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    Spooky, can you describe the ride differences between the 585 and 695?

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    My 2011 566. Cofidis paint scheme. Size Large (I am 6'). Original Rival shifters/FD replaced current year pieces under warranty. Wheels are handbuilt Kinlin 279's 24/28, Novatec hubs. Control Tech Estro stem (low 38mm stack height, -5 degrees 110 length). Richtey wet red seat post. Prologo Nago Evo 141 team replica seat (takeoff from Focus Cayo CX) . I get a lot of compliments on this bike! I enjoy riding it but now that we had a few seasons together, I learned what I like about it and what qualities I want in my second bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maximum7 View Post
    Spooky, can you describe the ride differences between the 585 and 695?
    I had to think about this a bit. It is hard to come up with a good comparison, but remember when you first went from a steel bike to an aluminum bike with big oversized thin aluminum tubes? That is the best comparison I could come up with. Not sure if this is due to the Zed crank which is amazing, but it is rock solid in the bottom bracket. The 585 was a very comfortable bike, but this truly does feel like a generation of improvements.
    Cyclists really need to learn a little Rule #5.

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    Hi all, picked up my bike this evening. Been fiending after a 675 ever since I first saw one on the magazines, then when I saw the pro team colour...well I had to have one. I got all confused when I test rode a 695 )or 2) at the TDU in Adelaide, which was very, very awesome. But as awesome as it was, i still really wanted a 675 as it looks super and well... there is a hefty price difference and heck, I don't deserve this let alone a 695 ;). But pretty stoked. Now for the riding...

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    Awesome ride Mik_git
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    Quote Originally Posted by mik_git View Post
    Hi all, picked up my bike this evening. Been fiending after a 675 ever since I first saw one on the magazines, then when I saw the pro team colour...well I had to have one. I got all confused when I test rode a 695 )or 2) at the TDU in Adelaide, which was very, very awesome. But as awesome as it was, i still really wanted a 675 as it looks super and well... there is a hefty price difference and heck, I don't deserve this let alone a 695 ;). But pretty stoked. Now for the riding...



    Great bike! I've been lusting after it since right about after getting my five six six. Both bikes are compliment magnets for sure.
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    Super cool!! Mik.
    Thanks for showing it off.

    Please fill us in on how it rides. The reviews are so mixed.

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    Woa! It sure is stiff, makes my R3 feel like a wet noodle. Bit of a different position, much more head down...but then I was still running all the spacers on the R3, certainly is direct in the front end. Only meant to go out and do some laps of the local University campus to set things up, but ended doign some hills (well I call them hills, you guys probably call them "flat") and it was all good... got to figure out the buttons for shifting, love the way Di2 works, just not natural at it yet... still better than double tap though.
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    His : Look 695 Canadian flag. DA7970 Di2, Ultegra 6800 brakes, Reynolds Assault
    Hers : Giant Envie. Ultegra 6870 Di2, Reynolds Attack

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    Hey Maximum 7 rode a 675 light last Sunday and the rode is so similar to a 585 it's amazing
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    Thanks twiggy.

    Some of the reviews say it's "slow feeling". As in the wheel-base might be longer on it. Kinda like the 566.
    I've also heard a lot of "stiff and connected to the road", but is it harsh riding?

    Also, have you ridden a 695 and can compare?

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    Hey Maximum 7 I have ridden a 675 695 and 795 I have a short review of the 795 on The Look Bike Club page on facebook. As for the 695 it's an awesome bike fast stiff but nimble and comfortable as for the 675 it's very much like a 585. It's not as fast as the others but it is stiff and has the Look handling that gives you that confidence that we all know and love about Look bikes. it is also extremely comfortable and you could ride it all day and it would not beat you up at all !!
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    90 kg 56

    Mine is a KG56:

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    Wow that's a big frame and an awesome ride !!! :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by twiggy73 View Post
    Wow that's a big frame and an awesome ride !!! :-)
    Thanks! 64cm.... 20.75 lbs. w/o pedals. Built it up from the frame. I presently have it on sale on CL, but if it doesn't sell, i guess I won't be too disappointed.

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    More pictures...because well... this thread needs more pictures...

    At the Batman bridge...


    and looking over the Western Teirs of Tasmania (one day I'll ride up there...not today though)

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    LOOK 695 25th Aniversary Edt. Frame number 145 of 695 made.






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    Hi guys,

    I need advice my friend selling me look 586 origin 2009 with dura ace 7900, profile design 80mm wheelset, titanium look leo blade 2 pro team pedals,3ttt handle bar vintage road racing, and specialized s works toupee saddle carbon slightly used for $2,800. What do u guys think? thanks

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    look586.jpgUOTE=marco20marco;5037724]Hi guys,

    I need advice my friend selling me look 586 origin 2009 with dura ace 7900, profile design 80mm wheelset, titanium look leo blade 2 pro team pedals,3ttt handle bar vintage road racing, and specialized s works toupee saddle carbon slightly used for $2,800. What do u guys think? thanks[/QUOTE]

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    Iíll add my 2010 585 to this pic thread.
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