May have taken years to get to market but we're seeing the campagnolo EPS electronic shifting technology being applied to time trial shifters.
Case in point, stage 4 of the Giro d'Italia, a 33km team time trial starting and finishing in Verona. A couple - namely Lotto-Belisol and Movistar - were sporting Campagnolo EPS shifting on a few of their bikes, with fully functional return-to-centre shifters on the extensions and satellite shifters on the cowhorns, although many teams were riding with Dura-Ace Di2 electronic shifting,
The second piece of new kit we came across was the Vision Metron time trial groupset on Gustav Erik Larsson's Vacansoleil Bianchi. It looked interesting but alas, it wasn't ridden during the stage as there just wasn't the time to set it up properly. Hopefully we'll see it working in future races.That's shifters, levers, derailleurs and cranks all under the Vision Metron brand.