Nevada 29 1.7

$749.99
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Color: Satin Gray

A staple in the Fuji mountain-bike lineup, available in 29" or 27.5" wheel sizes, the Nevada combines a tried and true hardtail frame and solid components to take your off-road adventures to the next level.


Technical Specifications
  • Sizes

    S, M, L, XL, XXL

    Color(s)

    Satin Gray, Cyan

    Frame

    Fuji A2-SL custom-butted alloy front triangle, Fuji A1-SL alloy rear triangle

    Fork

    SR Suntour SF19-XCT30-HLO-DS-29, hydraulic lockout, 100mm

    Crankset

    Prowheel, 42/34/24T

    Bottom Bracket

    Sealed cartridge bearing

    Pedals

    Resin platform

    Front Derailleur

    Shimano Tourney

    Rear Derailleur

    Shimano Acera

    Shifters

    Shimano Altus, Rapid Fire, 3 x 8-speed

    Cassette

    Shimano HG31, 11-34T

  • Chain

    KMC HV700

    Wheelset

    WTB SX19 rims 32H, Formula DC-20 front, DC-22 rear hubs, black spokes

    Tires

    WTB Ranger Comp, 29" x 2.25", 27tpi

    Brakeset

    Tektro HD-M275, 180/160mm rotors

    Brake Levers

    Tektro HD-M275

    Headset

    1 1/8" sealed bearings

    Handlebar

    Fuji flat bar, alloy, 710mm

    Stem

    Fuji, forged aluminum, +/-6¬į

    Grips

    Fuji Performance Grip

    Saddle

    Fuji Performance Saddle

    Seat post

    Fuji, alloy, 30.9mm

    Weight

    14.93 kg / 32.92 lbs

*Specifications are subject to change without notice
Geometry
Size S M L XL XXL
Bike Size 15" 17" 19" 21" 23"
A Seat Tube, Center To Top 370 420 470 520 560
C Top Tube, Effective 591 611 636 653 672
D Head Tube Length 95 105 110 120 130
E Seat Tube Angle 73¬į 73¬į 73¬į 73¬į 73¬į
G Head Tube Angle 69¬į 69¬į 69¬į 69¬į 69¬į
H Chainstay Length 450 450 450 450 450
I Wheelbase 1113.5 1134 1160 1177.5 1197
J Bottom Bracket Drop 55 55 55 55 55
K Fork Offset 46 46 46 46 46
M Stack 611.5 621 625.5 635 644
N Reach 404 421 445 459 475
O Standover 781 809 834.5 862 886

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Customer Reviews

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Feels Good but There Are Some Major Quality Issues

I want to like the Nevada. It rides well, I like how it handles and how it looks. The reality is that I have dealt with a large number of parts failing in quick succession. Within three weeks of only riding on paved trails the derailleur hanger snapped, causing the derailleur to get tangled in the chain. My bike shop gave me a free tune up and replaced the parts (front and rear derailleur) and said that they had never seen a new bike fail so bad. Somehow the chain has also gotten stuck between the frame and the crankset, scraping the frame. Now, three months after buying it, the bottom bracket appears to be failing, I have had to disassemble and reassemble the front shifter when it stopped working, and the disk breaks appear to be rubbing on the pads.

All said, these are cheap parts that won't cost much to replace, and really you should be upgrading them anyways, but it's pretty disheartening to deal with this on a new bike. I've dealt with fewer issues on a 10 year old bike with the same group sets. I had planned on getting a second Nevada for winter commuting but I will be looking elsewhere now.

Hello and thank you for your feedback. We would really appreciate the opportunity to learn more about these issues and how we can make things right. Please email customerservice@fujibikes.com and we would be happy to look further into this.

Thank you for your business!

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