The new Look 675 is their take on a performance endurance bike.
Seat and chainstays are flattened to soak up the chatter, but look stout enough to keep the bike laterally rigid. In fact, they say it’s about as stiff as their top of the line 695 race bike at the bottom bracket.
More photos, details and actual weight below…
It has a PFBB86 and cables run out if the downtube just in front of it. There’s also battery mount and wire ports on the frame, so you can run either type of drivetrain.
Up front, it has a completely integrated front end without giving up the ability to run a different stem if you really wanted to give up the aesthetic. On the side of the headtube are two small adjustment points that affect a spanner at the upper headset cup. This adjusts the headset, so the stem is freed from that duty. This means you don’t need spacers, and can use the various stems available to adjust cockpit height.
The front of the A-stem uses spacers to set length and several options are available for a range of 80mm to 120mm with 0°, 5°, 10° and 15° rise in all lengths.
Actual weight for a size large bike with Look pedals and a carbon water bottle cage is 17lb 5oz.