all of the programs as a USA Cycling certified coach and professional cyclist.

New for the 2013-2014 season is a partnership with Max Testa Training.

 

We will be offering Max’s signature program which is 2 days per week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays at several times throughout the day; Max has also prepared a 3-day per week program that will administered on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 6AM .  The 2 day per week program is great for anyone on a tight schedule, and who is looking to maintain and even gain fitness this winter.  The 3 day program was designed for someone looking to be very competitive in the spring; anyone who is considering competition would be encouraged to participate in the 3 day schedule.

Saturday classes of 1.5 hours will also be offered at two different times; 6 AM and 8 AM, at a cost of $15 per person, per class.

We will also be having classes the weeks of Christmas and New Years; December 23 through January 4.  These classes will be offered at a drop-in rate of $15 per class.

We will have an orientation night at the shop with a presentation by Max Testa to introduce you to some of the training theories that will be used throughout the program; a date will be announced when this has been finalized.

Lactate threshold testing will be done during the two weeks leading up to the first class; October 28 through November 9.  A lactate threshold test is required to begin classes.

 

 

 

 

The number of spaces available in each class is based solely on demand.  If you wish to sign up before November 1, you will be guaranteed a spot in the class you desire. 

 

Class schedule:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 6:00 – 7:30 AM

Tuesday, Thursday: 6:00 – 7:30 AM

Tuesday, Thursday: 8:00 – 9:30 AM

Tuesday, Thursday: 6:00-7:30 PM

 

-  Session 1; November 11 – December 20

-  Christmas/New Years Block December 23 – January 4

-  Session 2; January 6 – February 14

-  Session 3; February 24 – April 4

 

 

Pricing

-   Individual Classes (Including Saturdays, and Winter break):  $15 (based on availability)

-  Lactate Threshold Test:  $150

 

6 Week Blocks: 

-  Max Testa Training Program 3 Day/Week – $300

-  Max Testa Training Program 2 Day/Week – $285

 

 

 

 

For additional information including enrollment details, please contact Bradley Gehrig.

email:  brad@millcreekbicycles.com    Phone:  801-278-1500

You may also enroll online here:  /bikes-and-gear/#!/~/category/id=6568271&offset=0&sort=nameAsc 

 

 

Fall Hours

Sunday, August 25th, 2013

Effective Monday, August 26, our hours will be Monday through Friday 10am to 8pm, and Saturdays 10 to 7.

Thanks again to everyone for a fantastic summer!

Millcreek Bicycles Fall Sale

Saturday, August 10th, 2013

As the end of the cycling season looms on the horizon, we are looking forward to cooler temps and colorful foliage.  It also means savings on all of our existing merchandise as we look to  make room for the latest and greatest gear. For our end-of-season sale we will be offering spectacular deals (20%-50%) off of shoes, apparel, helmets, wheels, components, and select bikes throughout the store.

Below is a rough list of what we have to offer; we will do our best to keep this list updated and current.  For a complete selection, pricing, and additional details, please come see us in the shop.

 

Cyclocross:

2011 Specialized Crux Carbon (54cm) priced to move for Cross Season.

We also have a stellar line up of 2014 Ridley X-Fires with 105 and Ultegra builds to help you dominate the track this year.

 

Road:

2012 Specialized Roubaix S-Works with Shimano Dura Ace (56cm)

2012 Specialized Roubaix Pro with Sram Red (54,56cm)

2012 Specialized Venge S-Works with Shimano Dura Ace (56cm)

2012 Specialized Venge Expert (56cm)

2012 Specialized Tarmac Elite Sram Rival (54,58cm)

2012 Specialized Tarmac Expert (54cm)

2012 Specialized Tarmac Comp (54cm)

2012 Specialized Tarmac Sram Apex (58cm; 2 colors)

2012 Specialized Allez Comp Apex (54cm)

 

2011 Rocky Mountain Solo Pro RSL (2 x 58cm)

2012 Rocky Mountain Solo 70CR (54cm)

2012 Rocky Mountain Oxygen 50 (50cm)

 

2011 Ritte Bosberg Frames (Medium, Large, XL)

2012 Ritte 1919 Time Trial Frame (Medium)

 

2013 Colnago C-59 (54s) with Campy Super Record 11 Electronic- Unbelievably beautiful bike.

2013 Colnago M10 (54,56) with Campy Chorus

2013 Colnago CLX 3.0 (56s) with Ultegra

 

2013 Ridley Helium SC (56cm) with Sram Red

 

Seven Diamas with Sram Red

 

2011 Parlee TT

2013 Parlee Z5i (Medium Short, Large Tall)

 

Women’s

2012 Specialized Dolce Comp Sram Apex (48cm)

2012 Specialized Amira Sram Apex (54cm)

2012 Specialized Amira (51cm)

2012 Specialized Ruby Sram Apex (44)
Mountain:

2011 Rocky Mountain Flatline World Cup

2012 Rocky Mountain Element 970 (17,18.5,20 inch)

2012 Rocky Mountain Element 950 (21.5inch)

2012 Rocky Mountain Element 70 MSL (18,19inch) – Carbon race machine with Full XT.

2012 Rocky Mountain Element 10 (19inch)- Great entry level full suspension bike.

 

2012 Specialized Epic Comp 29er (Medium, Large)

2012 Specialized Epic Comp Carbon 26er (Medium)

2013 Specialized Camber Comp and Comp Carbon

2013 Specialized Stumpjumper Comp, Comp Carbon, and Expert Carbon

 

Road Wheelsets:

2012 Reynolds Assault Clincher

2012 Reynolds Attack Clincher

2012 Reynolds 46 Clincher

2012 Reynolds 46 Tubular

2013 Reynolds Assault Clincher

2013 Reynolds 58 Aero Clincher

2013 Reynolds 72 Aero Clincher

 

2013 Mavic Cosmic Carbone SLR Clincher

2013 Mavic Cosmic Carbone SL Clincher

2013 Mavic Ksyrium SLS Clincher

2013 Mavic Ksyrium Elite Clincher

2013 Mavic Aksium Clincher

2012 Mavic R-SYS SLR Clincher

2012 Mavic Ksyrium SLR Clincher

 

2013 Fulcrum Racing 0 Clincher

2013 Fulcrum Racing 3 Clincher

2013 Fulcrum Racing 7 Clincher

2010 Fulcrum Racing Crono Disc Wheel (Campagnolo) Tubular

 

2013 Roval Rapide CLX40 Clincher

2013 Roval Fusee SLX Clincher

 

Mountain Wheelsets:

2013 Mavic Crossride 29

2012 Easton Haven 29

2011 Fulcrum Red Metal Zero 26”

 

Cranksets:

2011 Quarq Saturn Cinco FSA SL-K Light 172.5mm 53×39

2012 Quarq Sram S975 175 GXP 53×39

2012 Quarq Sram S975 172.5 BB30 53×39

2013 Quarq Sram Red Omnical 172.5 BB30 50×34

 

Shimano Dura Ace 7900 170mm 53×39

Shimano Ultegra 6750 175mm 50×34 Glossy Grey

Shimano XTR M980 38×26 170mm w/ Bottom Bracket

Shimano XT M770 175mm 42x32x24 w/ Bottom Bracket

Shimano XT M780 175mm 38×26 w/ Bottom Bracket

 

Campagnolo Super Record Ti 175mm 50×34

Campagnolo Super Record 172.5mm 53×39

Campnolo Super Record Ti 170mm 50×34

 

Shoes:

2012 Specialized Pro Road

2012 Specialized S-Works Road

 

Giro Mele Tri

Giro Factor

Giro Trans

Giro Apeckx

Giro Treble

 

Giro Code

Giro Guage

Giro Privateer

Giro Carbide

 

Giro Factress

Giro Espada

Giro Solara

Giro Sante

 

Giro Sica

Giro Manta

Giro Reva

 

Helmets:

Bell Array

Bell Volt

Bell Lumen

 

Giro Advantage 2

Giro Surface

Giro Flak

 

Indoor Trainers:

Tacx Flow

Tacx Bushido (8 @ $750)

Tacx Genius

 

Other accessories:

Go Pro Hero 3 Black Edition

Oakley Optics

Tifosi Optics

Singletrack Solitude: Destination Fruita

Wednesday, June 19th, 2013

The legend of Fruita, Colorado has been ringing in my head for a couple of years now. I have heard stories that the singletrack there was some of the smoothest and fastest around. The promise of a change from the usual fare here in SLC, which is still awesome, sounded appealing. We decided to head down mid-week to avoid the crowds and have free run of the trails.  Heading out from Millcreek Bicycles early on a Wednesday we put the drive behind us in about five hours. The cloudless skies and ample sunshine lifted our spirits and we were stoked to get out and ride. The town of Fruita is rather small but it has a pervasive mountain bike culture and lots of friendly faces. A quick stop at the City Market and liquor store for supplies followed our arrival. We also stopped by Over The Edge Sports to get some local bike-shop beta from those that know best.

Desert Beauty in Fruita, CO

Desert Beauty

Our area of choice was 18 road. Only ten miles out of town, this trail system offers tons of options for intermediate and advanced riders. The North Fruita Desert Campground served as our home base and we set up our tents and headed out. Just 100 yards from our tent door there were several trail options. Talk about convenient!

My weapon of choice for this mission was the Rocky Mountain Slayer 70.  A bike that lives up to its name, this would prove to be the ticket for full scale desert rallying.  My amigos were repping the Specialized line by riding the Enduro and Stumpjumper 29er.  Fine choices indeed.  We selected Kessel Run, a smooth gradual descent with some tight turns and fun berms. A few minutes in I hit a patch of loose rock and buried the wheel in a small bush. The abrupt stop sent me flying over the bars, but my ninja training allowed me to tuck and roll and end up back on my feet. Only slightly bruised, I hoped back on and caught up with my group.

After riding Kessel Run, we cruised back up 18 road to Prime Cut. This uphill only trail was somewhat technical and involved a challenge in gear selection. Topping out around 2:30pm the sun was beating down and we sought refuge in the shade of a tiny juniper tree. The mild spring temps had given way to full-fledged summer. However, it did keep the crowds to zero. We had miles of singletrack all to our selves.

Next, we moved on to a newer trail called P.B.R ( Pumps, Berms, and Rollers) for a little excitement. The trail had lots of jumps and hard packed berms ready to be railed at high speed. We dominated the run and popped back out at another junction. This time we headed out Edge Loop and connected with Chutes and Ladders. The winding trail stretched out into sparse foliage and tall grasses that resembled the Serengeti. Countless pedal strokes led us through the varied terrain and we caught a glimpse of a Proghorn Antelope sprinting across the open country.

Deciding where to ride in Fruita, CO

Decisions, Decisions

The 4 mile trail looped us back to camp and we chilled in the shade and enjoyed a few ice cold Fat Tires. We took in the fantastic scenery and relaxed, awed by the splendor of this place. As the sun arced lower into the western sky, we mounted back up and went for one more ride. Joe’s Ridge picks up off of Frontside, just a short climb from our camp. This classic ride give and elevated view of the area and puts riders on a narrow ridge with precipitous drops to either side. Undeterred by certain danger, we pedaled on and found it to be one of our favorites of the day. As the sun went behind the book cliffs we headed back to camp to cook dinner.

The absolute clarity of the desert sky at night is awe-inspiring. Stars and planets be-speckled the pure blackness like so many diamonds. We enjoyed the fire, food, conversation, and cerveza. Then it was off to bed to rest up for day two.

Awaking by seven the sun had already started to warm the earth and we knew prime time was almost upon us. A delicious breakfast of oatmeal pancakes and nature’s meat candy (aka Bacon) gave us the sustained energy we would need for the trail. We cruised back to Joe’s ridge and did a hot lap down to 18 Road. Along the way we spotted what looked like a new trail and we decided to try our luck. A rusted sign read “This is an advanced trail: Do not go around obstacles. It is meant to be ridden fast.”

Riding singletrack in Fruita, CO

Riding fast and smooth

Perfect. We dove in and quickly found our rhythm. More hits and hips, berms and rollers to fulfill our adrenaline fix. Too good not to do another, we headed all the way back up and did the Joe’s Ridge/MOJO combo. It was now noon and unbearably hot. We downed a beer, said our goodbyes to Fruita and hit the road back to SLC. A great trip by anyone’s standards.

Black Friday & Small Business Saturday Sale

Thursday, November 22nd, 2012

On “Black Friday,” November 23, and “Small Business Saturday,” November 24, we will be hosting our first ever post-Thanksgiving sale with the largest discounts we have ever offered.  Our hours will be our normal 10am to 6 pm on both days.

Included in the sale will be all 2012 products which are being offered at up to 50% off.  We will have the following products available all weekend at these great prices (some may be available for special order when we run out, but must be prepaid to take advantage of sale prices).  Not everything is included here, but this should give you a good idea of what we going on.

Store-wide discount of 15%!*

Specialized S-Works Road Shoes (all sizes and colors available)- $240 ($360)

Specialized Pro Road Shoes (Men’s and Women’s; all sizes available) – $195 ($285)

Specialized Sport Road and Mountain Shoes – $60 ($90)

Specialized Romin and Toupe Expert (Plus and Evo versions included) – $90 ($120)

Specialized Romin and Toupe Pro Saddles – $140 ($189)

Specialized Jett and Oura’s Expert Women’s Saddles – $90 ($120)

Specialized S-Works Chicane Carbon Saddles – $199 ($300)

GoPro Hero2 HD Cameras – $179 ($300)

All GoPro Accessories – 40% off

Giro and Bell Helmets – 25 to 40% off

All Reynolds, Mavic and Easton Wheelsets – %40 off

**Special** Reynolds 32 Tubular Wheelsets – $1,800 (If we run out, we can order more at this price)

Roval Wheelsets – 50% off

Fulcrum Wheelsets – 25% off

All Seven, Parlee, Ritte, and Specialized demo bikes – 40% off

All 2012 Specialized bikes – 20% off

All 2012 Rocky Mountain Road Bikes – 30 – 35% off

All 2012 Rocky Mountain Mountain Bikes – 25 – 35% off

5 to 10% in store credit on all bicycle purchases ($50 on a $1,000 bicycle purchase; $300 on a $3,000 bicycle purchase).

In addition to these great deals, we are offering no-cost, 12 (on any purchase over $2,000) and 6 month interest-free financing on any purchase.  (OAC)

*Discounts cannot be offered on 2013 Specialized and Colnago Bicycles and Specialized equipment.

For additional information and to check availability, please feel free to call the shop at 801-608-9118 or email Brad at brad@millcreekbicycles.com.

Millcreek Bicycles Coaching and Indoor Power Training Classes

Wednesday, November 7th, 2012

 

Millcreek Bicycles introduces winter power cycling and triathlon training camps and coaching with professional cyclist and coach Bradley Gehrig.

The riding season is looking to begin its slow fade into winter in the upcoming week.  We are sad to see the beautiful weather disappear, but it doesn’t mean we have to give up on cycling altogether.

Beginning November of 2012, and continuing through March 2013, Millcreek Bicycles will be conducting a highly intensive, performance oriented training camp designed to make 2013 your best year ever! We will be offering blood lactate and power testing, in house power training classes on Tacx Bushido trainers, one-on-one athlete evaluations and training program planning, and an online training log. This program is far more than a class to simply attend as a training supplement; this is designed as a full-service coaching program. We will design a program for you on a monthly basis that will provide you with the best chance for success in 2013; our power classes will be just one facet of your new training regiment. At the end of the period of the indoor power class, you may also continue to work with Brad for individual coaching to continue to progress your fitness and skills as a cyclist.

Custom fittings are suggested to all who have not previously been fit by a Millcreek Bicycles fit professional (Mike Hanseen, Bradley Gehrig or Jason Bynum), to guarantee proper positioning and an injury free training season. Prior to beginning your training program we will check your position on your bike to prevent injuries; this will be done with your initial testing session. If you would like to schedule a custom fitting appointment to assess your ideal position and how it may be achieved, please feel free to talk to any Millcreek Bicycles employee for scheduling or further details. You must complete testing or provide lactate threshold test values prior to your enrollment in the program. You may also complete additional testing at any time during the program to gauge your improvements; I especially recommend a test at the end of the program in order to gauge your improvements.

We will begin classes on November 19. Classes will be held at seven different times per week; 10 participants may register for and attend each class. You will be allowed to register for up to three classes per week. If additional class times are requested and/or required, they may be added prior to the start of the program on a first come, first serve basis.

Classes will be run by USA Cycling certified coach and professional cyclist Bradley Gehrig. Guest coaches or professional riders may also teach classes based on availability. Our program has been designed to be cycling specific, however if you are looking to improve your fitness for a multi-sport event, such as a triathlon, we will also incorporate a multi-sport focus into your training plan.

Class schedule:

Monday: 6:30 – 8AM

Tuesday: 6:30 – 8PM

Wednesday: 6:30 – 8AM

Thursday: 6:30 – 8PM

Friday: 6:30-8AM

Saturday: 7 – 8:30, 8:30 – 10AM

Group rides will also be arranged, weather permitting.

Pricing (requires enrollment in at least one month of training program)

$200/ month for 3 classes per week and weekly personalized training plans

$200 for custom fitting and lactate testing (2 hour appointment)

$100 for lactate testing and initial setup for those have a satisfactory fit

$75 for additional lactate testing and/or maximal power testing

$800 for complete 12 week program, including testing and fitting

 

For additional information, including enrollment details, please contact Brad.

- brad@millcreekbicycles.com

- 801-608-9118 (mobile)

- 801-278-1500 (work)

 

 

 

Upcoming Bicycle Maintenance Classes

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

 

Happy Fall to all of our loyal customers,

We have enjoyed a prolonged season and are hopeful that the weather is going to stay ripe for riding. In the mean time, we are preparing for activities around the shop. We will be offering Introductory and Advanced Bicycle Maintenance Classes taught by our very own Jason Bynum.

Introductory Level Class -$200:

This class will hinge upon empowering you to competently manage simple repairs and diagnose problems with your road and/or mountain bike. There will several sessions and small class sizes will ensure more one-on-one instruction. All classes will be held here at Millcreek Bicycle at hours conducive to work schedules. All deposits must be made in store prior to participation.

Session I:

Tuesdays- November 6th, 13th, and 20th from 6:15p.m.-8:15p.m.

Session II:

Wednesdays- November 14th, 21st, and December 5th from 6:15p.m. -8:15p.m.

Session III:

Tuesdays- December 4th, 11th, and 18th from 6:15p.m.-8:15p.m.

Advanced Level Road or Mountain Class-$200 for Road and$300 for Mountain:

Our advanced classes will be bike specific and will take a more focused approach to bike issues. Any individual who has completed our beginner class is encouraged to join the advanced class. For those out there with previous experience in bike maintenance, we welcome you to discuss your goals with us and participate in this class. All deposits must be made in store prior to participation. Small class sizes will also be utilized to ensure in-depth instruction.

Road Session:

Tuesdays-January 8th and 15th from 6:15p.m.-9p.m.

Mountain Session:

Wednesdays- January 9th, 16th, and 23rd from 6:15p.m.-9p.m.

Wheel Building Class-$200:
This class is a great intro to wheel building and its fundamentals. Plus you get to ride your work! Small class sizes will enhance one-on-one instruction.

Thursday November 15th, or January 10th from 6:15th-9p.m.

Thursday January 10th and 17th from 6:15th-9p.m

 

We look forward to having you participate in these classes and we welcome any questions.

 

Cheers,

The Millcreek Bicycles Team

Shock Me With That Electric Feel

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012
Campagnolo Super Record EPS

Campagnolo Super Record EPS 11-Speed drive train.

Since 1992, companies like Campagnolo have been developing electronic shifting technologies in an effort to achieve higher performance for their race teams.  Beginning as an 8-speed design, Campy’s original prototypes were available only to the elite racers for testing on pro circuits.  Early models were relatively simple and relied on a mix of mechanical principles coupled with the “smart” features of electronic outputs.  These early tests pieces represented the foundation for which two decades more research and development could build upon.  Perhaps the most difficult facet of engineering an electronic system is the life of the battery and properly shielding it from the elements.  The problem of water infiltrating the control unit (Brain) and shorting out the system was ongoing and not easy to fix.  As the generations progressed, the designers figured out new and improved methods of creating units that were as precise as they were durable.

In 2001 the Camagnolo 10-speed electronic shifting platform had been brought to the table and revolutionized what a lot of racers considered possible.  Key upgrades included the use of magnets in the front and rear derailleurs for increased precision and timing, a removable battery, and a new electronics housing that improved the interface between cyclist and drive train.  However, the new system proved somewhat fragile and road vibrations proved detrimental to the power supply.  So, it was back to the drawing board at Campy to devise a more solid housing and improve performance yet again.

2005 models of the electronic systems remained mostly unchanged in the derailleurs and encoders, but the Ergopower shifters underwent a few modification to yield a smoother feel.  The electonic housing and batteries also became more durable.  The introduction of Lithium-ion batteries also allowed the system to run longer on a single charge than previous generations.  Besides these upgrades, water infiltration was still a big issue.  One engineer recounts a particular situation where this point was illustrated perfectly.  “In 2005, during a transfer at the Giro D’Italia the flagship vehicles with the bikes loaded on the roof go through a great storm, that combined with the speed of the vehicles on the highway, causes water to leak in. Since the Campagnolo electronic drivetrain has to be perfect, the approach promoting innovation and the quality of the company leads to suspend manufacturing the product and move onto a new phase of the design aiming at solving the problem of water infiltration. ”

The sixth release of Campy electronic shifting marked a sea change for the company and the industry as a whole.  The development of 11-speed drive trains blew open a whole new realm of cycling performance and enabled riders to realize more power with less effort. Branded as “Campy Lab Tech”, the 11-speed setup surprised a lot of people.  Keeping with the spirit of innovation, the latest system became more compact, more efficient and more durable.  The use of smaller components and wireless technology brought down weights and the amount of space the system took up on the bike.  Different frame manufacturers had different mounting positions for the electronics and battery, therefore Campy improved the ability of these pieces to be placed in a variety of configurations based on factory specs.  The use of these systems during the 2011 racing season proved that the technicians at Campagnolo had developed something unique and the system could be introduced to the public.  Teams winning two titles at the Giro d’Italia, 1 at the Tour de France and 1 at the Vuelta di Spagna further signified the systems arrival at the forefront of the industry.

By the end of 2011, the system became know as Campagnolo EPS (Electronic Power Shift) and was now available for mass consumption.  2012 saw the development of EPS across the Campy line up from Super Record on down to Athena.  This milestone of proliferation of technology allowed the performance of EPS to be shared at a variety of price points, therefore allowing a greater swath of riders to experience the differences for themsleves. Features like auto derailleur alignment (trim) and extended battery life (2,000 kms) boost the value of these units and keep you riding happier longer.

For the future, Campagnolo will continue pushing the limits of R&D and release new systems when they are good and ready.  One thing is for certain, Campy will never allow a system that isn’t flawless to be available to the public.  Their attention to detail comes at a price, but as you can see, it is worth every penny.  Click here for more info about the evolution of EPS.

Campagnolo Super Record EPS

Italian Beauty: Colnago C59 built with Campagnolo Super Record EPS.

 

 

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