My dream bike,finally - LOOK 675

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mihai
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by mihai

Frame 54,Dura Ace di2 7900,wheels Sonic Hyper Carbon(1370gr/set),Specialized Romin sadle,Ritchey Alu handlebar.Weight 6,87kg.
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by Weenie


GT56
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by GT56

something else !!! , i like it !

will you be riding it with the saddle positioned like this ? seems a bit much nose-down

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Samuel Sanchez Gonzalez
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by Samuel Sanchez Gonzalez

With the stickers, I thought this was an old Corima bike at first sight!

mihai
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by mihai

the stikers are custom made,to fit the frame

gravity
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by gravity

I like it! Have always secretly love Look bikes!

HillRPete
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by HillRPete

Very wild and different indeed.
If I had to pick something to criticise, it would be the handlebars, though. The frame is all clean lines, so the anatomical bends stand out. But (bars) form needs to follow function/preference, of course.

The saddle angle, well yeah. I ride a similar shape (San Marco Aspide) and find I can nicely relieve the soft tissue by slightly moving back up the slope. Maybe adjusting it a bit forward would allow you to have it level? But just like the bars, obviously, if it's not comfy, it's no good.

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bura
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by bura

Looks very good.
Same thoughts about bar as wassertreter.
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bikericer
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by bikericer

All that awesome and then that seatpost....

Fiery
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by Fiery

That saddle is just wrong. Please find something that will fit you while being in a position that will actually support you.

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SWijland
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by SWijland

Liking this a lot! Would be even better without any stickers on the wheels.

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giant man
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by giant man

nice, very nice

toride
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by toride

+ 1 de-stickered wheels

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Elrey
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by Elrey

Really nice bike :thumbup:
Lose the decals on the wheels :wink:

austke
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Location: Queensland Australia

by austke

Would love to see less slope in the top tube. Especially with the integrated stem. And yep lose the wheel stickers.
Bloody nice bike though. Very clean lines. :)
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mihai
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by mihai

Under the stikers is original logo(red line),made with paint and covered with clearcoat,so........I can't remove it.
Thanks for sugestions

by Weenie


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