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All-day comfort with plenty of stiffness for the sprint.

The Focus Izalco Pro 4.0 is an ideal bike for all-day rides over varied terrain. At the center of the bike is a BB30 bottom bracket that creates ultra-functional stiffness without compromising ride quality. This stiffness creates a powerful platform for turning your legs' energy into pure speed. Skinny seat stays soften the bumps for the rear, while a 3T Rigida Pro fork minimizes chatter and smooths out the tarmac in the front. DT Swiss R1850 wheels wrapped in Continental Ultra Sport tires keep you rolling fast and grip like crazy in the corners. Full-carbon construction (including dropouts) means no compromises in frame strength, weight, or design.

  • Oversized, tapered head tube provides exceptional stiffness for mach-speed descents
  • Shimano Ultegra shifters and derailleurs are lightweight, precise, and durable
  • FSA Energy compact crankset mated to an 12-27 cassette allows you to spin up anything in sight
  • Made in Germany

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Why is this less expensive than the 3.0?

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Why is this less expensive than the 3.0?

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In the cycling world, the lower the version eg. 1.0, the better the components, making it more expensive.

how many gears in the bike

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how many gears in the bike

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This is a 2x10 drive train so you would have 20 gears.

Wich is the weight of the Focus Izalco Pro...

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Wich is the weight of the Focus Izalco Pro 4.o - Ultegra?

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The data says something like 7,6 kg which is very low weight. I personaly like very mucht the design of the frame and really thinking of buying one. Now I have a Bulls alu frame with ultegra (very pleased, certainly with the shimano group) but would like to go for a carbon frame.
Very good is that the cables are worked not in but just outside the frame (which does not weaken the frame)