Look embraces gravel with the 765 Gravel RS and e-765 Gravel

Look embraces gravel with the 765 Gravel RS and e-765 Gravel

Look has hit the dirt road running with a brace of gravel bikes: one man-powered, the other motor assisted. The two bikes share their DNA, with the 765 Gravel RS being a very race-focussed gravel bike, while the e-765 Gravel is a touch more relaxed but should still be quick up the hills thanks to its electric assistance. This gravel bike has a dropper and suspension Good news, now even bar tape is gravel specific Look 765 Gravel RS The 765 Gravel RS plays on what Look refers to as 'the new playground' — gravel roads that are becoming increasingly popular to ride, especially in the US. The RS in the name stands for Racing Sport, hinting at the general demeanour of the bike. This means that there's an increased proportion of high modulus carbon fibres in the frame's layup, for a lighter, snappier ride. Look 765 Gravel RS frame ...

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