|1988 Look catalog. Front and back covers. List of world wide distributors.|
|Page 2: THE BIKE WITH PASSION
If Bernard Hinault and Bernard Tapie have a passion in common, it is the rage to win. Bernard Hinault, how working as director of promotion and development for Look, is bringing his competitive spirit and winning attitude combining with Look's technology to bring you the most advanced cycling products available today. 1988: the competition frame, a spinoff from airspace technology, possesses unmatched performance. Carbon and Kevlar" composite fibers whose rigidity, and lightness can now be found not only in frames but also in our revolutionary crank arms and Look competition pedal system. The improved exclusive Look pedal range is going to be expanded this year, by a "special touring bike" model. Performance, expanded comfort, safety... from competition to leisure-time activities, the whole Look team strives to have you share its passion for the bike.
Page 3: COMPOSITE MATERIALS, A VISA FOR THE YEAR 2000.
LOOK PEDAL CRANK Once again, Look exploits the qualities of composite materials. One an equal performance basis, lighter than the lightest competitor's product, thanks to carbon fibers. A pedal crank of exemplary rigidity and strength.
|Page 4: LOOK CARBON-KEVLAR FRAMES. KG 85 Road frame sizing and specifications.
Page 5: Carbone Tube off road frame. Sizing and specifications.
|Page 6: LOOK SYSTEM - PEDALING. Introduction to pedal systems.
Page 7: PERFORMANCE. PP 76 pedal, AP 76 shoe, and AP 71 (women's) shoe.
|Page 8: PP 66 pedal and AP 66 shoe.
Page 9: "Touring" PP56 pedal, AS 56 shoe, and AS 46 shoe.
|Page 10: Pedal specifications, shoe specifications, and accessories.
Page 11: Accessories.
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