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LOOK KG461 Carbon Frame
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REVIEW DATE: 17 Dec, 2002
RRP: $4000+
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CYCO AUCKLAND

CYCLE CITY MANUKAU CITY

Made for the rider wanting a very responsive yet forgiving ride.
The full carbon 461 frame is made in France. The wishbone Look Carbon HR rear triangle provides a responsive feel with the top half being oversize. The downtube is amazing for a carbon frame being 50mm in diameter. The fork is the LDS4 integrated, sharing the same blades as the HSC4 but using an alloy steerertube.
Don't settle for a JUST a carbon rear triangle, go the whole frame!

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