Look Kéo 2 Max pedals: Is the latest version of Look's Keo a worthy update? We find out
The Look Replica Team Aero bib shorts include anti-abrasion panels to reduce road rash in case you crash. We've seen how they perform if you stay upright.
The Look Keo 2 Max Blade pedals are an improvement on the already well-received Keo pedals, although the cleat wear isn't great so don't go walking around in them too
The Look 795 Aerolight Proteam has the tag-line "successful integration" and was clearly designed with all out speed in mind
Look's LMment is a waterproof racing jersey in the mould of Castelli's Gabba. It's well designed, comfortable and a close racing fit and breathes well although the pockets are a…
Look's latest bike is a departure from its previously higher priced, race-orientated offerings. Starting at £1799, we tested the top spec £2199 Ultegra equipped model
We have tested the Look 675 Light. Here's what we thought of Look's sportive-focussed endurance bike.
We test the Look 675, a carbon-fibre offering equipped with Shimano Ultegra Di2 aimed at the sportive market, £3,799.99
We test out the Look Keo Classic clipless pedals
Carbon-fibre monocoque offering from Look - £2,199 frame and forks
Look Keo Blade pedals - Range-topping pedal from Look uses carbon leaf rather than steel spring, £249.99
The 586 arrived in 2007, but the ’09 model, in Pro Team colours, was the first time we’d swung a leg over one. Designed to be the middle ground between…