BUY FOCUS GRAVEL BIKES ONE
The Swabians are known for Maultaschen and thrift – but did you know that pretty good gravel bikes also come from the “Ländle”? Namely, these are the two-wheelers from Focus!
The brand is based in Stuttgart and designs all kinds of bikes that make mountain bikers and racing cyclists happy. And of course, the gravel bikes are also impressive, because of course exactly the same love and just as much heart and soul flows into the “gravel bikes” as into all other bikes.
AREAS OF APPLICATION OF FOCUS GRAVEL BIKES
Gravel bikes start where paved roads end. Of course, this is no different at Focus! This bike category is more suitable than any other for extended tours where you don’t know exactly what surfaces to expect.
But gravel bikes are also popular with commuters, because their wide tires make them roll just as well over poorly laid out bike paths as they do over asphalt, and the road bike genes give them agility and liveliness to manoeuvre quickly through the urban jungle.
FEATURES OF THE FOCUS GRAVEL BIKES
- Carbon or aluminium – whichever material you like better – with the gravel bikes from Focus you have the choice!
- With hydraulic disc brakes, there is always full control over the speed.
- SRAM and Shimano supply the components for perfect shifting and braking.
- The comfortable frame geometry allows extended tours.
- Special areas on the frame are designed to improve comfort.
WELL THOUGHT-OUT TECHNOLOGY FOR FOCUS GRAVEL BIKES
When “graveling”, it is particularly important that the micro-vibrations of the ground are well absorbed by the frame, otherwise the comfort suffers – especially on longer tours. Focus takes this into account by giving its gravel bikes so-called CIAs – Comfort Improving Areas. This delays fatigue and makes long rides twice as much fun!
There are also exciting features, such as mudguards that can be mounted quickly and easily. So if you would like to arrive at your destination reasonably clean, you have the perfect solution here.
However, you can also tell that the gravel bikes from Focus have clear borrowings from the road bike. Which, of course, is anything but bad, because it makes them really fun, especially when you pedal harder to get from A to B quickly