Pro bike: Anthony Delaplace's Tour de France Look 796
Former French junior national champ Anthony Delaplace first raced the Tour back in 2011, but the 25-year-old is still on his way up.
After riding for the Swiss brand Kemo last year, Bretagne-Séché is racing the storied French brand Look at the 2015 Tour de France. Look launched this 796 time trial bike at the Tour.
The visually striking design incorporates some of the aero styling from Look’s 795 Aerolight road frame, such as front brake hidden inside the fork.
Look tucked the Di2 junction box in the top tube, covering it with a 3D-printed piece.
The di2 junction box is stored underneath this 3d printed cap. we assume this will become a molded piece for production: the di2 junction box is stored underneath this 3d printed cap. we assume this will become a molded piece for production
We expect this 3D-printed piece will be replaced by a molded cap for production versions of the 796
At 8.61 kg / 18.98lb, Delaplace’s TT rig isn’t light.