PRESS RELEASE: ?After two years, the 11-speed revolution has evolved always maintaining the same objective: achieving ever better performances.The team of professional racers and enthusiasts who over the last two years have been riding 11-speed groupsets, and the great work carried out by Campy Tech Labâ„¢ engineers has enabled us, to raise the bar and reach another goal: Improving products that already represent a benchmark on the market.Revolution11 is the result of technical refinements that have led the 11-speed drivetrains to obtain shifting performances like never before and lose weight, thanks to special materials and innovative technical solutions.Campagnolo wants to be even closer to enthusiasts and to the Campagnolo Proshop network. Aware of the fact that the only way to appreciate the quality and authenticity of Campagnoloâ€™s products is to try them in store, Campagnolo has decided to launch the Revolution 11 Test Tour.The US Revolution 11 Test Tour had his first stage on October 9th in Encinitas, California: it will be a series of road shows held in Campagnoloâ€™s best Pro-shops. By going to their nearest participating Pro-shop, enthusiasts will find bicycles fitted with Campagnoloâ€™s brand new groupsets and will be able to test theiroutstanding performance themselves. Those participating in the test will receive a free Revolution11 T-shirt.Click here for dates and locations.
The Super Falcons will take on the U-16 boys team of ASEC Mimosas in a tune-up match on Friday in Abidjan the capital city of Ivory Coast ahead of the 2018 African Women Cup of Nations.The Falcons are on the last phase of their training camp at the ASEC Mimosas FC academy, Sol Beni, and head coach Thomas Dennerby had earmarked a couple of friendlies to help the team perfect tactics and strategy as they prepare to successfully defend their trophy.It would be the second preparatory match for the Falcons after they played and lost 3-2 to another U-16 boys team Dominion Hotspur at the Atlantic Hall pitch, Epe Lagos.Dennerby had told busybuddiesng.com that playing against boys was good for the Falcons because “they are faster” even as their 2018 AWCON Group B opponents have been playing more established opponents.South Africa who recently announced their final squad for the tournament will play the Black Queens of Ghana in a friendly on 11 November while Zambia have also faced the Ghanaians in a friendly match last week. The make-up of Group B has been altered following the decision of CAF to readmit two-time continental champions Equatorial Guinea to the tournament in place of Kenya.The Falcons will depart for Ghana on 14 November – four days before their Group B opening encounter against Bayana Bayana of South Africa at the 15,000 capacity Cape Coast stadium. They will also tackle the Shepolopolo of Zambia and Equatorial Guinea in the group stages as they bid to win a record-extending ninth championship at the 11th AWCON.Related