Focus Black Forest 3 0 SLX XT Bike Grey Green XL
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- Rear Rotor: 160 mm Avid
- Valve Stem: Presta
- Crank Arm Length: (size M) 175 mm
- Sprocket Range: 11 x 34 t
- Wheelset: DT Swiss X1900
Feature: Crank Arm Length: (size M) 175 mm
Brand: Focus International
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The Focus Black Forest 3. 0 is a serious XC race machine with a hydroformed frame and 100mm Fox fork with lockout. Focus concentrated on light weight and amazing maneuverability to get you across the finish line first.
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