Why would they?bane said:I'm not surprised that they do offer sram/shimano.
I am surprised that they DON'T offer campy. That's just weird.
buck-50 said:Why would they?
Elektra designed it for their bikes. They run shimano drivetrains. Thus, shimano compatibility. Plus, you get shimano/sram compatibility with one freehub body. They'd have to make another one for campy. That's more expensive.
If they take off, really fly off the shelves, I'd bet they introduce a campy version.
Me, I'm interested in those TA crank knockoffs... If they've found some way to get around the TA cranks inherent flaws- chainrings that bend and ridiculously high prices -I'd be all over them.
Nope, I guess you could call them Campy inspired neo retro, or something like that.FatTireFred said:I was confused that it was an 'electra' named campy component... so if electra bike is making 'em, are they really campy???
Not campy- also, not TA cranks, not VO constructeur racks and not Honjo fenders... But they're all real purty copies.FatTireFred said:I was confused that it was an 'electra' named campy component... so if electra bike is making 'em, are they really campy???
Now available through electra.com. Don't click on hubs, use the link for "Ticino Parts Collection".DannyBoy said:Aaargghh, can't find anything much out about these, in production yet? Cost??
Wow, those are nice...too bad they don't offer 175mm, I'd ditch the Omniums for a set of those.vxpro said:While we are on the subject of Campy replicas, has anyone seen the NR crank copy from IRD? I have no idea on price but it seems to me there is a market for them, especially with the growing fixie culture. Hopefully, the attachment feature will work.
Otherwise, see here: