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LOOK 875 Madison Track
REVIEW DATE: 13 Apr, 2018
RRP: $2490
When the all new LOOK designed, manufactured and French Team tested 875 Madison came across our desks we were impressed with the versatility and proprietary features that sprung out from this French omnium focussed masterpiece contained. Designed and developed with the French Cycling Federation and its athletes, the new 875 MADISON is an ultra-versatile, efficient and aerodynamic track bicycle with a 100% carbon frame and fork. Taking its name from Madison Square Garden, which itself was named after the 4th American President, James Madison, who organized the first 24-hour « indoor » races for teams of two, the 875 is available in the four emblematic colors of the LOOK Mondrian logo (yellow, red, blue and grey). The 875’s carbon composition is made of a blend of various high-end carbon fibers used on different strategic points of the frame. HM (High-Module, 20%) carbon fibers are used to achieve the rigidity necessary for track use. In general, a versatile track bicycle such as the 875 is 15% stiffer than a road bike frame. IM (Intermediate-Module, 15%) and HR carbon (very High-Resistance, 65%) fibers complete the composition in order to reinforce the frame, making it durable in all conditions, even when subjected to the worst physical strains such as those often associated with competitive track cycling. The geometry of the 875 is completely new and flawlessly complements LOOK’s entire lineup of track products, specifically the R96 and the AL 464. The 875 MADISON’s geometry is competition-inspired and available in five sizes, allowing each cyclist to find their perfectly adapted position.

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