Fuji models with endurance geometry feature a taller headtube and longer chainstays that put the rider in a more upright riding position and increases bicycle stability. Models with endurance geometry still provide a fast and spirited ride but without the discomfort of an aggressive race posture.
Strategically placed braze-ons are ready to accept most aftermarket racks, further increasing the utility of your bike.
Frame and forks are configured to accept most aftermarket fenders turning your bike into an all weather machine.
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.
Disc brakes take less effort at the lever for better modulation and improved braking performance, particular for smaller hands.
S (15"), M (17"), L (19")
Fuji A2-SL custom butted alloy
Fuji A1 alloy
Shimano Acera, 48/36/26T w/ chainguard
Shimano Acera EF652, EZ Fire, 3 x 9-speed
Shimano Acera, 11-32T
Alex double wall rims 32h, stainless spokes
Kenda Journey, 700 x 32c, w/ K-shield flat protection
Tektro M280 mechanical disc, 160mm rotors
Alloy, 20mm rise
Velo comfort sport
Selle Royal Milo+ Women's
|A||Seat Tube, Center To Top||381||432||483|
|C||Top Tube, Effective||519||539||555|
|D||Head Tube Length||135||150||170|
|E||Seat Tube Angle||75°||74°||73°|
|G||Head Tube Angle||69°||70°||71°|
|J||Bottom Bracket Drop||60||60||60|
|Seat Post Diameter||27.2||27.2||27.2|
*Fuji’s Size Guide shows suggested sizes. For the most accurate sizing please visit your local authorized Fuji retailer for a bike fit and a test ride.