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I have just received my Focus Cayo Expert (SRAM Red and Force mix) from Wiggle, it is a 52cm(small) frame. I have done 52km on the bike since it arrived, so it has no wear and tear.
Wiggle have now stopped selling Focus to Australia as an Australian distributor now has the rights here. The bikes are therefore a lot more expensive in Australia now.
I am selling as I have some much more urgent needs for the money that have weighed in on me coming into Xmas with a new business.
Frame: Focus Cayo Light UD Carbon Frame
Fork: Focus Cayo Race UD Carbon Forks
Rims: Mavic Ksyrium Equipe, QR
Front Hub: Mavic Ksyrium Equipe, QR
Rear Hub: Mavic Ksyrium Equipe, QR
Tyres: Continental Grand Prix 700x23c
Cassette: SRAM OG-1070 10 speed 12-26
Crankset: SRAM S950 compact 50/34
Shift Levers: SRAM Red DoubleTap
Rear Derailleur: SRAM Red
Front Derailleur: SRAM Force
Chain: SRAM PC-1050
Brakes: SRAM Force
Stem: FSA OS-150C
Handlebars: FSA Road RD305
Headset: FSA Orbit
Saddle: Fizik Aliante Delta
End cost for the bike with import fees etc was about $3200. It also has a set of new Look Keo Carbon pedals and a Cateye wireless computer on it.
If someone was to offer me $3200 for the whole package I would sell, remember this stuff has been used for 52km of cycling in the week or two I have had the bike (it has not been fitted to me yet so I only did two test rides).
You cannot get a bike this level at this price in Australia, and that is the reason I bought it. It is fantastic to ride and I really do like it.
I can also sell without the pedals and computer if you do not want them. I am by no means looking to make profit on this import as you can see, it is an unfortunate thing to have to do though priorities have to be put right, most new businesses fail within the first year and that won't happen to me!
You can check the bike out in Brisbane, though I can also post anywhere in Australia if needed. This is an extremely regretful sale, but I will have to go bike shopping again next year as these funds are more important elsewhere right now.
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