The Fuji Transonic 2.1 is a great value for riders who enjoy sprinting for the town line (click to enlarge).
The Lowdown: 2015 Fuji Transonic 2.1
Fuji has a history of offering great bikes at a great value, but the Transonic line broke new ground. Could Fuji's interpretation of the aero road bike continue that heritage? The answer, for the most part, is yes. During testing, the Transonic 2.1 was noticeably fast while sprinting and descending, had wonderful ride quality, and an excellent component group at a reasonable price. The lone detractor was climbing ability. This is not the bike to chase mountaintop KOMs. Bottom line, the Fuji Transonic 2.1 is a great value for cyclists who like go after the town line sprint, but not as attractive for weight-weenie climbing specialists.