Campagnolo BR-02CH Chorus Monoplanner Brakes
Used: Pair - Front and Rear, Mounting Bolt is Bent on Front, Cone Cap Nuts are rusty, adjusters are missing, need some tlc.
In the early-mid 1980’s, Campagnolo was exploring radical brake ideas. The single pivot brake was simply getting stale, and not powerful enough. Their first rendition were the Delta brakes, which were gorgeous but too complicated and heavy to be a reliable design. The monoplaner’s were their second attempt, and they hit the nail on the head. These brakes perform nearly as good as modern dual-pivot brakes, are lightweight, and have a beautiful and exotic look. They are rather rare, especially in NOS condition!
|Name:||Campagnolo BR-02CH, Chorus Monoplaner|
|Model:||C500 / BR-02CH|
|Years:||Late 1980’s – Early 1990’s|
|Design Category||Single Pivot||Cable Adjuster|
|Quick Release||No||Attachment Bolt Type||Recessed Allen Key|
|Cable Attachment Bolt||Wrench||Front of Arm Markings||Campagnolo shield logo|
|Back of Arm Markings||Reach Category||Standard Reach|
|Min Reach||40mm||Max Reach||51mm|
|Originally spec’ed as the C500 brake set, in 1991 the catalog has them marked at the BR-02CH to go with Campagnolo’s new naming convention of the early 90’s.|