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It's no secret the Germans know how to build high-performance, quality products, so it's really no surprise that the Focus Cayo 3.0 is a winner in our book. Built around a strong, lightweight carbon fiber frame, the Cayo features a full complement of Shimano's tried-and-true 105 gruppo. The compact chainrings on the FSA Gossamer crankset, and the 12-27-tooth cassette give you a huge range of gear options, so you'll be ready for everything from long, flat time-trials to ultra-steep mountain passes. Focus' 6th Element fork reduces road vibration and gives you the confidence to carve sharp, high-speed turns.

  • DT Swiss R1850 wheelset is light enough for racing, and offers the ultra-fast engagement you'll need to respond to every attack
  • BB30 bottom bracket interface adds stiffness where you need it most
  • Focus-branded cockpit components get you riding right away, and are tough enough for multiple seasons of abuse

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The Focus Cayo has been around for a few years now and there are plenty of customer and professional reviews of this bike online although most are for prior year models.

One review that I found on BikeRadar that I believe sums up the Focus Cayo quite well ~ even though it is a 2008 review ~ includes the following:

"...our original review... did warn that some people might find the ride a little too firm for all-day riding and that's still the case... the stiffness which makes it fast and responsive, allied to a fast and aggressive riding position, means it’s more racing snake than long distance cruiser."

5 5

Don't think twice! It's Awesome!

I love my carbon Cayo! I'm more of a Shimano person than SRAM, so I was thrilled I could get the 3.0 with 105s for only $2500! I've ridden several crits now, and the bike's stiffness makes it super responsive for fast attacks and handles corners smoothly. I wouldn't recommend it for long century rides though, it's just not the right geometry for that. Your seat will not thank you, trust me! Consider it perfect for time trials and crits for those who love racing more than they love working! Ride on!

5 5

Just awesome

When I was is Europe a lot of the club riders who I rode with had Focus Bikes.I personally had never heard of the brand but was told that it was quite common there When I got back to the US I saw that some retailers were carrying it and I got myself the Cayo in a Large size (56cm) with a compact double (50/34). This bike is awesome. Very responsive and accelerates like a rocket. The stock bike is perfect but if I were to nitpick the only thing I'd probably change is the saddle. Sadly the Triple crankset version is not widely available in the US otherwise you could climb trees with this thing.