First ride impressions: New Campagnolo Super Record Wireless groupset

Does the Italian brand's flagship groupset live up to expectations and its big price tag?

Sam Gupta perfects blue steel look while cornering on a Super Record Wireless equipped bike
(Image credit: Campagnolo)

Cycling Weekly's video manager Sam Gupta, had the opportunity to ride a bike equipped with all new Super Record Wireless at the launch event in Italy. These are purely first impressions and we'll bring you a far more in-depth review as soon as we can.

You'll find plenty of in-depth information in our news article on the all new Campagnolo Super Record Wireless groupset, but the headlines are a mightily impressive price tag - $5,399/£4,499, a completely wireless set up (as the name suggests), no rim brake option and no more famous Campagnolo thumbshifters.

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Sam Gupta
Video Manager

After discovering his love of cycling in college, Sam has always kept two wheels very close. Having spent over five years working in a couple of local bike shops, it's fair to say he enjoys getting hands on. He also loves to push himself to ride ever longer distances and to explore as many new places as possible. 

Sam has been Cycling Weekly's video manager since January 2022. You'll find him on our YouTube channel where he brings you the latest cycling tech news, rides, reviews and all of the most important new launches while taking in some incredible cycling adventures too.