Fuji Bicycles Aloha CF2 Triathlon Bike

Aloha CF2

  • Main frame: Monocoque High Modulus C-7 carbon
  • Crankset: NEW FSA Team Issue
  • Bottom bracket: FSA MegaExo exterior bearing system
  • Chain: Shimano 105 10-speed
  • Shifters: Shimano Dura Ace, SL-BS78, 20-speed
  • Headset: V.P.1 1/8" Integrated Road, with convex hollow alloy 25mm spacer
  • Saddle: Fuji Custom TRI w/Cro-Mo rails
  • Seat post: Fuji Carbon Pro Aero, 300mm
  • Handlebar: FSA Vision Tech TriMax Plus Integrated- flat
  • Stem: FSA Vision Tech TriMax

User Reviews (1)

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Alaska Mike   Road Racer [May 07, 2009]
Strength:

Stiff, yet comfortable frame. Multiple seatposts to fine-tune positioning. Spacers for adjusting armrest height.

Weakness:

Brakes. The Cane Creek brakes just don't stop all that well- not a huge deal in TTs but more important on training rides. I might try different pads once these wear a bit more. The groupset runs the gamut from Dura Ace to 105, which is interesting but not really noticeable.

I was out looking for a carbon racing bike, and had tried most everything in my price range without any great enthusiasm. On a whim, I demoed this ride and instantly fell in love. I don't know if it was the aero position on what is essentially a road geometry frame or some combination of factors, but I felt at home- bad back and all. I liked the bike so much I started entering time trials just to justify the purchase. After a few months of riding it, I went in to get the fit dialed in. Other than a couple minor adjustments, the fitter was impressed how well I "naturally" fit the bike.

Similar Products Used: Demos- Cervelo P2 SL,Cannondale Slice 3, Fuji Aloha 1.0
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
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