Focus ATLAS 6.7

Focus ATLAS 6.7

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Sumarize

The Focus ATLAS 6.7 is a high-end bike designed for gravel riding. It features an aluminum frame and carbon fork, with integrated cable routing for a sleek appearance. The Shimano GRX400 2x10 groupset provides stable and dependable shifting on any terrain. Double-sealed Novatec Road Boost hubs and 23 mm wide WTB wheels promise reliable stability and long-lasting quality. The bike also boasts top-rated brakes and has received glowing reviews from bike magazines. Developed in Germany, the ATLAS 6.7 is built for high-performance off-road riding.

Highlights

  • Good Groupset components
  • Top brakes
  • Top reviews from the bike magazines
  • Developed in Germany

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Description

SRP1899 €
CategoryGravel
Weight11.3 kg
Wheels29 Aluminum
Frame MaterialAluminum
GroupsetShimano GRX
BrakesShimano GRX

Reviews

Gran Fondo Magazine

We let the FOCUS ATLAS 6.8 go head to head with the 18 best gravel bikes of the 2022 season in our gravel bike group test. Read on to find out how it fares.

Pros
  1. intuitive handling
  2. Robust construction
  3. Clean cable integration
  4. All mounting points needed for bikepacking
Cons
  1. High weight
  2. Low comfort
  3. Comfortable acceleration

BikeRadar

Jack Luke

A very versatile and capable gravel bike that could be turned to nearly any task, which has also resisted post-Brexit price increases

Pros
  1. Versatile frameset bristles with mounts
  2. generous tyre clearance
  3. neat internal cable routing solution
  4. super fun to ride and very capable off-road
Cons
  1. Boost spacing limits upgrade options for gravel-specific wheelsets
  2. top tube bag rattles like mad

Bikerumor

Cory Benson

The all-new Focus Atlas is the brand’s first true gravel bike. And instead of trying to create some super gravel racer, Focus calls this a gravel bike “made to lose”. The idea is to build a reliable all-surface, all-rounder that’s as happy to ride...

Cycling News

Guy Kesteven

A comfortable and easy cruiser with reassuring-rather-than-radical handling, and a standout smooth ride at a good price

Pros
  1. +Smooth ride
  2. +Multiple load fixtures
  3. +Good value
  4. +Neat cabling
  5. +Big tyre clearance
  6. +Suspension fork and dropper post compatible
  7. +Top tube bag as standard
  8. +Boost axles
Cons
  1. -Relatively heavy
  2. -Not as radical as suggested

Rennrad-News.de

Jan Gathmann

"Speaking of riding, the new Fokus Atlas 2021 gets everything right. Surprisingly dynamic for a bike in this price range, it also glides over gravel and other surfaces effortlessly. The slightly higher weight is hardly noticeable, making it easy to..."

Pros
  1. Price/performance ratio
  2. Successful geometry for straight-line stability
  3. Not sluggish in corners
  4. High tire clearance
  5. Variety of mounting options
  6. Wide tires from the factory
  7. Good comfort
Cons
  1. Limited size selection
  2. Slightly heavier than usual for the price range
  3. Boost standard limits wheel selection
  4. Weight allowance up to 110 kg

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Specifications

Frame

Frame
Aluminium, disc, BSA, 148x12 mm thru axle, flat mount 160/160 mm, internal cable routing
Frame Sizes
S, M, L, XL, XXL
Frame Colors
AtlasgreymattRustorange Rustbrown

Suspension

Fork
Carbon, disc, 110x12 mm thru axle, flat mount 160/160 mm, internal brake cable routing, multiple mounting points
Rear Shock

Cockpit

Stem
Aluminium, 31,8 mm, 6°
Handlebars
FOCUS JD RA85, 31,8 mm, drop: 116 mm, reach: 74 mm, flare: 10°
Tape/Grips
-
Saddle
WTB SL8

Drivetrain

Rear Derailleur
Shimano GRX RD-RX400, 10-speed
Shift Levers
Shimano GRX ST-RX400, 10-speed
Cassette
Shimano CS-HG5010, 10-speed
Chain
Shimano Tiagra CN-4601, 10-speed
Crankset
Shimano GRX FC-RX600 * , 10-speed / Miranda Delta XMod2 * , 10-speed
Chainrings
Bottom Bracket
BSA

Brakes

Front Brake
Shimano GRX BL-RX400, 10-speed
Shift Levers
Disc

Wheels

Front Rim
WTB ST i23 TCS, tubeless ready
Rear Rim
Front Tyre
WTB ST i23 TCS, tubeless ready
Front Hub
Novatec D041, 12x110 mm
Thru Axle
Novatec D982TSB, 12x148 mm

Geometry Focus ATLAS 6.7

No Geometry data yet

Customer questions & answers

FAQ Focus ATLAS 6.7

How heavy is the Bike?

The ATLAS 6.7 weights 11,30 kg. Thats roughly 24,9 pounds

What material is the frame of the Focus ATLAS 6.7?

The Focus ATLAS 6.7 ist crafted with Aluminum

What is the recommended price given by the manufacturer Focus?

The SRP Price is our information at 1899 EUR

Where das the Brand Focus is originated?

Focus is a Company from Germany

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