Look 586 SL

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Rich.H
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by Rich.H

I built up this frameset a few weeks ago after picking it up for a good price along with a new Campag groupset. My son will be the primary user but I will get to use it from time to time when I fancy a change from my normal ride. This does mean our Look 595 / Dura Ace bike will probably need to be moved on but there you go.

I enjoy taking inspiration from others builds so here you go;

Look 586 SL med (2011)
Campag Super Record groupset
Deda Zero 100 bar / 3T Team stem
Fizik Antares saddle
Mavic Kysrium SLR wheelset
15.1 lbs as pictured below

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Although the Lightweights will not be used on this bike, I couldn't resist :oops: 13.9 lbs as below

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Cheers

Rich

Monkeyboy3333
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by Monkeyboy3333

wowzas, those lws look the business- no pun intended

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theletterk
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by theletterk

nice!

makes me really want to go out and get the 586.....again

i had the 586 last year...then changed it to 695 a few weeks ago.

the 586 just feels more nimble when i climb. (i lost quite a bit of weight and now the 695 feels a little too strong for me. i am 60kg now)

Enjoy the 586 SL.....

and just some trivia news - Most of the Cofidis team opted for the 586 SL for Paris-Roubaix.... :thumbup:

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thencameyou
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by thencameyou

oh yes.
586sl + LW's = win. proportions are so right with moderately deep rims. I would change my one to Campy in a heartbeat except:
1) my LW's are 1st gen with Dura-ace hubs
2) I can't justify the Campy SRM.

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cerro
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by cerro

How is the 586 SL compared to the 595?
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Greenduck
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by Greenduck

I actually prefer the Mavic wheelset for this build. Looks great. I'd switch to a white stem, maybe the Deda Zero 100.
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sawyer
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by sawyer

Very nicely done. One of the nicer Looks on the forum.

Suggestions - agree with greenduck on white stem. White spacers and hoods would also work well on this.
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Stiff, Light, Aero - Pick Three!! :thumbup:

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Tinea Pedis
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by Tinea Pedis

Why would you not run the LW's in it?

That said, looks fantastic with the Mavic's in. Great build, excellent weights. Well done.

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