Detail Images

  • Campagnolo - Side
  • Campagnolo - Record 11 Cassette - 11 Speed
  • Campagnolo - Side -

Current Color

  • Campagnolo - Record 11 Cassette - 11 Speed

Campagnolo Record 11 Cassette

sale from $246.50 $510.0040% Off

Free 2-Day shipping on orders over $50*

Select your style & size:

Select options
  • Select options
    • 11 Speed, 11x23
      sale $257.00
    • 11 Speed, 11x25
      sale $246.50
    • 11 Speed, 12x25
      sale $257.00
    • 11 Speed, 12x27
      sale $320.00
    • 11 Speed, 12x29
      sale $400.00
    • 11 Speed, 11x26
      sale $257.00
    • 11 Speed, 11x27
      sale $286.00
    • 11 Speed, 11x29
      sale $433.00
    050

    Be the first to review

    Details

    Performance you won't even notice.

    A cassette is like a soccer referee—you hardly even know it's there if it does the job perfectly, but it can ruin an entire event if it doesn't. If we keep that analogy rolling, the Campagnolo Record 11 Cassette is a hall-of-fame level official, one that can only really be appreciated after you've had to deal with the crappy dad-refs of the world.

    The Record 11 is virtually identical to the Super Record 11. The only meaningful difference is that the Super Record features six titanium cogs, the Record features only three, in the three easiest gears, while the other eight cogs are made of nickel-chrome-coated steel. Apart from this, the two cassettes are identical. The Record 11 features the same Ultra Shift technology, which includes things like cog-tooth synchronization (for easy and snappy chain transitions between cogs) and certain shark-fin teeth (to encourage easy upshifting). It's designed to work with ErgoPower shift levers to make shifting 13% easier, according to Campagnolo, and the whole thing weighs just 24g more than the Super Record, a weight gain that's more than offset by the increased durability.

    • Eight chrome-plated steel and three titanium cogs
    • Ultra Shift technology
    • Synchronized cogs
    • Easy-shifting shark-tooth profile
    • Alloy lockring
    • Item #CPG0030

    Tech Specs

    Cog Material
    chrome-plated steel, titanium
    Hub Type
    Campagnolo
    Claimed Weight
    201 g
    Recommended Use
    Road cycling, racing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 Years

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    What do you think about this product?

    Have questions about this product?

    Right now I have the 2014 campy super record RS group with a 11-25 record cassette. Is a 11-29, or a 12-29 cassette compatible with my group set? Can I just swap them out? What do I need? Just a locking ring?

    Thank you

    Robert

    Hey there Harleytusk,

    Yes you can use up to a 29t cog on the Super Record RS rear derailleur. They do not need a specific length cage like the Shimano's do. The cassette should come with a new lock ring as well. If you have any more questions, feel free to contact me at jcrocker@backcountry.com.

    Can I use normal rear derailer with a max...

    Can I use normal rear derailer with a max low gear of 27 on the back? do i need to change to long throw derailer?