Brake well to avoid breaking your skeleton.
For 2015, almost every piece of the new Super Record groupset has seen a serious redesign. The Super Record 11 Skeleton Dual Pivot Brakes are one piece that didn't, as Campy decided to stick to the old adage: If it ain't brake, don't fix it. Like the previous model, this brakeset has both front and rear dual-pivot calipers. Those who were deterred from Campagnolo because of the single-pivot rear can now sally forth into Mundo Campagnolo and get that Campagnolo aegis tattoo they've long dreamed about.
The Super Record brakes in 2015 retain the updated brake shoes, brake pads, and graphics of their predecessors. They also hang on to the safety tab that hangs on to your blocks, keeping them from accidentally falling out. The tab is in the back half of the shoe and is released with a little leverage from a small, common screwdriver. Those brake pads are designed to be a more complete all-weather compound that wears less on the rim.
The forged skeleton design was and remains focused on stopping power, ease of use, and lightness. Its strength is due to the fact that nothing on this brake is machined. The ball-bearing pivots and snappy spring give them a nice feel from the lever, and the lightness is a result of the skeleton design as well as a full complement of titanium bolts, nuts, and hardware.
The Campagnolo Super Record 11 Skeleton Dual Pivot Brakes have a reach of 40-50mm.