Caley Fretz scopes out Look's new endurance frame and finds it brilliant
Look and Polar launch KeO Power meter, for real this time
Lennard Zinn asks around about how to keep your shoe soles from getting trashed by pedals.
VeloNews Editor in Chief Ben Delaney gets the scoop on ANT+ technology and the latest products using it for wireless communication.
It’s mostly the same as last year’s 586, but instead of the integrated seatmast and E-Post cap, it’s got a removable seat post.
Tech Gallery: The Look 695 Pack builds up as a 14-pound machine with the right parts
Look shows a pedal-based power meter built around its Keo platform and designed to communicate with Polar cycling computers.
It was five years in development, but Cofidis' Look 695 was worth the wait.
Lennard rode the Look Cyclosportive in Nevers, France, and saw Bernard Hinault pedaling a football!