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Squashednuts
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Location: Christchurch New Zealand

by Squashednuts

Started this as I can't find a thread dedicated to Focus bikes.

The Izalco Max is a great bike, IMO, & has the potential to be a proper WW

I ride the disc brake version & it tips the scales at a reasonably porky 7.145kg.
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JoeFlan
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by JoeFlan

Here is my old Focus Izalco Pro before I got caught in a crash and cracked one of the seat stays.
I think the final weight was 6.85kg with lighter tires. I never got to my goal of sub 6.8, but it still is one of my favorite bikes.

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reedplayer
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by reedplayer

nice bikes
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wheelbuilder
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by wheelbuilder

Izalco is a great riding frame. Surprised they are not more popular. Your bikes look great guys!

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tvillumsen
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Location: Denmark

by tvillumsen

Here's my old Izalco Team SL

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reedplayer
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by reedplayer

inspired by sqashednuts` izalco, i could not resist to replace my 2014-izalco max frameset with 2017-model, when opportunity presented itself, because i really like this paintjob. everything else is identical (ok, new frame is 4 gr, heavier.... :roll: ;-) )


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reedplayer
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by reedplayer

the light version. brought it down to 5,99 kg inc. pedals. but only, if i remove sram chain-catcher (8gr) :mrgreen:
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