- - LOOK Flaunts New "Interference Red Range" of Bikes

LOOK Flaunts New “Interference Red Range” of Bikes

LOOK is flaunting its latest collection of bikes called the Interference Red Range, featuring a limited edition colorway that emblazons the storied French brand’s 795 Blade, 785 Huez and 765 Optimum + road models in red.

“The Interference Red Range is was specially designed for this range: a deep red enhanced with subtle black reflections that catch the eye according to the angle of the light,” says LOOK.



“Our most accomplished frame combined with the latest in wireless shifting: meet the 795 Blade Interference. An aero frame mounted with SRAM Rival AXS components, a 12-speed groupset offering fluid shifting and an innovative gearing range. With a 48×35 crankset and 10×30 cassette, this machine is ready to tackle any route profile. The build is highlighted by an aggressive, metallic red design and touches of subtle mat black. A bike that will bring out the racer in you,” boasts LOOK. 

785 HUEZ


“A special setup for a special bike: our lightweight, reactive 785 Huez climber’s frame is combined with 100% carbon, 38mm LOOK wheels to increase inertia and speed on flatter sections of the course. This versatility is complemented by the new SRAM Rival AXS wireless groupset. The wide gearing range, featuring a 48×35 crankset and 10×30 cassette, offers a particularly broad range of use. An elegant, perfect all-rounder, enhanced by an aggressive gradient paint scheme for riders who demand more,” exclaims LOOK. 



“Combine our endurance bike with the latest SRAM Rival AXS groupset and the result is the 765 Optimum + Interference. The full carbon frame features a geometry designed for long distance riding, with a shorter reach and higher stack for ultimate comfort as you build up the miles. The revolutionary 2×12 speed drivetrain is combined with a 46×33 crankset and 10×36 cassette to give you the options and confidence to tackle any climb. Finally, the dedicated color scheme blends deep red with subtle black highlights that catch the eye with every pedal stroke,” declares LOOK. 

You can learn more about LOOK’s Interference Red Range by visiting 

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