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Look fanatics, "look" here!(9 posts)

Look fanatics, "look" here!look271
Oct 30, 2002 7:59 PM
http://lookcycle.com/english/catalogue/2003/accessoires.htm
http://lookcycle.com/english/catalogue/2003/accessoires.htm
Some of the goodies from interbike for our Look rides. Hope I win the Powerball.....
Click on the wheels icon for more......(nm)look271
Oct 30, 2002 8:03 PM
Those wheels will be in my stable ASAPspookyload
Oct 30, 2002 8:47 PM
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Tubies are light, but clinchers a pig...Spunout
Oct 31, 2002 5:17 AM
I guess they have to add material to get the beads of clinchers to hang on.

That is one thing good about tubulars: The rims are lighter because they don't need as much material.

But the rims themselves, are they lighter? Are the hubs the heaviest part of this unit?
Don't know.look271
Oct 31, 2002 7:04 AM
Didn't see specific weights as far as parts of the wheelset. I'll stay w/ my K's, although I could really go for that crankset!
is it possible to build an all French bike?trekkie1
Oct 31, 2002 7:52 AM
... at least French manufacturer parts and frame? Look, is seems, would be the primary maker of the frame, fork, now wheels, and some components.

For that matter, is it possible to build a bike with all parts from any particular country? Japan and Italy should come close.

Just curious.
Mavic grouppo, all French no problem. I have non-Japanese!Spunout
Oct 31, 2002 9:55 AM
I managed to build my Lemond Zurich without a Japanese component, that was tough!
You could almost.look271
Oct 31, 2002 10:20 AM
Mavic doesn't make their Mektronic shifters anymore but you can still find them-I have them on mine. Don't think you could find a French BB, though, or front derailer.(Wanna buy my Mektronics?=) )
TA Specialties Cranks and BB are FrenchDave Hickey
Oct 31, 2002 12:22 PM
You've got me on the Front Derailleur