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Campagnolo Ekar Cassette 13-speed

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Description of Campagnolo Ekar Cassette 13-speed


Born on Mt. Ekar - The Campagnolo 1x13-speed Gravel drivetrain

Just as Campagnolo’s ground-breaking first quick release lever can trace its origins to the Passo Croce D’Aune climb, the innovative gravel-focused Ekar groupset was born on another summit local to today's Campagnolo headquarters: the Ekar.

With its asphalt giving way to tracks and trails, climbs and descents the Ekar epitomises the special challenges of Italian Gravel riding. The Ekar components deliver a 1x13-speed transmission the way it should be: wide range, close ratio and no compromise.


Campagnolo Ekar cassette

Campagnolo’s considerations behind the gearing ratios and cadence-managing shifts is fundamental to the design of Ekar’s gravel-specific cassettes. And their tough, durable yet efficient build matches the clever maths perfectly to life on the Gravel trails of Italy’s Mt. Ekar, and wherever in the world your adventures will take you.

13 sprockets make the logic of the 1-speed system possible. And what makes it work so perfectly for all-road riding, is the introduction of a 9-tooth cog. It means the wide range of gear ratios is not just possible, but that all the natural, progressive cadence-matching shifts create a uniquely satisfying ride.

With the lightweight and versatile N3W freehub and a 2-block design to combine steel strength and aluminium weight-saving, the Ekar cassettes come with three gearing options: 9-36, 9-42 and 10-44 teeth. Ready for every specialism of Gravel riding and every kind of rider!


Highlights of the Campagnolo Ekar cassette

  • 13-speed drivetrain - full range to match or exceed any 2-speed systems, with no wastage
  • 9-tooth sprocket - allows full range with zero drop in efficiency
  • compact - narrow design with quick changes, lightweight, improved chain security
  • durable - tough materials and design, with no weight penalty
  • closer low gear spacing - creating natural cadence progression
  • wider higher gear spacing - creating top-end speed options
  • 2-piece block - blends strength of steel with light weight of aluminium
  • works with the N3W driver body - for great versatility and full compatibility
  • three range options available - for every Gravel specialism:
    9-36 teeth: 9-10-11-12-13-14-16-18-20-23-27-31-36 (Endurance)
    9-42 teeth: 9-10-11-12-13-14-16-18-21-25-30-36-42 (Gravel Race)
    10-44 teeth: 10-11-12-13-14-15-17-19-22-26-32-39-44 (Gravel Adventure)
  • weight (manufacturer's specs):
    approx. 340 grams (Endurance, 9-36 teeth)
    approx. 390 grams (Gravel Race, 9-42 teeth)
    approx. 410 grams (Gravel Adventure, 10-44 teeth)
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Product Name: Campagnolo Ekar Cassette 13-speed
Manufacturer: Campagnolo
Item Code: CAM494871
activity: Bike
material: Aluminium, Steel
usage bikesport: Road Bike, Cyclocross, Gravel, Allroad / Gravel Road
shifting system: 13-speed
freewheel body: N3W Campagnolo
Model year: 2021
manufacturer item code: CS21-EK1396 (Endurance)
CS21-EK1392 (Gravel Race)
CS21-EK1304 (Gravel Adventure)
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Still 10+ in stock in stock, delivery time 10-14 days Ratio 9-36 Teeth (Endurance)
Still 10+ in stock in stock, delivery time 10-14 days Ratio 9-42 Teeth (Gravel Race)
Still 10+ in stock in stock, delivery time 10-14 days Ratio 10-44 Teeth (Gravel Adventure)
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Anonymous Mar. 27th 2021

Nicht ausgereift!
Bei der Montage stoßen die Schrauben des Rotors an die Speichen, obwohl die Nabe den neuen N3W Standard entspricht. Ich konnte es nur lösen indem ich die Schraubenköpfe 1mm abgeschliffen habe.
Des Weiteren wird die Kassette für den Hauptteil (ritzel 1-9) nur ganz innen am Rotor auf dem Freilauf gehalten(ca. 4mm Steg). Der Rest sitzt ohne Rastung auf der Nabe. Fährt man auf dem 8/9 Ritzel mit viel Last entstehen scheinbar Verschränkung, die permanente Geräusche verursachen.

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