Following up both on the recent wide-range Force AXS update and new carbon Corima Gravel G30.5 wheels out today, LOOK has launched a US-only ultra-limited Dirty Kanza Edition of their 765 Gravel RS carbon gravel race bike. Only eight complete bikes will be sold with the premium DK Edition light & fast build kit, so jump on it if you need to have this setup!
LOOK 765 Gravel RS Dirty Kanza limited edition gravel bike
A collaboration between the US-based teams of French manufacturers Look & Corima, this special Dirty Kanza Edition of the 765 Gravel RS is only being offered in the states through either the wheel or bike company’s dealers.
Celebrating the difficulty of racing Kanza on the aggressive flint & limestone gravel roads, exposed to the unpredictable winds & weather of the Midwest, the build is specifically designed to help riders thrive at the DK. Outfitted with three bottle cages, plus room for a bolt-on toptube bento bag, the 765 Gravel RS should keep you fueled to go the distance.
A set of Look X-Track Race Carbon pedals will put the power down, with a wide surface for all-day, 200-mile comfort & security.
LOOK 765 Gravel RS DK details
The carbon 765 Gravel RS frameset itself leans towards a fast road bike feel, that should get you tucked out of the wind for the brutal race.
SRAM’s Force eTap AXS 2×12 drivetrain was already a trusted setup for fast gravel racing, but now the wider-range 10-36T cassette paired with a 43/30T set of chainrings will offer a bit extra reserve for that late-in-the-race bonk.
The Dirty Kanza edition build rolls on the all-new lightweight & wide carbon Corima G30.5 gravel wheels. Combined with high-volume 40mm Goodyear Connector tires, you should get enough comfort & float to smooth out those punishing gravel roads.
LOOK 765 Gravel RS DK pricing & availability
The entire setup retails for $8000 complete, and will start shipping in early June. Just two will be available in either XS or S, three more in M, and three more in L or XL. Reach out to your local LOOK or Corima dealer right away if you are interested.
Each buyer of the 8 bikes will also get thrown in a lottery, with two winning entry to race the Dirty Kanza this July. Curious about the frame? Check out our review for the full story!