Fuji Cross 1.3 Cyclocross Bike 2020
Fuji Cross 1.3 Cyclocross Bike 2020
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2020 Fuji Cross 1.3 CX Bike
Regardless of whether your racing in mud, gravel-grinding, commuting or training in the roughest weather, the Fuji Cross has your back.
It features ultra-reliable components and a world-class frame and fork construction that's perfect for carving trails, hopping kerbs and beating personal bests. This modern revelation is lightweight, fast and stable, and takes you anywhere with confidence, efficiency and style. Plus, its world-class design fills you with confidence as you approach the steepest climbs, rocket down the sloppiest descents and when darting through inner-city traffic.
SRAM Apex 1x11 Drivetrain and Hydraulic Disc Brakes Fuji has fitted a top-level component spec to this superb race-ready construction. This versatile cyclocross bike features an aluminium frame with modern geometry for lightweight durability and the perfect sitting position. Plus, it's equipped with a full carbon fork at the front for enhanced steering responsiveness and to soak up bumps and knocks from the terrain beneath you.
With a SRAM 1x11 drivetrain and hydraulic disc brakes at its core, this bike shifts between gears with ultra-smooth precision and applies sensational braking power in all weather conditions. Additionally, it rolls aboard Vera Corsa wheels wrapped in Challenge Grifo tyres for enhanced acceleration and immense grip wherever you ride.
Frame: A6-SL super-butted 6066 Aluminium w/ shaped top tube & integrated tapered head tube w/ 1 1/2" lower, PF30 shell, double water bottle mounts, forged dropouts w/ flat-mount disc system, 12mm convertible thru-axle system w/ replaceable hanger.
Fork: FC-440 Cross Carbon Monocoque, 12mm thru-axle w/ flat-mount disc system, tapered steerer.
Headset: FSA, 1 1/8" upper - 1 1/2" lower, integrated.
Crankset: Oval Concepts 300, forged 6066 Alloy arms, Praxis 40T.
Bottom Bracket: Praxis conversion bottom bracket.
Rear Derailleur: SRAM Apex 1.
Gear Shifters: SRAM Apex 1 DoubleTap, 11-speed.
Brakes: SRAM Apex 1 DoubleTap.
Cassette: SRAM PG-1130, 11-32T.
Chain: KMC X11 with MissingLink.
Wheelset: Vera Corsa DPD22, 24/28h Alloy disc hubs.
Tyres: Challenge Grifo 700 x 33c, 60tpi, folding.
Handlebars: Oval Concepts 310 Ergo, 6061 Alloy, 31.8mm clamp, 133mm drop, 4 degrees sweep.
Stem: Oval Concepts 313, 3D-forged 6061 stem body, +/-7 degrees.
Bar Tape: Anti-Slip Silicone.
Saddle: Oval Concepts 238, Steel rail.
Seatpost: Oval Concepts 300, 6061 Alloy, 27.2mm diameter.
|Cross 1.3 Cyclocross Bike Specification|
|Bikes Type||Cyclocross Bikes|
|Type||11 speed, Disc, Single Chainring|
|Retailer||Chain Reaction Cycles|
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Founded in 1899, Fuji is a Japanese manufacturer of bikes, taking it's name from the iconic Mount Fuji. Initially they imported US made bikes, but shortly afterwards began production on their own Japanese made range. By the 1920s, they had become the most popular bike manufacturer in Japan, and within the next decade had founded the first stage race in their home country, which was won on their bike. In the 1950's, export began to the US, and their brand reached huge popularity in the 1970s. Despite hard times in the 1990s, Fuji survived, and today produces a huge range of competitive Mountain, Road and Cyclocross Bikes.