About Campagnolo Direct Mount Brake
Campagnolo is dedicated towards offering the best performance solution possible no matter what frame a road racing athlete chooses to ride or the tire he or she chooses to mount. As framebuilders begin to develop frame and fork designs that take advantage of the aerodynamic gains represented by direct mount brakes the Campy Tech Lab set forth to produce a pair of direct mount brakes that boast Campagnolo quality and performance standards.
This completely new braking system from Campagnolo allows for a completely symmetric and efficient brake application thanks to its self-balancing design. Campagnolo Direct Mount brakes offer surefooted stopping power thanks to their extremely stiff structure while design elements that take inspiration from the traditional skeleton brake design keep weight to a minimum. In addition to pure performance a great deal of attention was paid to ease of use and adjustment. The direct mount brake is often complex to install and adjust and great strides were made to make this Campagnolo version the most user friendly and simple to adjust of any model available.
Shimano Brake Shoes Standard - uses tried and trusted Shimano brake shoes, a standard for safety and ease of use.
Fast Adjustments - screws oriented in a direction that allows for the fastest adjustment while guaranteeing easy access to adjustment screws
Maximum Compatibility - by offering two separate rear brake designs, one specifically for seat stay and one for bottom bracket placement (under BB), there is a guaranteed Campagnolo Direct Mount solution for all aero frames on the market.
Skeleton Structure - guarantees the maximum stiffness while minimizing weight of overall system.
Fast Assembly - easy assembly system does not require any additional parts.
More About The Manufacturer Campagnolo
Campagnolo is an Italian manufacturer of high-end bicycle components with headquarters in Vicenza, Italy. The components are organised as groupsets (gruppi) and are a near-complete collection of a bicycle's mechanical parts. Campagnolo's flagship components are the Super Record, Record, and Chorus groupsets that represent their recent shift to 11-speed drivetrains. Record and Super Record are the top groupsets, followed by Chorus, Athena, Centaur and Veloce. Campagnolo also produces aluminum and carbon wheels, as well as other components like carbon seat posts.