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Gallery: 2015 Focus road, TT, mountain and cyclocross bikes

By:
Warren Rossiter / Immediate Media
Published:
August 12, 2014, 2:30 BST,
Updated:
August 12, 2014, 3:43 BST
Edition:
First Edition Cycling News, Tuesday, August 12, 2014
The super light Izalco Max (712g frame in a size 56) gets a wider range for 2015 – from £2,999 for the Izalco Max 5.0 with Shimano Ultegra and a FSA SLK carbon chainset up to the sub-5 kilo £7,999 0.0 superbike. Shown here is the SRAM Red equipped Izalco Max 3.0 at £3,999

The super light Izalco Max (712g frame in a size 56) gets a wider range for 2015 – from £2,999 for the Izalco Max 5.0 with Shimano Ultegra and a FSA SLK carbon chainset up to the sub-5 kilo £7,999 0.0 superbike. Shown here is the SRAM Red equipped Izalco Max 3.0 at £3,999

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Additions and updates to Cayo, Mares and Izalco lines

This article originally appeared on BikeRadar

BikeRadar recently visited Derby Cycles in Cloppenberg, Germany, where we were shown the 2015 ranges of road, TT, mountain, cyclocross and e-bikes from Focus.

Next year looks set to be a big one for the company. Not only does it have the new 840g-framed Cayo debuting, it has has the new Cayo Disc Frame, which features the super fast and highly innovative RAT thru-axle design and weighs a claimed 880g.

The RAT thru-axle also features on the new Mares cyclocross bike – in both alloy and carbon. The range-topping Mares CX0.0 comes with SRAM Force HRD CX1 and a DT Swiss RC38 wheelset, and costs £4,199.

Focus now has a full set of TT bikes too, in the form of the Izalco Chrono Max range. We also took a look at the company's Factory edition mountain bikes.

US/Australian pricing and availability are TBA.

Click through the gallery above for more shots of the Focus 2015 range.

 

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