At the Top Cycle Shops
Over the last few years these bikes have developed a name for themselves through their range of road bikes, from entry level up to Pro Tour, where in 2013 the Ag2r La Mondiale cycling team will be using them, in the form of the Izalco. As they are now no longer exclusive to Wiggle, we expect to see other retailers with a Focus bike sale for previous year's models.
We've currently found 6 discounted Cayo bikes, which include the Cayo Al Sora 2017 Road Bike Red/Black - 51cm for £559.0 and the Focus Cayo Al Tiagra 2017 Road Bike Grey/Green - 54cm for £639.0. Evans Cycles, currently have these bikes in sales or featured in clearances offers.The biggest percentage saving is 20% on the Focus Cayo Al Sora 2017 Road Bike White - 57cm, giving a saving of £140.00 and on sale at Evans Cycles
This mid-range priced bike was one of the first to sell in volume and in 2012 it was developed into the Evo versions 1,2,3,4 and 5, which are much the same for 2013. As a result you can find the occasional Focus Cayo sale for last year's bikes. The specifications increase as you go from the Cayo Evo 5 up to the 1, particularly with better performing drivetrain components, with the price range covering around £1500 to £3000.
We've only found 1 of these bikes at a discount, which is the Focus Izalco Max Ultegra 2017 Road Bike Red/Black - 54cm for £2399.0, available at Evans Cycles.
You can still view all bike prices using the link above or the left hand menu.
This range takes you from mid-price range all the way up to pro carbon framed models used in top international races. You'll be lucky to find a Focus Izalco sale in the early part of the year, but inevitably there will be some versions that do not sell as well as expected, so keep looking towards the end of the cycling season. The price range for the Izalco starts at around £2000, all the way up to over £6000.
We haven't found any of these bikes at discount at the moment, but there are 0 bikes on sale which you can see using the link above or the left hand menu.
This the entry level range of bikes which you can buy for anything between £600 and £1500, depending on specification. There is likely to be a Focus Culebro sale at some point towards the end of the season and the choice of bike ranges from the basic 5.0 and 4.0 models, up through the Culebro SL 3.0, 2.0 and 1.0, some available in both race and compact models.