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Eurobike’14: The Bikes!

Eurobike, it's the biggest bike show in the world and once again PEZ was there in Germany checking out all the latest gear. Today we have a closer look at some of the beautiful bikes on display from LOOK, Cinelli, Ridley, Canyon, Scappa, Caterham and more.

PEZ Rides: LOOK 795 Aerolight

LOOK have a long history of innovation and their latest bike, the 795 Aerolight which was just launched is surely the most innovative bike yet from the French team. Aero, light, responsive and totally unique with its 11 patents this is a bike that has been designed as 'The best aero road bike ever made'. PEZ was there at the launch in Paris to check it out and then take it for a ride to put those claims to the test.

Tell LOOK About YOUR 675 And WIN!

Do you have a LOOK 675? Tell us what you think about your bike, contribute to the next mini-site devoted to our LOOK 675 bike, on-line as from February, and win one of these many prizes in the final draw.

PEZ Gear Break: Latest Stuff!

Cranking out the in depth gear reviews we've become famous for takes more hours than you'd guess, but there's a lot of cool gear that comes across the desk that's actually better served in small bites like the new TDF range of Tees from Apres Velo, LOOK's Keo 2 Max pedals in limited edition colors and Tate Lab's Bar Fly 2.0 Garmin mount.

PEZ Test: Look’s KEO Flex Pedal

The KEO FLEX is a budget priced, lightweight clipless pedal that has a lot of people talking about its one-piece body and lever design. It's another new patent by LOOK that’s worth a closer look by PEZ.

Interbike 2009: More to Score

More from the shores of Treasure Island, this round brings a look at the latest from Look Cycles, chunks of hunks from Bonk Breaker, a feather in Cane Creek's cap, and slick skins from Twin-Six...

PEZ Test: LOOK’s 586

The newest ride from French brand LOOK is their 586 Origin – it’s mono-bloc carbon frame is the lightest in the line, and the whole package is sexy, great riding, and priced relatively affordably. While weight has been reduced, ride quality has not been sacrificed – that is if you want a bike you can ride all day and still feel comfortable on.

TOC PEZ: Riding Sierra Road

The course profile promised the best day of racing and the best chance for a non-bunch finish: 152 km from Stockton to San Jose, two KOM climbs and the race's hardest ascent, the 4 mile (6km) grind up Sierra Road - a perfect day to test LOOK 595 and find just how tough the parcours are.