Now, one thing I think is GREAT about Campagnolo's electronic kit are the TT shifters. Both work on the R2C concept originally introduced by SRAM, and then copied by Campy in their R2Z shifters. I think it makes perfect sense for electronic: a small tilt up shifts one way, a small tilt down shifts the other way. It's a really nice feel from an ergonomic perspective. But in a perplexing choice, Campy made the Record shifters really short, as seen here, and the Athena ones are longer. Maybe it was just to make sure Athena weighed more?
Our second day on the Interbike showroom floor was another great harvest of gear photos and new info. Today we looked at a variety of things, from Campagnolo EPS all the way down to a simple BTA bottle from Profile Design. There's plenty of great stuff in the gallery - have a look, and check back in tomorrow for our final gallery.