Jonas, bc brand manager:
"Up to now I was a clear advocate of 1x drivetrains on Gravel bike´s, but with the 2x12 Campagnolo Chorus I experienced a new spectrum again. Of course, the approach that Campy pursues with the Chorus - only occasionally on the forest paths or on the trail - clearly comes from Road. That's why the fine gear jumps are a real pleasure, especially on passages that aren't very demanding from a technical point of view: typical for Campy, you get direct and immediate feedback as soon as you trigger the gear change. If, on the other hand, it gets more technical, I personally still prefer to have only one option to change the gears. But you get used to that, too.
However, the Chorus with 32-34 even offers a ratio, which provides a nice small gear on steep gravel ascents, with which you can still bring the power to the ground.
It is clear Campy developed the brakes together with Magura. They just work. I find it very pleasant that the brake lever, as always with Campagnolo, is rigid at the side and therefore conveys a feeling of safety. Japanese levers are sometimes a bit too flexible for me and don't give me so much confidence while braking in technical terrain."