2014 Triathlete Buyer’s Guide: Components

By Aaron Hersh • Published
Photo: John David Becker

The 2014 Triathlete Buyer’s Guide magazine is out on newsstands now (and check out the digital version), and we’re giving you a sneak peek right here. Check out the components from the guide here and check back to Triathlete.com for more Buyer’s Guide content.

Campagnolo Chorus 11

$2,245, Campagnolo.com
The draw: Exclusivity

The history behind Campagnolo is deeper than Shimano and SRAM combined. Producing bike components for 81 years has created a mystique around the brand and a loyal following of cyclists is committed to this niche company. Shift action of the group feels uniquely solid and snappy. Front shifts occasionally take more coaxing with this kit, however. Membership in the Campagnolo family comes at a cost: upfront price and maintenance expense of this kit is higher than competing groups.