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1901 Tullio Campagnolo born on 26 August in the eastern suburbs of Vicenza, Italy1922 Tullio Campagnolo begins his racing career1930 Campagnolo patents the quick-release hub1933 After fabricating parts in the backroom of his father's hardware store, Tullio starts Campagnolo SPA with production of the quick-release hub1940 Tullio hires his first full-time employee. The derailleur enters production, enabling gears to change without removing the wheel. The pieces are handmade1949 Campagnolo introduces a parallelogram rear derailleur, the Gran Sport Gran Sport rear derailleur1956 Campagnolo introduces a parallelogram front derailleur1963 The Record rear derailleur (chromed bronze) is introduced1966 The Nuovo Record rear derailleur is introduced. Eddy Merckx uses it for his first four Tour de France victories1973 The Super Record Road and Track groups are introduced. Campagnolo Super Record 1983 rear derailleur1983 Tullio Campagnolo dies on 3 February. Anniversary groupset to mark 50 years of Campagnolo bicycle parts.1985 Campagnolo creates Delta brakes, with a parallelogram linkage to actuate the calipers. Campagnolo Delta brake calipers from the 1980s1986 The re-designed Record road and track groupsets (also known as C-Record) are introduced, replacing Super Record as the top of range1987 The last year of Super Record until 20081989 Campagnolo introduces a mountain bike groupset, which is heavier and less advanced than those by Shimano and SunTour.1991 8-speed shifting components are introduced1992 The ErgoPower levers are introduced, which combines brake lever and a shift lever to answer Shimano's STI levers1993 Delta brakes are discontinued1994 Campagnolo leaves the mountain bike components business1995 Group names on components are introduced1997 9-speed shifting components are introduced1998 Next generation Ergo Levers1999 Record Carbon Ergo levers, Daytona group, and for the Record, Chorus and Daytona groups new hubs (much lighter than the old ones, axles made of aluminum alloy) are introduced2000 10-speed shifting is introduced2001 Carbon-fiber shifting levers for Record group2002 Former Daytona group is renamed "Centaur"2004 Carbon-fiber cranks for Record and Chorus groups2005 10-speed Centaur and Chorus shift and brake levers are introduced for flat bar road bikes2006 Hollow external bearing crankset is announced Ultra-Torque crankset with Hirth joint2007 10-speed Mirage and Xenon component groups and new Ultra-Torque components are introduced. Record hubs are now black, 20 g lighter and don't have greaseports any more2008 11-speed Record, Super Record, and Chorus groups are introduced2009 Re-introduction of 11-speed Athena component group below Chorus in product line2011 First electric 11-speed Super Record group was used at the Tour de France by Team Movistar2013 80th anniversary groupset made.2014 Super Record RS groupset introduced following input from professional team riders. Road bike equipped with first generation Campagnolo Super Record EPS Fulcrum Wheels, a company owned by Campagnolo, produces wheelsets compatible with Campagnolo and Shimano cassettes. The ErgoBrain cyclocomputer compatible with the Ergo shifters displays cadence, gear, and the normal functions of a cyclocomputer.2015 Athena EPS discontinued and Chorus EPS introduced. Chorus, Record and Super Record groupsets are overhauled with a 4 arm, 8 bolt chainset introduced. Bora 50 and 35 wheels become available in Clincher and adopt a wider rim profile.2018 12-speed Super Record and Record groups are introduced.

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