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Campagnolo Or Sram Exocet 2 For The Win?

Campagnolo Chorus VS SRAM Force

The Exocet is the TT/Tri bike that broke the mould, offering amazing performance and value for money ever since it was first introduced. It has been refined, revised and improved over the years and the current Exocet 2 is the cream of the crop when it comes to performance, comfort and helping you to smash your PB's and the competition. We've recently introduced two new models bristling with sharp specification and we're going to give you the full run down on each bike.


Because we've had so much demand for a Campag equipped TT bike since we reintroduced Campag to our road bike line-up last season we've been working hard to put together a truly competitive package that showcases the finest componentry that the Italian groupset and wheel manufacturer has to offer.

From tip to tail the new Exocet 2 Chorus is dripping with top-spec componentry and innovative design features that will help you shed seconds. Steering duties are taken care of by our own NACA shaped carbon fibre, winged handlebar, clamped with a lightweight Selcof stem we're holding the Italian theme in groupset and finishing kit. Shifting duties are handled by Campagnolo's Chorus bar end shifters while braking control comes from our own lightweight and narrow PX carbon/Alloy aero brake levers. Campag Chorus Skeleton brake calipers are responsible for pulling you up to a stop, they provide effortless stopping in combination with our fast running, 60mm deep aero section, carbon clinchers.

Drivetrain duties are handled by Campag's carbon fibre Chorus derailleurs and their amazing carbon fibre faired, Bullet Ultra Torque chainset is responsible for turning your pedal power into unstoppable forward momentum. In a world of marginal gain this fully faired chainset helps you to slice through the air and recapture those watts that would be wasted with any other chainset.


The Campagnolo Chorus 11 speed Exocet 2 is a serious speed machine that will help you power to improved results. Get ready to race.



SRAM is an American company that does an awful lot of its development work in Europe, their German R&D dept is responsible for a lot of their road componentry and some of the most creative thinking to be applied to groupsets in the past few years. We love SRAM at Planet X, we make no bones about it, the combination of low weight, exceptional durability and high value for money in every one of their groupsets makes them a very difficult company not to love.


Force 22 sits one step from the top of the SRAM groupset hierarchy and it's known and loved for delivering fast, light action gear shifts that help riders to keep the power down all through every race. When dependability counts SRAM score highly as their attention to detail shows through in every component they make.


Like its Campag counterpart the Force 22 Exocet 2 is steered by our own NACA shaped carbon fibre, winged handlebar paired up with our own gloss polished ultralight stem. Shifting duties are handled by the SRAM 900 aero bar end shifters and braking provided by our carbon/alloy aero levers and amazing lightweight CNC brake calipers. Drivetrain duties are handled by the Force 22 carbon fibre chainset, fronted by SRAM's YAW front mech and pin point precise rear derailleur. Shifting doesn't come any easier or faster than SRAM's best effort.


Tucked away behind the Exocet's drag cheating seat tube you'll find our 60mm deep, aero section carbon clincher wheel. It cuts through the air with minimum drag and like the rest of Exocet Force 22 TT/Tri bike it's designed to help you smash your PB's.


Whichever Exocet you choose SRAM or Campagnolo equipped you're onto a winner, literally! Take the plunge today and watch the seconds fall of your PB's.

20 April 2015

TT / Triathlon Bikes

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