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Bikes of the Week: A Collection of Campagnolo Equipped No22s

Derek Yarra |

We hope you love titanium because this week, we're back with another round-up of sensational steeds: a quattro formaggi of No22 builds that combine American ingenuity with Italian style. So sit back, order an espresso and enjoy this mouth-watering medley of trans-continental, Campagnolo-themed builds.

no22 round up

A Clean Campagnolo Drifter X

Kicking off the series, we've got a simple yet stunning Drifter X. The flagship gravel platform from No22, it features premium tubing, tight, race ready handling, and a carbon seatmast for extra comfort and performance. While the frame is feature rich, it sports a more low-key matte/polished raw titanium finish. 

no22 drifter x campagnolo

In the quest for ultimate dependability deep in the woods, we went with mechanical shifting. Specifically, Campagnolo's 1x13 Ekar group. Note the extra cable stop on the downtube - our rider wanted to leave the option should he choose to go 2x in the future for a more all-road configuration. 

Wheels are Campoagnolo Shamal Carbon, a smooth wheelset with a bit of extra durability and forgiveness for taking on the rougher terrain. We absolutely love these things! For tires, we mounted up a set of René Herse Hurrican Ridges. We've found the 700x42c size to be an excellent compromise in speed and traction for our local California terrain. 

drifter X

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A Neat and Nimble Great Divide

Next up we've got one for the roadie purists, a lovely Great Divide. 100% titanium, including the matching seat post, with mechanical shifting and a rim brake build. With its oversized front end tubing provide plenty of stiffness and excellent tracking, pairing perfectly with titanium's otherwise signature smooth ride. The frame looks excellent finished off with No22s green anodized graphics. 

no22 great divide

The drivetrain is mechanical Campagnolo Record, quite an appropriate selection for a more traditionalist road build. Our rider wanted to keep things light for scaling big climbs, so she opted for a pair of Enve's shallow section SES 2.2 wheels. Wrapped in tan-wall Vittoria Corsa tires, they really complete the classically classy look.

no22 great divide details

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A Bronze Anodized Drifter

The third build is another one destined for the dirt — a bronze Drifter. The standard Drifter forgoes some of the racier appointments of the Drifter X for greater utility. There's no carbon seatmast, but there are numerous mounting points for accessories and storage, giving it dual purpose for pinning numbers at a gravel grinder one week, and heading into the wilderness for a multi day bike-packing trip the next. Given the dirt-centric nature of the build, it was only fitting to go with the earth-toned bronze anodized finish.

no22 drifter bronze anodized

Here we again see a Campagnolo Ekar drivetrain as well as the Shamal wheels and René Herse tires, which is a real testament to how much we've been loving this complete set up! Also similar to the previous build is the Deda 100 gravel cockpit. Solid, comfortable, and it nicely ties the Italian component spread together.

bronze no22 drifter details

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A Green Anodized Aurora

Last but certainly not least, wrapping up this round up is an all-out road machine. The Aurora is No22's premium performance disc brake road machine. Big, oversized tubing, the integrated carbon seatmast, and all of No22s beautiful finishing details. Completing the look is a blue to green faded anodized finish over the bare titanium.

green ano no22 aurora

We wanted the build to match the performance of the Aurora platform. A one-piece Black Inc bar/stem keeps the weight low, stiffness high, all while providing a sleek modern look. Completing the cockpit is the equally futuristic Fizik Adaptive saddle. The drivetrain is no other than Campagnolo Super Record EPS, elevated even further by titanium CeramicSpeed pulley wheels and the SRM powermeter crank. Finishing it all off are Campagnolo's brand new Bora Ultra WTO wheels, spiced up with some Veloflex tubeless tires. This is one tricked out ride!

no22 aurora super record details

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And there you have it, three absolutely stunning No22 builds, two dirt and two road, all neatly outfitted with Campagnolo components. Of all of these builds, which one would be be most thrilled to take home? Let us know down in the comments, even if your answer is all of them! To learn more about No22's line up of US built titanium rides, head to the collection page here. And for any questions on getting a build going of your own, just reach out!