This Campagnolo Chorus 11-speed cassette offers efficiency, durability and stiffness. Having undergone a complete redesign, Campagnolo has reduced the thickness of the sprockets on this Chorus cassette to minimise friction, and to allow the chain to run as smoothly as possible. The ramps and pin placement on individual sprockets have been redesigned too, offering a much crisper shift. With Nickle Chrome finish on this Chorus cassette, Campagnolo has also maximised long-term durability.
- Eleven sprockets that are even more efficient; despite the reduction of the thickness.
- The teeth have been designed to optimise the speed and fluidity of shifting.
- This form reduces stress on the chain which ascends more easily onto the higher diameter sprockets.
- The large pinions are divided into sets of three and are mounted on a new aluminium frame.
- Thanks to this rigidity increases 180% and the individual sprockets are 70% more resistant to torsion.
- Nickel-chromed finish.
- Light alloy supports for the final two triplets.
- Light alloy lockring.
- Weight: 236g
- 11 Speed
- Mechanical Drivetrain
- Electronic Drivetrain
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Top Customer Reviews
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Campagnolo works with campagnolo
Tried a cheaper light cassette but after 3 months it bent and was a not worth the cost.
Top quality cassette
This 11-speed Campagnolo cassette is top quality, as expected. I pair these cassettes with the C11-Record chain. Probikekit provided these at good prices and delivered promptly: all as expected. Thank you
As always the quality of Campagnolo is wonderful and the price and service from Probikekit is great.
Not as light as other cassettes no
I sold this as soon as I weighed it and saw it weighs 276 grams for the 11-27. Too much in my opinion so I sold it and bought a SRAM RED 11 speed cassette which weighs 165 grams and it works well with my shimano freehub and campy group.
Thanks so much, exactly what I needed & so quick delivery
I have used Campag for years now and their equipment never fails to impress, second to none
Road cassettes are a consumable item. I've worn out several over the years, and these replacements always work.
It's a while since I treated my Chorus kitted bike to a new cassette, so when I got a new pair of Bullet Ultras, I thought it was time. I chose an 11-27and it went on to replace the 11-25 I had temporarily fitted with no problems at all. No faffing that I normally have to do with Campag bits. Now it's super smooth, quick changes, effortless moving up and down. Lovely. As it should be.
This was a like for like replacement. The original was a real quality piece of kit, that has lasted 1000's of miles. And purchased off PBK, as it was the most competitive price I could find. A great quick service.
I love the 11-29 cassette
After moving from the flat central valley of California to the hills of Utah, I was struggling a bit on the climbs. The new bike had an 11-27 which, while I could still make it up the hills, I wanted just a little more gearing to make it more bearable. Switching to the 29 cog has really cut the edge off of the tougher climbs. I considered the 32, but didn't want to spend the extra money for the medium cage derailleur as well. Also, there are few rides here that would warrant the 32 and the loss of other lower gears that would come with it. Pro's - shifting is smooth and reliable. Grades of 10% climbs now feel like 5 or 6%. Affordable and quality built. Con's -The three lowest gears come as one solid unit 23/26/29. The old cassette had 23/25/27. They are very similar, but I didn't realize how much I rode in the 25 for moderate climbing, now I use the 26 and spin a little more. The offset is that now instead of riding in the 27, I am in the 26. Not that big of a deal, but noticeable. With the old style Campy 8 speed, you could make any combination that you wanted with individual cogs. That was very convenient.