The FOCUS CAYO 1.0 for 2011 comes with Ultegra all around even the crankset is Ultegra, the reason I mention that is because a lot of other brands will downgrade the crankset but call it an Ultegra bike, anyway this model retails at $3150, it is full carbon and it has a classy, glossy white paunt job with light blue highlights. It is very attractive and looks great on the road. This particular bike features a compact 50/34 crankset which will help if you have a lot of hills around you or you would just like some ease in your climbs.
The FOCUS Cayo is a must for anyone entering the carbon class of racing bikes for the first time. Fitted with Shimano Ultegra, the FOCUS Cayo 1.0 comes with everything a rider needs for training and racing. Made entirely of carbon and fully specced in every detail, this racing bike enables you to enter the pro class, as teams like NetApp and Jelly Belly showed last year.
|Wheelset||DT Swiss R 1900|
|Tires||Continental Grand Prix, foldable, 24–622|
|Gear ratio||front: Race: 53/39 / Compact: 50/34, rear: 12-25|
|Number of Gears||20|
|Stem||FSA OS 190|
|Saddle||Prologo Nago Evo|
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Posted by Paul Guthrie on 17th Jun 2012
I had a Newest Fuji and traded up to this bike. I had never heard of Focus but after test driving this and several other nmore expensive bikes, I bought this. Just completed my first Century and bike did great. I also like having a bike that not many people have. Several Treks, Cannondales and Fiji's but not many Focus on the Century.