Stages Cycling Campagnolo power meters now available

Super Record, Record, and Chorus added to company's extensive line-up

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Stages Cycling Campagnolo Power Meters

Campagnolo’s carbon design took more time than anticipated to meter.

Stages Cycling announced this week that Stages Power for Campagnolo is now available. Stages Cycling power meters for Campagnolo Super Record, Record, and Chorus crank arms in 170mm, 172.5mm, and 175mm lengths are available for $950, $800, and $700 respectively.

“While we have been producing carbon power meters to work with SRAM, FSA, and Race Face crank sets for some time, the Campagnolo carbon power meters proved to be a unique engineering challenge,” said Pat Warner, Stages Cycling Senior Vice President. “Campagnolo’s carbon design is entirely different and it took more time than anticipated to meter. We ended up creating a new iteration of our Stages Cycling power meter for the Italian brand’s crank sets.”

Stages Cycling Campagnolo Power Meters

Pricing and Options

Stages Power Campagnolo Super Record
Lengths: 170mm, 172.5, 175mm
Price: $950

Stages Power Campagnolo Record
Lengths: 170mm, 172.5, 175mm
Price: $800

Stages Power Campagnolo Chorus
Lengths: 170mm, 172.5, 175mm
Price: $700

Stages Cycling Campagnolo Power Meters

Stages Cycling upended the power measurement category in 2013 with the launch of the first Stages Power meter for alloy cranks. Stages has gone on to release models for all disciplines of road, MTB, and track cycling, including those made from carbon. Stages Cycling is also the official power meter supplier to Team Sky, and has been for four consecutive years, counting two Tour de France victories among their list of wins through the support of many of the world’s top cycling professionals.

For more information visit stagescycling.com.

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