Look 576 Triathlon Bike

5/5 (3 Reviews)
MSRP : $3199.99


Product Description

# Carbon Type - VHM (Very High Modulus) # Fork - Aero, meets standard EN14781 Standard # Lugs - Without: Monobloc Construction # Bottom Bracket - BSA, Width 68mm # Front Derailleur - Braze-On
  • Seatpost - Integrated with Seat Tube with Reversible E-Post
  • Headset - Integrated 1-1/8" upper and 1-1/4" lower. Sealed bearings. Angle 45°/45°
  • Dropouts - Aluminum Light, Replaceable Derailleur Hanger
  • Water Bottle Cage Mounts - 2
  • Frame Weight - 1100g (Size S with uncut Seat tube)
  • Fork weight - 350g
  • Accessories - Supplied with 3 sets of elastomer blocks (Grey: Soft, Red: Medium, Black: Firm)
  • Warranty - Frameset: 5 years, Paint and Finish: 1 year (Non-Transferable)


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    User Reviews

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by terimania a Road Racer

    Date Reviewed: February 27, 2011

    Strengths:    Aero and comfort combined. Very sharp looking. Fairly stiff. Good climber and descender (if you change wheels). Comfortable enough for a group ride (fast). Intigrated seat post is strong, looks good and aero. Style gets compliments everywhere I go. Rival group set is nice - force would be nicer.

    Weaknesses:    Fulcrum Race 7 wheels come with the bike. They are indestructible and good training wheels, but slow to spin up. Rivals are nice - little difficult to change the rear tire. Aero bars bend up a little too high for my taste, but offer the best comfort.

    Bottom Line:   
    This is the best triathlon bike money can buy below 3500. There are better TT bikes but the 576 is the best for Tri's. You can put hold a good cadence and speed and not be totally wasted.

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    Favorite Ride:   Look 576

    Price Paid:    $3100.00

    Purchased At:   St Johns Cycle

    Similar Products Used:   
    Bianche 928 with aero bars.


    Bike Setup:   Look 576 red/black
    Rival derailers and shifters
    FSA k-force 53/35
    Mavic SL repalced the Fulcrum race7



    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:4
    Submitted by STEVE a Triathlete

    Date Reviewed: August 20, 2010

    Strengths:    Aero preformace, fast, easy to get fit, nice ride, 5 hours on rough roads and I am not beat to death.

    Weaknesses:    Cable support/guides on the head tube rattle then then fall out. Sram compatible brake pads that dont squeal on carbon wheels....

    Bottom Line:   
    First real TT bike. Very nice, fast, fun to ride. It just fit well and felt right compared to similar stock bikes I rode. (Cervelo PC2, Felt B12 and the Specialized Transition Expert) The guys at CMS did a great job of getting the fit dialed in, after which I was really committed to the bike and love it more. Cross winds are not an issue it seems. Hills are good as my position lets me slide back and push. I expected more let go of the bars and let it track, but have no issues carving high speed turns down the canyons. I have found it is actually abit stiffer then I first thought, I only weight 150 pounds, add a 20 pound pack and the ride mellowed allot… Swapped saddles right off the bat to a Specialized Toupe. First experience with SRAM coming for a Campy background. Moved the stock Rival to Force stuff except the brakes… Added the R2C shifters excellent upgrade! Shifting is flawless! Replaced the Fulcum wheels with Kysriums SLs and real rubber.

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    Favorite Ride:   Left Hand Canyon to Ward

    Price Paid:    $3400.00

    Purchased At:   ColoMultiSports

    Similar Products Used:   No TT comparsion but still riding a loving the Giant TCR Advanced with Record and Chorus parts... Different fit all together

    Bike Setup:   Base stock bike with Kysrium SL wheels, Conti 4000 rubber, SRAM Force crank and rerailers, Specialized Toupe saddle, Speedplay Zeros, race day Zipp 404s.


    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by robhibl a Triathlete

    Date Reviewed: September 1, 2009

    Strengths:    Stiff yet forgiving, fast and sleek well built by the French
    "I don't say that often"


    Weaknesses:    None yet that I see

    Bottom Line:   
    Very fast bike Cuts the Utah wind extremely well. Also the carbon absorbs the bumps and makes it feel like your riding on a cushion.

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    Favorite Ride:   Royal Street loops

    Price Paid:    $2750.00

    Purchased At:   JANS

    Bike Setup:   Stock



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