Campagnolo Super Record EPS, the feather in the cap of Campagnolo® innovation thanks to the technologies, materials and expertise behind the design of this groupset, consolidates its benchmark role by moving up to a 12-speed. Leading the way for 8, 9, 10, and 11 speeds and, more recently, 12 speeds, Campagnolo has always been a pioneer in innovation for racing bike transmission. The recently introduced Super Record and Record mechanical drivetrains marked not only a new era in the technology of the mechanical groupset, but also made the way for what was to become the electronic version of the Super Record 12-speed groupset. EPS technology was tested on the field by cyclists and before its launch on the market, it was subjected to the usual testing by the Campy Tech Lab in the most demanding lab in the world: the World Tour. Thanks to the critical feedback and subsequent approval from the Movistar, Lotto Soudal, UAE and Cofidis riders, Campagnolo released the new performance benchmark in electronic drivetrains. This very popular groupset, winner of the Giro d’Italia, the Vuelta, the World Championships and many other races on the World Tour circuit, is now available in a 12-speed option with its V4 version in Power Unit electronic components and interface. The groupset has been redesigned to adapt perfectly to the new 12-speed technological frontier and to the 11-29 and 11-32 cassette combinations introduced in the mechanical version. Fast shifting, always precise and effortless for the cyclist, and a very gradual gear ratio are just some of the extraordinary characteristics of the new EPS groupset, available both with Dual Pivot Super Record and with Campagnolo Direct Mount brakes. Available new options now also include an internal version in addition to the usual externally mounted interface, guaranteeing maximum integration on handlebars and frames designed for this application.