Campagnolo Veloce rear derailleur with medium cage. Ideal in combination with compact CT cranks or triple cranksets.
The design of the Veloce rear derailleur is derived directly from the 11-speed components with the oversized outer plate to provide greater rigidity to the entire system. The parallelogram and the lower and upper body are completely made of aluminium. Thanks to their proven Ultra-Shift geometry the rear derailleur offers maximum shifting rigidity, fast actuation, high precision and less friction. The special rubber pulleys reduce vibration and improve the silence of the drivetrain.
The medium cage rear derailleurs are designed for 2x10s CT cranksets. Depending on the ratios the medium cage rear derailleur may be nessessary for normal 2x10s cranksets or can be used for 3x10s cranksets.
With double crankset: min. sprocket 11; max. sprocket 29; cap. 33.
Upper to lower pulley axle: 75mm, aluminium body, pulleys on bushings, parallelogram with 11s geometry, special rubber pulleys.
Campagnolo is an Italian manufacturer of bike parts. The company was founded by Tullio Campagnolo in 1933 and is now firmly established as one of the most prestigious manufacturers of bicycle parts in the world.
Campagnolo mainly manufactures group sets for bicycles, such as hubs or axles, cassettes, chains, derailleurs, crank sets, crankshafts, pedals, brakes, brake and gear shifters, steering heads. These days Campagnolo manufactures exclusively produces group sets for racing bikes. In addition, Campagnolo also sells wheels for racing bikes and cycling clothing and manufactures specially designed cycle computers for its groupsets. On top of that, Campagnolo also manufactures the special Pista group set, specifically for track cycling. The range consists of hubs, crank sets with spindles and a crankshaft, a fixed gear ring for the rear wheel and the steer head.
Campagnolo’s largest competitor in the field of parts for racing bikes in the Japanese company Shimano. Unlike Campagnolo, Shimano also manufactures group sets for mountain bikes and ordinary bikes. In 1995, Campagnolo halted production of mountain bike parts. The company now also faces competition from the relatively new American brand SRAM, which produces parts for both mountain bikes and racing bikes. Former competitors like SunTour and Mavic shifted the focus of their operations to other segments of the industry.