What kind of frame does a Fuji SL have?
When every gram matters, ingenuity follows through High Compaction molding and the reduction of bonded joints, the SL delivers a featherlight frame without compromising on stiffness. Whether rim or disc brakes, the SL is in an elite class of superlight bicycles and is elevating Fuji to a higher level.
What kind of mountain bike is the SLM 29?
Fuji’s SLM 29 1.1 is made for the rider who wants a cross-country machine that’s ready to race, right out of the box. It can be ridden directly from the shop to the podium of any local mountain bike race series.
When did the first fuji mountain bike come out?
Using the symbol of Mount Fuji to exemplify its dedication to creating strong and dominating products, Fuji has been producing bicycles since 1899. Seeing the turn of two centuries, they’ve had quite some time to develop and refine quality bicycles that are often offered at a more affordable price than many of their competitors.
What kind of geometry does a Fuji race bike use?
Fuji race geometry provides a low and aggressive position on the bike and is designed to get the most performance from the rider and their machine. Each frame size uses unique carbon layups and tube diameters, as a 46cm rider does not require the same stiffness a 61cm rider needs.
How are cables routed on a Fuji Bike?
Cables are routed inside the frames tubes for improved aerodynamics, longer cable life and a clean aesthetic. Each frame size uses unique carbon layups and tube diameters, as a 46cm rider does not require the same stiffness a 61cm rider needs.
What kind of molding does a Fuji Bike use?
Fuji’s premium ultra high modulous carbon material that produces the lightest and stiffest frames in the Fuji line. High compaction molding uses an advanced composite manufacturing process that uses a series of internal molds to make the inside wall of the frame as smooth as the outside.