Fuji Bikes Reviews and News


Review: Fuji SL 1.3 road bike


This sub-15-pound climbing machine comes stock with the best-in-class Shimano Dura Ace Di2 drivetrain. But does this ultra-lightweight bike deliver true uphill efficiency?

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First Ride Review: Fuji SL 1.3 lightweight climbing bike


One of the year’s most anticipated bikes just showed up for testing, Fuji’s new lightweight SL 1.3 climbing machine. Launched at this year’s Vuelta España, the claimed weight for the SL frame is a staggering 695 grams. Our test bike’s out of the box weight: a barely UCI-illegal 14.17 pounds.

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New Fuji SL road bike 20 percent lighter than predecessor


New SL is improved version of the Fuji Altamira with new innovations such as an octagonal downtube of high-tensile strength carbon, injection-molded cable stops, and a frame with only four bonded joints.

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Review: 2015 Fuji Transonic 2.1 aero road bike


Speedster from Fuji feels fast while sprinting or descending, has a wonderful ride quality, and is spec’d with an excellent component group.

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Interbike: Six new race-ready cyclocross bikes


From budget bikes to budget breakers, there are new cyclocross offerings for every level of racer.

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Mega Tech Gallery: Race bikes for all 22 Tour de France teams


Every member of the pro peloton has access to a dedicated time trial machine, plus at least two or three road bikes. Aero, lightweight, compliant – there’s usually a bike that focuses specifically on one of those coveted characteristics. Here are some – but certainly not all – of those beautiful race machines.

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First Look Gallery: Fuji Norcom TT Bikes


Philadelphia-based bike maker Fuji launches its new Norcom Straight time trial bikes, which it claims set a new standard for fit, speed, and performance.

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Fuji to be Official Bike Sponsor of Team NetApp-Endura


(Philadelphia, PA) September 6, 2012 – Fuji Bikes is pleased to announce that it will be the official bike sponsor of the highest ranked German professional cycling team, Team NetApp-Endura, for the 2013 and 2014 seasons. Penned at Eurobike in Friedrichshafen, Germany on Friday, August 31st, the 2-year sponsorship agreement marks Fuji’s re-entry into the […]

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Fuji D-6 Special Edition Triathlon Frame Review


Fuji D-6 Special Edition Triathlon Frame Review – By Twain Mein MSRP: $2499 for this Special Edition C-10 high modulus frame in matte-black Also available fully built, the Fuji D-6 1.0 and 2.0 range from $5619 to $8119. The Fuji D-6 3.0 and 4.0 have a slightly heavier frame and retail from $2449 to $2799. […]

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Fuji’s First World Tour Win of 2012!


Philadelphia, PA – From an end-of-the-season Grand Tour victory to a first-of-the-year World Tour win, Fuji proved today – perhaps more than ever – that it belongs in the pro peloton. Staying away for an entire stage, Will Clarke – racing for Uni-SA (University of South Australia national team) before joining his Champion System teammates […]

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Featured User Review: Fuji Touring Road Bike


Featured User Review: Fuji Touring Road Bike by Ray Lovinggood Price: $800.00 at Cycle Logic Overall Rating: 4 of 5 Value Rating: 5 of 5 Bike Setup: Headlight: Cygolite Expilion 250 Taillight: PDW Dangerzone Rack Pack: Lone Peak RP-700 (used every day) Baskets: Basil Cardiff (installed and used occasionally). Fenders: SKS to be installed very […]

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Fuji to be Official Bike Sponsor of Historic Asian Cycling Team


(Philadelphia, PA) December 22, 2011 – Fuji Bikes is pleased to announce that it will be the official bike sponsor of the first-ever pro-continental cycling team based in Asia: Champion System. Born out of a desire to grow the sport of cycling in Asia, as well as create an avenue of opportunity for Asian cyclists […]

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World Champion Bronzini To Ride Fuji in 2012


Philadelphia, PA – World Road Champion Giorgia Bronzini announced Monday that she will race with Fuji-sponsored Diadora-Pasta Zara for the 2012 season. A multiple Giro d’Italia Femminile, Trophee d’Or Femminile, and Giro della Toscana stage winner, the 28-year-old Italian sprinter won her second consecutive UCI World Championships Road title just last month in Copenhagen. “We […]

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Fuji Wins Vuelta Stage 15!


Cobo wins Vuelta Stage 15! Cobo, GEOX-TMC lead the Vuelta! In the most brutal stage of the 2011 Vuelta a España, featuring one of cycling’s most notorious climbs, GEOX-TMC’s Juan Jose Cobo did the unthinkable. Not only did he leave his competitors in the dust as he powered up the famed Angliru climb’s 22 percent […]

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Fuji’s Giro Campaign Debut


Philadelphia, PA – ASI, parent company of Fuji Bikes, is pleased to announce the kickoff of Fuji’s 2011 Giro Campaign! Deemed the hardest Giro ever by fans and riders alike, this year’s Giro d’Italia will traverse 3,494 kilometers of rugged terrain. The course features seven mountaintop finishes and totals 2,236 meters in elevation. To tackle […]

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Fuji-sponsored Team Diadora-Pasta Zara Presented in Italy


Philadelphia, PA- Fresh off their first victory of the season with Alona Andruk’s 1st place finish in the final stage of the Tour of New Zealand, the Diadora-Pasta Zara women’s professional cycling team held their official team presentation at Diadora headquarters in Caerano di San Marco, Italy over the weekend. Slated to be one of […]

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Team Geox-TMC Presented in Padova, Italy


Philadelphia, PA – Fuji-sponsored professional cycling team GEOX-TMC held its official 2011 team presentation at the Gran Teatro Geox Theatre in Padova, Italy on Saturday, February 12. Thirteen of the team’s 23 riders were on hand for the presentation, including Matthias Brandle, Giampaolo Cheula, Juan Jose Cobo, Daniele Colli, David De la Fuente, Fabio Duarte, […]

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GEOX-TMC Team Jersey Unveiled


Philadelphia, PA – With the 2011 UCI racing season in full swing following the Australian season opener, Team GEOX-TMC unveiled its much-anticipated, official team jersey Monday. Designed by GEOX in collaboration with the team’s other co-sponsors and produced by Italian sportswear leader Diadora , the team jersey is black and white with distinctive Diadora neon […]

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Cyclists helping one of their own


PHILADELPHIA – A tale of ultimate survival and human kindness, Damian Lopez Alphonso’s story is one that needs to be told. He’s not only captured the hearts of those he’s met and raced with; he’s inspired an outpouring of support from the cycling community at large. At age 13, while trying to retrieve a kite […]

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Fuji to Unveil New Ultralight at Vuelta


PHILADELPHIA, PA – Fuji announced today that Footon-Servetto’s Enrique Mata will debut the new Altamira road bike. At a mere 815 grams, and constructed out of Fuji’s highest-level proprietary D6 carbon, the Altamira frame is the lightest, strongest race bike they’ve ever produced. “We specifically chose to debut the Altamira at the Vuelta, as the […]

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Fuji Bikes to Debut New Golden Bike at Tour de France


Philadelphia, PA – Fuji Bikes will introduce a new team edition bike under the Footon-Servetto-Fuji team at this year’s Tour de France. The 111 year old bicycle company looks to commemorate its debut in the world’s grandest tour with a fresh new “golden” look for the Spanish squad. The gold bike, which was introduced initially […]

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Yahoo! Cycling Team’s 2010 Fuji SL-1 Pro – Pro Review


Yahoo! Cycling Team‘s 2010 Fuji SL-1 Pro Reviewed – by Twain Mein Well-built, no nonsense race bike C-7 Carbon Fiber frame Size M/L tested (“53″ size, 55.5 cm effective top tube) 2010 SRAM Force throughout Reynolds Attack Carbon Clinchers (1450 grams) Vittoria Rubino Pro II tires 11-26 cassette, 53×39 standard crank 120 mm Fuji Stem […]

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Pro Triathlete Tim O'Donnell Signs with Fuji


PHILADELPHIA, PA – Fuji bicycles is proud to announce its newest sponsored athlete, Timothy O’Donnell. A competitive triathlete since he was a junior at the U.S. Naval Academy in 2001, Tim has achieved incredible success in a short amount of time – most recently having smashed the course record at the St. Croix 70.3. “We […]

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