Deb replaced an overly stiff and well worn road bike with this custom made Titanium bike, complete with some of her favorite colors in the painted finish, and a Campagnolo Super Record EPS electronic shifting group with low gears by way of the Chorus 48/32 crankset and wide range cassette. Bar, stem, seatpost and fork from Enve Composites. Headset and hubs by Chris King Precision Components in Portland, Oregon, and some custom wheels from Jones with his carbon rims. She can now run higher volume tires (up to 32mm) and has the excellent modulation and secure braking of the excellent Campagnolo disc brakes. I don’t get as many requests for Campagnolo equipment, but it was great to get the chance to work with them again. I actually just replace my own drivetrain and brakes with Campagnolo parts and have been enjoying it a lot. I hope Deb has many, many enjoyable miles on her new bike. It was a pleasure to build it for her.