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Old 11-24-12, 16:38
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Wouldn't this be true for Shimano and Sram also?


stuey on shimano and devolder on campy back in 08 right? also campy was already like that in 06 so that's 7 years with the same system and appearance. sram and shimano definitively changed since 06

anyway what i really don't understand about campy if the thumb shifting . . . not being able to shift both ways from the drops must be annoying for pro's.
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maybe because campy seems(visualy) to have the same design and system since like 2008 or 2009? or maybe because of their thumb thingy system which seems weird to me?
I was talking more of the economic side, as in the past few years they didnt sponsor as much as they used to do, while Sram and Shimano have been "dominating" the market.
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maybe because campy seems(visualy) to have the same design and system since like 2008 or 2009? or maybe because of their thumb thingy system which seems weird to me?
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I was talking more of the economic side, as in the past few years they didnt sponsor as much as they used to do, while Sram and Shimano have been "dominating" the market.
a wheel producer (marchisio himself) told me Campy is still alive thanks to wheels, especially the Fulcrum brand.

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Guerciotti to follow Rebellin and sponsor polish CCC team.
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Lotto belisol will continue with Campy groups and wheels

(the sram-fulcrum news was not right)
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Old 12-09-12, 21:23
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Updated


World Tour

Ag2r - Focus
Astana - Specialized
Bmc - Bmc
Cannondale - Cannondale
Fdj - Lapierre
Euskaltel - Orbea
Katusha - Canyon
Garmin - Cervelo
Lampre - Merida
Movistar - Pinarello
Omega - Specialized
Orica - Scott
Rabobank - Giant
Radioshack - Trek
Saxo - Specialized
Sky - Pinarello
Vacansoleil - Bianchi


Pro Continental

Accent Jobs - Zannata (?)
Androni - Bianchi
Argos - Felt
Bardiani (ex Colnago) - MCipollini
Caja Rural - Vivelo
CCC - Guerciotti
Champion System - Fuji
Cofidis - Look
Europcar - Colnago
IAM - Scott
Landbwoukredit - Colnago
MTN - Trek
Netapp - Simplon (?)
Sojasun - BH
Tosport - Eddy Merckx
United Healthcare - Boardman (?)
Vini Fantini - MCipollini
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http://www.cyclingnews.com/races/nsw.../photos/245708
Matthews on a Scott

and Cofidis on Mavic (see bottom of page)
http://veloptimal.com/forum/viewtopi...882&start=8370
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World Tour

Ag2r - Focus
Astana - Specialized
Bmc - Bmc
Cannondale - Cannondale
Fdj - Lapierre
Euskaltel - Orbea
Katusha - Canyon
Garmin - Cervelo
Lampre - Merida
Movistar - Pinarello
Omega - Specialized
Orica - Scott
Rabobank - Giant
Radioshack - Trek
Saxo - Specialized
Sky - Pinarello
Vacansoleil - Bianchi


Pro Continental

Accent Jobs - Zannata (?)
Androni - Bianchi
Argos - Felt
Bardiani (ex Colnago) - MCipollini
Caja Rural - Vivelo
CCC - Guerciotti
Champion System - Fuji
Cofidis - Look
Europcar - Colnago
IAM - Scott
Landbwoukredit - Colnago
MTN - Trek
Netapp - Simplon (?)
Sojasun - BH
Tosport - Eddy Merckx
United Healthcare - Boardman (?)
Vini Fantini - MCipollini
Netapp are on Fuji.

http://reviews.roadbikereview.com/fu...-netapp-endura
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Old 12-10-12, 06:46
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He moves to Orica (Scott bikes) for 2013 and 2014.
Very common matter to ride the new equipment (often also shoes and pedals if there is also a change) as soon as possible if the old employer agrees.
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