Designed for gran fondo or sportive riders but with a decidedly racy look, the new Look 675 frameset features an integrated stem that adjusts between -15 and +15.
Although the frameset can accommodate a single 1cm spacer, the bike is designed to be used without needing to adjust the stem height to adjust the handlebar height.
Quick similar to Orbea Ordu that was just launched this past weekend in Colorado, the 675 comes with pivoting stems in lengths between 90 and 130mm.
Beyond the striking cockpit, the bike is designed to be comfortable yet nimble, says sales manager Pascal Navarro.
“The goal is to have a lot of comfort thanks to the flexible rear triangle, but with super-precise handling,” Navarro said. “This bike is like a blade.”
Look brought a fleet of 675 bikes to the Eurobike Demo Day on Tuesday, and every one was constantly test ridden throughout the day.
As for parts spec and pricing, Navarro says the sky is the limit. “We have a tremendous amount of options with wheels and components, so the bikes will range from $3,000 to… whatever the customers would like.”
The integrated stem provides a svelte look: the integrated stem provides a svelte look Ben Delaney/BikeRadar