Look limited edition 795 Aerolight road bike and pedals

New offerings celebrate 30th anniversary of Greg LeMond’s first Tour win

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The complete bike sells for $13,500 or you can get the frame for $7900.

The complete bike sells for $13,500 or you can get the frame for $7900.

It was 30 years ago this coming July that Greg LeMond took the first of his three career Tour de France victories. To this day, LeMond remains the only American to officially win the grand tour. Never mind about Lance Armstrong or Floyd Landis…

To celebrate the occasion, French bike maker Look has released a limited edition 30th anniversary 795 Aerolight road bike and KEO Blade 2 pedals. Of course it was a Look KG 86 frame that LeMond rode to triumph in Paris all those years ago. At the time, the KG 86 was the first production carbon fiber frame ridden to victory at the sport’s highest level. We all know what’s happened since then.

Price for the pedals is $320.

Price for the pedals is $320.

Both of the limited edition offerings feature a commemorative Mondrian color scheme. The 795 Aerolight bikes feature the Look E-POST 2 seatpost, Aerostem, ADH handlebar, HSC8 aero fork with integrated brakeset, ZED3 crankset, SRAM eTap wireless drivetrain, internal cable routing, and the commemorative KEO Blade 2 pedals. The complete bike sells for $13,500 or you can get the frame for $7900.

The special KEO Blade 2 pedals have a carbon body, integrated blade, and are available with two blade tensions (12nm and 16nm). Buyers also receive two pair of commemorative socks and grey 4.5° float cleats. Price for the pedals is $320.

For more information please visit www.lookcycle.com.

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