“Tullio Campagnolo started Campagnolo, S.p.a in early 1933 by moving out of the back room of his father’s hardware store to his own shop. Soon to follow was Campagnolo’s first derailleur which was introduced in August of 1933”           Campagnolo Record News, Vol.1, summer 1982

Updated 10.11.2017        Click on images to see a larger view.

VeloRetro's Timeline               Mr. Hiroshi Ichikawa's Hi Campy web site

  Tullio Campagnolo:
Aug 26, 1901 - Feb 1, 1983 


Tullio Campagnolo with
  Cambio shifters




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Catalog #14
approx 1960

Catalog #16
approx 1968

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Brake sets
Updated 1.19.2014
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Crank sets
Updated  9.26.2001
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Derailleur
systems

Updated 10.11.2017

Head sets
1.21.2014
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Hub sets
Updated 11.26.2008
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Frame building components

Updated 10.8.2017

Pedals

2.21.2010

Seat posts

Updated 3.18.2010
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Tools
& misc.

Updated 1.19.2013

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