Ambrosio Cassette Shimano Fit For Campagnolo 10 Speed


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Average connection time 25 secs

Average connection time 25 secs

A novel answer to an often encountered problem. These cassettes have the spline of a Shimano cassette but with the spacing between the cogs of a Campagnolo cassette. This allows you to buy or run a set of wheels with a Shimano freehub yet still use your Campagnolo drivetrain.

Key Features:

  • Various ratios available, please select above.
  • Nickel plated cogs (all individual).
  • Weight: 335g (Manufacturer claimed for the 11/23).
  • Chrome lockring included.

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Customer Reviews

Overall Rating : 4.5 / 5 (12 Reviews)
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Ambrosio Cassette Shimano Fit For Campagnolo 10 Speed

This is my third Ambrosio conversion cassette. They just work. No shims needed, just put it on and go.


I am so satisfied with the cassette and it solved a huge problem that I had with my shimano hubbed HED rear weel. This is a great solution.

Ambrosio Campy for Shimano Spline

Ambrosio works well for Campagnolo groupset married with Shimano Wheelhub spline. Though all cogs fit really well on the Shimano spline, the biggest cog seems a bit loose, so it wiggles a bit. This does not affect the shifting performance at all, but aesthetically it disturbs me.

great solution

What a great solution to the shimano hub but campag gearing saved heaps of money!

Ambrosio Cassette

Smooth shifting. Works perfectly with my Campy 10 speed shifters. No problem with fit on Shimano hub.

Shifts well

I have the 11-25 on my Easton Circuits with Campy Chorus. Shifts very well. I didn't expect this cassette to work so well...very pleasantly surprised. I'll no longer be looking only for Campy compatible wheels, as long as this cassette is available.

Diamond in the rough!

It took me a couple rides to dial/index the shifting, but it works flawlessly now. For the price, this is a great value. In the States, the next closest Shimano/Campy spacing cassette is $165 from Wheels Manufacturing. You can also try a Jtek shiftmate, but this cassette is the best option in my opinion. I would definitely recommend this cassette to anyone who wants to keep using their Shimano freehub body. I purchased the 11-23 and will probably pickup a 12-25 or 11-27 down the road...Great product.

Great cassette for the price

11-25 conversion cassettes are very hard to find, and these are durable, lighter than spec'd (they weigh the same as my Centaur cassettes), and very reasonably priced. I liked the cassette so much I ordered a spare right away!

Lighter than Expected

The 11-25 weighs under 300 grams (about the same as Centaur) and the quality seems equal or better than the American Classic cassettes. So far the shifting is perfect. For the quality these are a steal!

Lighter than Expected

The 11-25 weighs under 300 grams, and is comparable to Centaur, maybe even better because my Centaur cassettes rust. Larger cassette sprockets are drilled which isn't shown in the pictures, which is probably why they're lighter than advertised.