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November 17, 2005


John Satory

This is true. They're supposed to have an Ultegra and a Dura Ace level groups out sometime in 2007. I think that overall, Campy stands to lose the most if the stuff works.


i have heard that SRAM's road group is going to be competition level!
if it's anything like the SWEET X.O stuff, it should be right up there.
i don't think that the europeans will be taking to SRAM anytime soon for road components, but there should be some "non-traditional" US roadies that will love to put some SRAM on their road bike!

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