LOOK 765 Optimum Disc All-Road
ON THE ROAD AND TRAIL
Thanks to its specific geometry: a relatively short top tube, and raised cockpit as a result of the headset being positioned higher, the 765 OPTIMUM DISC ALL ROAD is a versatile endurance bicycle. It performs as well on hilly road rides as it does on light gravel trails. And with its disc brakes, the 765 has enough clearance to allow for the use of tires up to 30mm wide, providing the rider with a type of "light gravel" bicycle.
CARBON + FLAX FIBER TECHNOLOGY
This technology is the result of the combination of two types of fibers from different materials: high modulus carbon and flax linen fibers. The carbon is joined with the flax to filter the vibrations transmitted by rougher roads, making for a smoother, more comfortable ride. LOOK strategically applied this technology to the fork and chain stays, the two locations on the frame that react most immediately to road vibrations. Flax linen fibers at those locations, sandwiched between two carbon sheets, add natural vibration dampening to your ride. And a smoother ride is faster, easier on your body, and leaves you all your energy for pedaling and handling — the perfect recipe for long endurance rides.
FLAT MOUNT DISC BRAKES
"Flat mount" is the new standard, and has been especially developed for road bicycles with disc brakes. It allows the installation of the calipers directly on the chain stays and forks, integrating them as much as possible to keep weight down and aesthetics intact.
The integration of disc brakes on road bicycles provides a number of advantages, including stronger and more progressive braking, regardless of weather conditions, and not using the rim to dissipate the heat. It is therefore more secure for clinchers or tubular (sew-ups) tires to be mounted on a carbon rim. The adoption of disc brakes onto an endurance road bicycle is perfect because they increase the cyclist’s safety, especially for longer distances, on all types of terrain and under all possible weather conditions.
SRAM FORCE 1
While there's no one tool that's right for every job, SRAM 1x™ drivetrains are poised to inspire a new era for 700C bicycles. SRAM 1x can make a better bike. And rider. SRAM Force 1, originally a game-changing upgrade for cyclocross, has expanded to triathlon, criterium, and other 700C disciplines, paved and beyond pavement. With a host of drivetrain options, all featuring SRAM 1x™ technologies, SRAM Force 1 is quietly simplifying the experience.
Force 22 HRD shift-brake levers combine all the great performance of mechanical 11-speed with the performance of a hydraulic disc braking system. With SRAM's trademark Reach Adjust as well as improved ergonomics for better finger wrap, HydroR controls are the touch point for better braking. These hydraulic brakes deliver more braking force with less hand effort and better modulation.
The SRAM Force 1 rear derailleur adopts all the technologies of SRAM 1x™ MTB to provide the fastest, quietest 1x11 shifting available. SRAM’s unique clutch system eliminates chain slack, providing for smoother, quieter, and more secure chain travel.
The SRAM Force 1 game-changing upgrade for cyclocross now expands to triathlon, criterium, and other 700C disciplines, paved and beyond. The Force 1 crankset combines SRAM’s Force 22 carbon arms and forged aluminum spider with their world-class 1x11 MTB technologies. Featuring X-SYNC™ technology, the Force 1 crankset is engineered for complete chain control.
The PG-1070 cassette’s semi-spidered design maintains a high level of shifting performance with a matched cassette/chain combination that runs near silent.
- Through-axles: 142mm x 12mm rear, 100mm x 12mm front
- Seatpost: LOOK LS1 carbon super light 27.2mm x 350mm (uncut)
- Saddle: Selle Italia X3 Flow
- Stem: LOOK alloy super light LS1 ±7°
- Bars: FSA Adventure compact
- Wheels: American Classic Onward 2622 tubeless
- Tires: Hutchinson Sector 700 x 28 tubeless
|Product Weight||8010 grams|
|Product Condition||New in Box|
|Country of Manufacturer||Belgium|
|Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price||N/A|