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 Cayo 105 2009
Cayo 105 2009
New for 2009 is the Wiggle exclusive Cayo 105, this new addition to the Focus range features Shimano’s 10 speed 105.
 

Im planning on holding a Record Attempt for Lands end to John o'Groats, and I need to know i this bike would be suitable for long-distance racing?

Im pretty sure its more technically advanced than anything that Miguel Indurain rode in his tour de france victories in the mid 90s, so i would say its suitable for anything that an amature or semi pro would want it for. good luck in your record attempt.
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5 years, 2 months ago
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The Land Cruiser is a Kevlar Guard Puncture Protected trekking tyre, ideal for cruising. The rolling tread is superb on pavements, yet it's diamond textured side lugs afford plenty of grip on light loose terrain.
 

Hi, I'm interested in buying a pair of Schwalbe Land Crusier ATB Tyres, would they fit on my existing 26 x 2.10 wheels? Many thanks, Paul.

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Yes they will.
5 years, 2 months ago
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vain
 
The Land Cruiser is a Kevlar Guard Puncture Protected trekking tyre, ideal for cruising. The rolling tread is superb on pavements, yet it's diamond textured side lugs afford plenty of grip on light loose terrain.
 

will these fit a bike 26x1.95

i am new to cycling and not 100% on tyre sizes. i am pretty certain they will but would like to confirm before purchasing.
Yes they will, 26 is the rim size (diameter of the wheel) and the 1.95 is the width.
5 years, 2 months ago
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