Fuji’s mid-level aluminum and most widely used frame material which has a double butted profile in the frame tubes that reduces material in low stress areas and creates a lightweight frame that is extremely durable.
Cables are routed inside the frames tubes for improved aerodynamics, longer cable life and a clean aesthetic.
Thru-axles slide through a closed dropout increasing wheel security and the overall lateral stiffness of a frame creating a bike that has precise steering and optimal control.
A rotor at the wheel axle and brake calipers mounted to the rear stay of the bicycle and fork are used for stopping and slowing. Disc brakes provide increased brake modulation and power compared to a rim brake, which increases your control of the bike no matter what the terrain or weather.
Boost hub spacing is a wider hub standard, 110m front and 148mm rear. These wider hub flanges help to create stiffer wheels as well as improve frame geometry by allowing shorter chainstays with clearance for larger volume tires.