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    Look KG 486 SE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mulowe
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    Daym!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Yowsa! Sweet!
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    My new 585

    Here it is with my mate's Boras.
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    Scotland Forever.

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    Thumbs up 585

    Beautifull bike.
    I have got to say I am anxious to get my hands on one of those.
    As you can see I love the 486 but the 585 is likely to put me squarley in the dog house.
    Oh well based on my history its starting to feel like home.
    Ok I have to ask "Scotland Boy" are you in Scotland ?
    Are you riding that beautifull rig over those roads?
    If so we want a full OFF ROAD review of its handling abilitys.
    (no offense to Scotland of course)
    Having visited family again recently I must say you would have to have nerves of steel dealing with some the roads and drivers in the Edinburg region.
    Congratulations on your new ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mulowe
    Beautifull bike.
    Ok I have to ask "Scotland Boy" are you in Scotland ?
    Are you riding that beautifull rig over those roads?
    If so we want a full OFF ROAD review of its handling abilitys.
    (no offense to Scotland of course)
    Having visited family again recently I must say you would have to have nerves of steel dealing with some the roads and drivers in the Edinburg region.
    Congratulations on your new ride.
    No offence taken. I'm actually living in Englandshire at the moment but not for too much longer. I'm missing the motherland!
    The roads around Edinburgh are really bad. I'm from further north near Inverness though and the roads there are pretty good. I've found that the bike is just so smooth over bumps and potholes. It seems to just glide along. Also, with the sloping geometry, the resultant long seat post seems to flex a bit more giving more comfort. I have come from an Alu frame so I suppose any carbon frame copes well with bumps in comparison. On long descents it just handles. I love it. The best bike in the world.
    Scotland Forever.

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    Our team was sponsored by Look in the late 80's, they furnished most guys on the team carbon, but they didn't have anything big enough to fit me with the exception of one of these 753 Hinnault frames. It's a 62, running a Mavic group (Crank, brakes/levers, F/R deraillers, hubs, rims, seatpost, stem, bottom bracket and headset, with DA bar ends, Look pedals, Concor saddle and various 7 and 8 speed Sachs freewheels. I have Huret indexed downtube shifters, maybe it's time to throw those on. Recently rebuilt the wheels, as this was the primary ride before getting a modern 10 speed road bike.

    The frame needs restoration, a project for this winter.

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    Thumbs up

    Here is some pics of my new Look 555(size 55) equiped with Campa Centaur with FSA Gossamer Compact Crank with 50/15 and Mavic Ksyrium Equipe. The weight is about 8kg with my Ksyrium SL i guess Im gonna buy a new handlebar in the end of the summer and maby some chorus components to get the weight down.

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    winning the field sprint on the 196:


    yes, its a fast bike..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bixe
    The 585:

    Campy Record w/ Carbon cranks, Zero Gravity Ti calipers,

    Selcof carbon post and Aliante Carbon Rail saddle,

    Ritchey WCS stem and Deda 215 Shallow bar,

    Speedplay X-1 pedals, Arundel cages,

    Wheels: Hugi 240S hubs, DT RR1.1 hoops and Sapim CX-Ray spokes, 28F/32R,

    The size XL/ 57.5 TT weighs in at just under 15.5 lbs as you see it.


    Bixe: Nice bike! I was thinking of doing essentially the same build. How is the ride with the DT Swiss wheels? How well do the Zero Gravity brakes work?

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    My new Look KX light

    Frame: LOOK KX Light (53cm)
    Fork: HSC5 fork
    Groupset: Dura ace 10sp
    Stem: ITM Millennium carbon (12cm)
    Steering: ITM Millenium (42cm)
    Seatpost: Look Ergopost 2
    Saddle: Selle Italia Flite Titanium
    Pedals: Look PP396 Jalabert
    Wheels Racing : Mavic Ksyrium ES with Michelin Pro race (23mm)
    Training: Mavic Classics SSC with Conti GP (23mm)
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    Here is my KG 196

    Haven't been on the boards all winter. Go figure I live in the NE. Anyway, here is my 196 last summer. Have lost the clip on aeros now otherwise it is ready to go for spring. Fatsest bike I have ever owned. Clocked 62mph last summer (yeah is was downhill but who cares it was still flying). I have seen other 196's in the yellow and silver but never in this aqua green. Would love to know how many of these were made if anyone knows the history.
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    this season I decided to pass on LOOK:


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    Love the Scott as well. I assume too many miles on the 196 plus a little weight savings with the Scott. Do you or have you seen many 196's around? I am looking to pick up another if you are selling.

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    i've since changed to a white slr and ritchey bar and stem.
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    585

    Built this is November. I could not be more happy.

    Medium size frame
    Dura Ace 10
    FSA SLK cranks
    EC-70 stem EC-90 bars
    EC-90 seatpost
    Arione saddle
    Ksyrium SL wheels
    Profile Design cages
    Look Keo pedals
    15.5 Lbs.
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    Just finished building mine today

    2004 KG 461
    57cm Frame with HSC4 fork
    Shimano Ultegra Group with 53/39 x 12-25 Cassette
    32 Spoke Ultegra/Open Pro Wheels
    San Marco Concour Light Saddle
    Ritchey Comp Road Streem Bar
    Ritchey New Pro Seat Post with 25mm offset
    Ritchey 10cm New Pro Road Stem
    Michelin Krylon carbon Tires
    Ultegra SPD SL Pedals
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    New LOOK 585.

    New LOOK 585.
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    Question about some of the newer Looks pictured

    I have a question about some of the newer model Look 486 and 585 models pictured on this thread. On most of these bikes there appears to be a tapered FSA spacer sitting on top of the headtube under what appear to be regular non tapered spacers. Is this tapered FSA unit part of an FSA headset or is it an actual spacer itself, and does this tapered FSA unit come standard with new Look framesets? Thanks and the bikes look great.

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    Part of the headset

    You are looking at the FSA top cap of the headset - it comes with the bike. It is quite tall but I believe that you can get a smaller one from FSA.

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    Zippi, you should be glad you don't live near me. I'd have to come over and liberate that bike from you and park it next to mine. I don't even care for Campy parts, but that thing looks so HAWT!
    Same Saddle, and pedals i use. Same Frame size. What's your address again?
    I'd have to put flat/ergo bars on it though.

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    Just to keep this thread alive...

    This is something I've been riding for about a year and a bit:



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    My new to me LOOK KG271

    I got the frame from fellow RBR'r RCNUTE, muchas gracias mi compadre....anyway I pulled all of the components of my Lemond Alpe that was just too small. I would love to find a lower weight wheelset, but that is about all on the agenda. I am looking forward to a good ride tomorrow to give it a road test.
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    Tyler, you are by far the most interesting single-serving friend I have ever met.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kram59
    5 cm.
    I'd leave it at 5 rather than cutting some off and flipping the stem, I think it looks better the way it is. Look makes such a nice looking bike, I wish I had bought one before now.

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