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2015 Look 675 Ultegra Bike <p>The Look 675 Ultegra bike is the price-savvier brother to the 675. It is still the Paris-Roubaix-ready, endurance-riding themed bike it always is, with the same geometry, same ride, with more economical parts and a simpler, more cost-conscious lay-up.<br> <br> The 675 and 675 Light come out of the same molds. The difference is this version uses less-expensive materials, so Look needed to put more material in to get to the same ride. They also went for a less-expensive aluminum sleeve in the BB86 bottom bracket and aluminum fork tips. All this means an increase of 160g, which is less than most of us could afford to lose off our midsection. They also substituted a Deda seat post. And you get a bundle left in your wallet.<br> <br> The ride is race in the front, comfort in the rear. With the integrated, flush A-stem working in tandem with the tapered steerer to keep the bike directed and in straight line up front. No energy is wasted and you can really put the bike exactly where you want it to go.<br> <br> The A-stem sits flush with the top tube, which, in itself, increases steering precision and out-of-saddle stiffness as well as aerodynamics. The stem is also adjustable with 30-degrees of angle adjustment, from –15 to +15, just by flipping the stem. There is also room to add 5mm of stack under the stem, or remove 5mm of stack if you want to get really low. Stems are sized to the bike, but can be changed.<br> <br> The stays are shaped to offer a balance between ride comfort and drive train stiffness They call it DCSC 2, but what it means is that the shapes rise, flatten, and narrow from the main triangle to the dropouts, to soften the ride while still delivering drive train efficiency. There is 25% greater vertical give than lateral. Here, you get comfort that rivals steel bikes, but with the weight and rigidity of carbon.<br> <br> Shimano Ultegra 6800 is the everything group. It's light, high-performing, long-lasting, good-looking, and does it all at a nice price. The functionality is such that you can barely tell the difference between it and Dura-Ace, with revised derailleur and brake geometries that result in fairly light, short touches being enough to shift the gears and stop the bike. Seeing this as an endurance bike, they equipped the 675 with a 11-28 eleven-speed cassette and 50/34 compact crank.<br> <br> The bike rolls on Mavic Aksium wheels.  These are the beneficiaries of years of Mavic trickling down technology from their top-end Ksyrium line.  These wheels are generally treated as training wheels, but thanks to a low spoke count, super-smooth bearings, a machined brake track, they perform way above their class. The wheels are dressed in Continental Ultra Sport II tires that makes up in durability what it lacks in flash.  </p> <p>The bars are from FSA and are the aluminum counterparts to their carbon compact shape.  Likewise, the seat post is FSA's aluminum Gossamer model.  As the name suggests, it's as light as FSA can draw aluminum.  It's topped with a Fizik Ardea</p> <p>The Look 675 Ultegra bike is top-drawer endurance performance with flair, all while maintaining an eye for limiting costs.</p>
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