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The first thing that strikes me about your question is the fact that the Ultegra disc brake is hydraulic as there is no road mechanical disc brake caliper at the Ultegra level. As such, one cannot mix brands of hydraulic brake levers and hydraulic calipers. Although both Shimano and Campy use mineral oil, the specs of the hose and it's fittings differ ...


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Derailleurs: No. Shimano and Campagnolo derailleurs have different actuation ratios, and while there are adapters for many other combinations, Shimano to Campagnolo 11-speed isn't manufactured. The cassettes are so close that you can use cassette from one 11-speed system with the other, so there's less need to mix derailleur brands. Mechanical brakes: Yes, ...


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My only important recommendation here is that if you get a carbon fork, ensure you get a full carbon fork. The bonded carbon forks with alloy steerers have been known to separate over time. People have died from this (Trek bike). Hydraulic brakes are the best, and not something you can replace easily later. But I've got friends with mechanical discs that ...


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A couple of things I would advice one. Firstly, from my understanding hybrid bikes tend to be very upright and commonly front suspension. Have you looked at any touring bikes? Hydrauclic brakes: Yes, they are usually better than mechanical ones. Although there are some very good mechanical ones too, look at TRP's Spyre or Hy-Rd for example. Hyraulic ...


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