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Race tech: Tour de France, July 10, 2007

Campagnolo's electronic group showed its face again
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The electronic Ergopower levers look like standard issue
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…but a close look reveals that slight subtleties in the shape.
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The main shift paddle looks slightly shorter
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The updated group also gains a new computer head
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Lots of wires feed into the underside
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The Campagnolo electronic rear derailleur
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Pivots appear to be made at least partially
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The distinctive winged Campagnolo logo
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The battery is now integrated
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Several electrical connectors are scattered throughout
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Other connectors look to allow
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The front derailleur
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…but is still a bit tidier.
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A wireless sensor handles speed duties.
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Shimano's prototype carbon fiber crankset
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We don't have any indication of the new crankset's weight
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The backside of the crankset is smoothly contoured as well.
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Shimano uses nearly the same attachment method
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Underneath the cosmetic carbon fiber cap
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