Focus Atlas 8.9 Gravel Bike - Gold Brown

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Introducing the Focus Atlas 8.9 Gravel Bike: Unleash Your Adventure!

Embark on a journey of boundless exploration with the Focus Atlas 8.9 Gravel Bike, meticulously designed to redefine your gravel riding experience. Whether you're seeking to conquer rugged terrains, tackle winding trails, or embark on epic long-distance adventures, this bike is your ultimate companion, delivering exceptional performance, durability, and versatility.

Quick Glance - Atlas 8.9

  • Terrain: Gravel
  • Frame Material: Carbon
  • Brakes: SRAM Rival eTap AXS
  • Groupset: SRAM Rival eTap AXS, 12-Speed
  • Weight: 9.10KG (M)

Frame and Build

Crafted with precision and innovation, the Focus Atlas 8.9 features a lightweight and robust carbon frame that strikes the perfect balance between strength and agility. This frame's geometry is optimized for comfort during long rides and stability across variable landscapes. The internal cable routing not only enhances the bike's aesthetics but also protects the cables from dirt and grime, ensuring seamless shifting and braking even in the harshest conditions.


Powered by the precision of a SRAM Rival eTap AXS 1x12 drivetrain, the Atlas 8.9 offers a wide range of gears to conquer every ascent and descent. Effortlessly switch between gears with the ergonomic Rival eTap shifters, while the responsive rear derailleur ensure smooth and reliable shifting performance even on unpredictable trails.

Tyres and Wheels

Dominate diverse surfaces with the DT Swiss GR1600 wheels paired with wide WTB Riddler TCS tyres. These tubeless-ready wheels enhance traction and grip, allowing you to confidently maneuver through gravel, dirt, and mud. The tyre clearance also offers the flexibility to experiment with various tyre widths, tailoring your ride to your preferred terrain.


The Atlas 8.9 is equipped with hydraulic disc brakes, providing unparalleled stopping power and control. Whether you're navigating steep descents or navigating tight corners, these brakes offer consistent and reliable performance, instilling confidence in your riding.

Comfort and Handling

A carbon fork with vibration-damping technology absorbs shocks and vibrations, ensuring a smooth and comfortable ride even on the most uneven surfaces. The flared handlebars offer enhanced control and stability, allowing you to tackle technical sections with finesse and confidence.

Accessories and Extras

The Focus Atlas 8.9 comes with a range of accessories that cater to your adventure needs. Frame mounts accommodate fenders, racks, and storage bags, enabling you to customize your setup for bikepacking or long-distance touring. Additionally, the integrated mounts on the top tube provide easy compatibility with accessories like bento boxes or additional water bottle cages.


With its sleek and modern design, the Focus Atlas 8.9 gravel bike is as visually appealing as it is functional. The attention to detail, from the meticulously painted frame to the cohesively designed components, adds to its overall aesthetic allure.

Unleash your inner adventurer and conquer uncharted paths with the Focus Atlas 8.9 Gravel Bike. From gravel enthusiasts to bikepacking aficionados, this bike is engineered to elevate your riding experience, offering the reliability, agility, and durability you need to embrace the thrill of the open road. Explore without limits – your journey starts with the Focus Atlas 8.9.


Frame Carbon, disc, C.I.S. integration, press fit BB86, 148x12 mm thru-axle, flat mount 160/160 mm, internal cable routing, Toptube Bag (Colour: Goldbrown)
Fork Carbon, Disc, 110x12mm Thru Axle, Internal Brake Cable Routing
Headset ACROS IS 52/286-IS52/40 (ICR), Focus integrated C.I.S
Bottom Bracket SRAM PF DUB 86
Stem Focus C.I.S 2.0 integrated, 31.8mm, Aluminium, with Garmin/Wahoo mount
Handlebar Easton EC70 AX, Carbon, 31.8mm, Drop:125mm, Reach80mm, Flair:16 °
Saddle fi'zi:k Taiga
Seatpost Easton EC70, Carbon, 27.2mm, Setback:0mm
Shifters SRAM Rival eTap AXS, 12-Speed
Rear Derailleur SRAM Rival eTap AXS XPLR, 12-Speed
Front Derailleur None
Crankset SRAM Rival AXS wide, 12-Speed
Chain SRAM Rival AXS, 12-Speed
Cassette SRAM XG-1251, 12-Speed
Brake Rotor SRAM 
Brake Levers SRAM Rival AXS
Wheels DT Swiss GR1600, 24-622, 12x110mm/12x148mm, 25mm height
Tyre WTB Riddler, 700 x 45C, Folding
Pedals Plastic Pedals
Weight 9.10KG (M)



Size (mm) 50 52 54 57 60
Size 445 485 515 545 585
Handlebar Width (mm) 420 420 440 440 440
Stem Length 80 90 90 90 100
Crankarm Length (mm) 170 170 172.5 172.5 175
Seatpost Length 350 350 350 350 350
A Seat Tube Length 445 485 515 545 585
B Effective Top Tube 532 549 567 591 606
C Head Tube Angle (mm) 70.5 70.5 70.5 70.5 70.5
D Effective Seat Tube Angle (mm) 74 73.5 73.5 73.5 73.5
E Chainstay Length 425 425 425 425 425
F Bottom Bracket Drop 75 75 75 75 75
G Head Tube Length 115 120 130 150 180
H Fork Construction Height 425 425 425 425 425
I Pre-raked Fork 50 50 50 50 50
J Wheelbase Length 1016 1028 1046 1069 1068
K Stack 569 574 583 611 630
L Reach 370 380 395 410 420

Focus Atlas 8.9 - Geometry


Check out what the cycling industry has to say on the Focus Atlas 8.9, from in-depth reviews to a few videos on what the bike is like to ride. 

"The Atlas 8.9 is a bit of a workhorse chameleon and a bike for big adventures. It’s happy to carry your possessions, and traverse on tarmac and unmetalled roads, ramble through woodlands, dales, and mountains, all the while covering ground with confidence. It won’t embarrass itself if you decide that an excursion onto twisting singletrack or downhill thrill seeking is what you’re after. The Atlas frameset is certainly firm, built to serve its Transcontinental-esque purposes. However, it’s very well specced to compensate for this."
Bike Rumour
"Since its debut two winters ago, Focus’ Atlas bikepacking gravel bike has been less about going faster, and more about enjoying the adventure along the way. Now with a new carbon frame upgrade, the Focus Atlas 8-series aims to speed up the adventure graveling a bit too, while boosting rider comfort so you can ride further than ever before…"