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LOOK KeO Blade Ti Pedals win big at the 2010 Tour de France
27 Jul, 2010

Alberto Contador rides the LOOK KeO Blade Ti Pedals to their first Tour de France win.

The LOOK KeO Blade Ti Pedals debuted last fall, and made their first Tour appearance with a host of

impressive wins: The Green Points Jersey ( Alessandro Petacchi of Lampre-Farnese Vini), Most Combative

Rider (Sylvan Chavanel of Quick Step), Best Team Clasification (Team RadioShack), and The Yellow Leaders

Jersey (Alberto Contador).

The KeO Blade Ti Pedals amassed an impressive seven stage wins.

July 4, Stage 1: Rotterdam - Brussels 223.5km - Alessandro Petacchi (Lampre)

July 5, Stage 2: Brussels - Spa 201km - Sylvain Chavanel (Quick Step)

July 7, Stage 4: Cambrai - Reims 153.5km - Alessandro Petacchi (Lampre)

July 10, Stage 7: Tournus - Station des Rousses 165.5km - Sylvain Chavanel (Quick Step)

July 14, Stage 10: Chambery - Gap 179km - Sergio Paulinho (RadioShack)

July 16, Stage 12: Bourg-de-Peage - Mende 210.5km - Joaquin Rodriguez (Katusha)

July 17, Stage 13: Rodez - Revel 196km - Alexander Vinokourov (Astana)

The innovative, linear spring rate carbon blade design of the LOOK KÉO BLADE CARBON TI replaces the

traditional spring and provides enhanced cleat engagement for increased security and performance• The

KÉO BLADE CARBON TI features the widest platform on the market. The INOX stainless steel plate offers a

contact surface area which is 31% larger overall and 17% wider than the LOO KÉO carbon, providing

increased comfort and power transmission.

LOOK Cycle has been the leader in clipless pedal technology and innovation for over 25 years; with no end

insight. For more info about LOOK innovations please visit us at: www.lookcycle.com.

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