Fuji Bicycles Cross Pro Cyclocross Bike

4.57/5 (14 Reviews)
MSRP : $1750.00

Product Description

  • Main frame: A-6 Quaternary phase alloy, custom butted and shaped
  • Fork: FC-770 Fuji Bonded Carbon Cross
  • Crankset: FSA Gossamer Cross MegaExo w/ Integrated spindle, 7075 CNC 38/48T Chainring
  • Chain: KMC DX10
  • Headset: Tange IS-24 1 1/8" Integrated Road
  • Handlebar: Ritchey Comp, 31.8mm Double Butted 6061 Aluminum
  • Saddle: NEW San Marco Ponza
  • Seat post: Ritchey Logic Pro, 250mm
  • Stem: Ritchey Logic Pro, +/-6 degree
  • Bottom bracket: FSA MegaExo Exterior Sealed Cartidge Bearing System

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by James

Date Reviewed: May 2, 2016

Strengths:    Ultegra group set. Bulletproof. Commuting with zip.

Weaknesses:    Not sure...still looking.

Bottom Line:   

I love this bike. I use it everyday May-October (I just started riding it again which prompted me to write here) to commute to/from work a little over 6 miles each way. I average 16-20 mph depending on wind conditions. Last year I rode my first century ride on it, followed by 60 miles the next day....Dayton to Sandusky OH in 2 days. My body got tired, but my bike is a work-horse and didn't flinch. The bike shifts smooth as butter and absolutely flies. Did I mention I love this bike. Picked it up on craigslist several years back for 500. Best bike purchase ever. No regrets. Weighs under 20lbs easy if I strip all my lights, tools, and Topeak bag off.

Caveat: I put some Corsa Lite wheels, carbon post, and new saddle on my bike, otherwise it's stock. Mine is actually a 2006 model, which I think looks really sharp. Black, red, and chrome. Pick one up if you can still find it.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Colorado Roadbiker a Road Racer

Date Reviewed: December 25, 2010

Strengths:    Decent overall weight 21.5 lbs, Accelerates and climbs like a rocket, Very stable on down grade runs, Stiff and stable on sprints, Handles road shock well, Great as a road bike or a cross bike, I sold my 2009 CAAD9 after getting my FUJI on the trails and roads, The CAAD9 did not compare.

Weaknesses:    Have not really found any weaknesses in my bike as I built it from frame up to my specs

Bottom Line:   
I bought the Frame and Fork off Craigslist,
It came with only Ritchey Pro stem, Bar and seat post, all Ultegra components had been removed by seller to build a Carbon frame he had just bought. I ride mostly road racing so I built it for road, I also had a Cannondale CAAD9 that I sold shortly after getting my FUJI on the trails, I went with only a double ring crankset an EBC Halo Composite crank set with 50/34 Rings and a SRAM 9 speed Cassette with 12-23 gearing for the mountains, Shimano Tiagra top pull frt derailure, Shimano Ultegra rear derailure,
Having used Shimano Ultegra shifter/Brake levers on previous bikes and not being impressed I went with Forte dual function brake levers, prefering the dual shift levers plus a brake lever,instead of the single shift lever with a brake lever on Shimano, The FUJI cross pro is a killer bike in any configuration, It has no match as a road bike, it handles better and has better acceleration, climbs like a rocket. More impressive than the CAAD9.
I have put almost 3000 miles on bike in the year I've had it. I am completely happy with it.

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Favorite Ride:   Any and all

Price Paid:    $450.00

Purchased At:   Craigslist

Similar Products Used:   Cannondale CAAD9, Cannondale CAADX,

Bike Setup:   2009 FUJI Crosspro Built as a roadbike, Trashed Shimano Dual control levers in favor of Forte version, Mavic Aksium with Panasonic Panaracer road tires, Ritchie Pro Stem, Bars, Seat post, Forte Pro SL seat, Forte CR150 clipless pedals, double ring crankset an EBC Halo Composite crank set with 50/34 Rings, SRAM 9 speed Cassette with 12-23 gearing for the mountains, Shimano Tiagra top pull frt derailure, Shimano Ultegra rear derailure, TEKTRO cross brakeset, The Cross wheel set are Xero X-lite with Maxxis Knobbys,

Overall Rating:1
Value Rating:1
Submitted by chitown388 a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: October 28, 2010

Strengths:    Good price. Great ultegra components.

Weaknesses:    Low quality. Costly to own. Time consuming to maintain. Manufacturer not willing to back up their own product. Seller can't do much either.

Bottom Line:   
I ditched my '07 Trek X01 for this '08 Fuji Cross Pro. Great ride - especially on crushed lime stone trails. Good looks. Butter smooth shifting. Much easier to handle than the Trek X01.

Well, until it started to break. Had to pay for a new bottom bracket after 400 miles and 8mos. Warranty on the bracket was only for 6mos. Both front and rear wheel hubs went bad after 900 miles and 24mos. Even the hours of use was not much, unfortunately the time was after This time it was after 12mos. Went to performance repair shop many times. The problem would only be fixed temporarity. Fuji won't do anything. Performance can't get Fuji to do anything. It looks like the cross bike is not good with lime stone trails. According to performance repair shop, the problem was because I garden hosed the bike. Who would of thought washing a bike would break it! Either that or the bike is junk.

No more Fuji bike more me! Looks like there is really a reason why Trek is more well known.

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Price Paid:    $1350.00

Purchased At:   Performance Bike

Similar Products Used:   '07 Trek 01

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by jgrosko a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: June 25, 2010

Strengths:    Very Responsive, light weight 22lbs, best bang for your buck. I have had this bike on and off road, and it does outstanding.

Weaknesses:    Seat, other than that...none

Bottom Line:   
It is actually a 2009 but I could not select that year. Great Bike to say the least. I have done a ton of shopping and demo i.e. Kona Jake, Redline, Trek, Specialized, and Scott. All in a Cyclocross. This bike by far is the best bang fro your buck. Full Ultegra all around, carbon fork, ritchie stem and bars. WOW! This thing screams down the road and on Crushed Limestone. Seat is a little hard but that is a easy fix. This ais a definate buy. Before buying online, go sit on one to make sure it fits. I am 6-1" and I fit a 58cm.

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Favorite Ride:   Erie Canal Towpath

Price Paid:    $1050.00

Purchased At:   Performance Bikes

Similar Products Used:   Kona Jake, Specialized Allez Elite

Bike Setup:   Stock

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Latitude34 a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: May 25, 2010

Strengths:    Super lightweight, smooth yet stable ride, better than decent components, extremely durable, nice graphics, the bike just rules!

Weaknesses:    Fuji OEM saddle

Bottom Line:   
This is by far the best ride I've ever had, and I've owned several expensive bikes over the years from manufacturers such as Schwinn, Race Inc., Specialized, and Cannondale. I normally prefer American made bikes, but after briefly test riding the Cross Pro, I was sold. I'd call the Fuji Cross Pro “the Lexus of the bike world”. The overall ride on paved road is like floating on a cloud, once you change out the stock Fuji saddle. The bike also handles beautifully on dirt, or rock roads, or any surface for that matter thanks to the somewhat knobby tires. You definitely have a feeling of stability on even the most bumpy surfaces. The Cross Pro’s weight is phenomenal at a little over 21 pounds. If you needed to carry this bike over a long distance for any reason, it’s no problem, just throw it over your shoulder! The cost is very reasonable considering the bike’s weight, and the components were obviously expertly chosen for this rocket of a bike. I $hit canned my Cannondale MTB after I brought home the Fuji!

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Favorite Ride:   2008 Fuji Cross PRO

Price Paid:    $1500.00

Purchased At:   Performance Bikes

Similar Products Used:   None, this is my first crossover. Sold my Cannondale MTB after I bought the Fuji.

Bike Setup:   Specialized Lo Pro Mag 2 Platform Pedals, Terry Butterfly Ti Saddle, Cateye Strada Wireless Cycle Computer, Cateye LED Lighting.

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