It was hardly a secret that Campagnolo would upgrade its Super Record EPS electronic groupset to 12-speed; the company even told us that outright a few months ago, and sponsored riders have already been using it since the start of the season. But now it’s finally here, and we have all the details. Just like with previous EPS groupsets, many of the components are carried over from the mechanical version. But Campagnolo has overhauled nearly every EPS-specific part to create what feels like a pretty major step forward. Updates to the new Ergopower levers are subtle, including a new texture on the Vari-Cushion rubber hoods and a new unidirectional finish on the carbon fibre brake lever blades. The double curve of the brake levers is carried over as well, and falls nicely into the hand with long blades that are easy to grasp with one or two fingers. It’s a fine design and something that I feel is a strong point within the groupset. Inside – as you’d expect – the electronic and braking bits are the same as before. Campagnolo once again uses the dropped thumb lever from the previous generation of Ergopower for easier access from the drops, but now the paddle behind the brake lever is ...