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Fuji Tahoe 27-5 1.3 CrossCountry

$50 - 3 hours, $4, $3, $2, $1 . . . extra hours.

$75 - 24 hours.

$50 - second day.

$30 - third day.

Week - $275.

Size: M - 19”

Main frame: Fuji A2-SL custom-butted alloy w/ PowerCurve down tube, smooth welds, hydroformed top tube, tapered 1 1/8” - 1.5” head tube, BB91 bottom bracket.

Rear triangle: Fuji A2-SL custom-butted alloy monostay w/ hydroformed chainstay, cold-forged dropout, post disc mount and replaceable hanger.

Fork: Fox 32 FLOAT 27.5 Evolution CTD w/ remte lock out, 15mm thru axle, tapered alloy steerer, remote lockout, 100mm travel.

Crank set: Shimano Deore, M615 w/ integrated spindle, 38/24T.

Boottom Bracket: Shimano BB91 press-fit.

Front Derailleur: Shimano Deore, M616, 34.9mm.

Rear Derailleur: Shimano Deore XT, M786 SGS Shadow, 10-speed.

Shifters: Shimano Deore, M610i Rapid Fire, 10-speed.

Cassette: Shimano Deore HG62, 11-36T, 10-speed.

Chain: KMC X10, 10-speed.

Wheelset: Formula CL-81 front / Formula CL-36 rear, 32H disc hubs, Sun Inferno 23 rims.

Tires: Schwalbe Racing Ralph, 27.5” x 2.25” folding, 67 tpi.

Brake set: Shimano Deore M615 hydraulic, 180mm/160mm rotor.

Brake levers: Shimano Deore M615 hydraulic.

Headset: FSA 1 1/8” - 1.5”, sealed cartridge bearings.

Handlebar: Oval M250, alloy riser bar, 9° sweep, 31.8mm diameter, 710mm wide, +/- 5mm rise.

Stem: Oval M313, 3D-forged alloy, 31.8mm clamp diameter, 6° rise.

Tape/Grip: Oval dual-density Kraton, lock-on.

Saddle: Oval M400 w/ CrMo rails.

Seat post: Oval M300, alloy double-bolt micro-adjust, 31.6mm x 350mm.

WEIGHT: 26.40lbs / 12.00kg


Fuji Tahoe 27-5 1.1 CrossCountry

$50 - 3 hours, $4, $3, $2, $1 . . . extra hours.

$75 - 24 hours.

$50 - second day.

$30 - third day.

Week - $275.

Size: M/L - 21”

Main frame: Fuji A2-SL custom-butted alloy w/ PowerCurve down tube, smooth welds, hydroformed top tube, tapered 1 1/8” - 1.5” head tube, BB91 bottom bracket.

Rear triangle: Fuji A2-SL custom-butted alloy monostay w/ hydroformed chainstay, cold-forged dropout, post disc mount and replaceable hanger.

Fork: Fox 32 FLOAT 27.5 Evolution CTD w/ remote lock out, 15mm thru axle, tapered alloy steerer, remote lockout, 100mm travel.

Crankset: Shimano SLX, M675 hollow Tech II w/ integrated spindle, 38/24T.

Bottom bracket: Shimano BB91 press-fit.

Front derailleur: Shimano Deore SLX, M676D, 34.9mm.

Rear derailleur: Shimano Deore XT, M786 SGS Shadow, 10-speed.

Shifters: Shimano SLX, M670 Rapid Fire, 20/30-speed.

Cassette: Shimano HG62, 11-36T, 10-speed.

Chain: KMC X10, 10-speed.

Wheelset: Shimano SLX M678 front / M675 rear, 32H Center Lock disc hubs, Sun Inferno 23 rims.

Tires: Schwalbe Racing Ralph, 27.5” x 2.25” folding, 67 tpi.

Brake set: Shimano SLX M675, hydraulic disc, 180/160mm rotor.

Brake levers: Shimano SXL M675 hydraulic disc w/ Inspec.

Headset: FSA 1 1/8” - 1.5”, sealed cartridge bearings.

Handlebar: Oval M650, alloy riser bar, 9° sweep, 31.8mm diameter, 710mm wide, +/- 5mm rise.

Stem: Oval M713, 3D-forged alloy, 31.8mm clamp diameter, 6° rise.

Saddle: Oval M600 w/ hollow CrMo rails.

Seat post: Oval M750, alloy double-bolt micro-adjust, 31.6mm x 400mm.

Weight: 25.96lbs / 11.80kg


27-5+ Bikes

Fuji Beartooth One.3

First three hours - $35.  Subsequent hours: $4, $3, $2, $1 . . .

24 hours - $65.  48 hours - $90.  3 days - $125.  Four to seven days $40 per day.

Available in size L (19"), XL (21"), XXL (23").

Color: Satin Dark Grey w/ Gloss Black and Satin Apple Green

Frame: Fuji A2-SL custom-butted alloy front triangle w/ PowerCurve down tube, oversized seat tube,
tapered 1 1/8” - 1.5” head tube, Fuji A1-SL alloy rear triangle w/ S-bend chainstays, post disc mount,
148x12mm cold-forged dropout and replaceable hanger

Fork: HL 868 HL/O Coil 27.5+ w/ tapered aluminum steerer, Boost 110x15mm Thru axle, 120mm travel

Crank set: Samox, 36/22T

Boottom Bracket: Samox

Front Derailleur: Shimano Deore, 34.9mm

Rear Derailleur: Shimano Deore, 9-speed

Shifters: Shimano Altus, Rapid Fire, 9-speed

Cassette: Shimano HG200-9, 11-34T, 9-speed

Chain: KMC X9, 9-speed

Wheelset: Vera Terra PLUS XM35 rims 32h, Formula DC-711, Boost 110x15mm front, Formula DHT-148, Boost 148x12mm rear disc hubs, 14g stainless black spokes

Tires: Vera Eos, 27.5” x 3.0”, 60tpi

Brake set: Tektro HD-M290, hydraulic disc, 180mm rotors

Brake levers: Tektro HD-M290, hydraulic disc

Headset: FSA NO.42, 1 1/8” - 1.5”, caged bearings

Handlebar: Oval Concepts flat bar, 6061 alloy, 9° sweep, 31.8mm clamp

Stem: Oval Concepts 600AM, 3D-forged 6061 stem body, 0° Oval Concepts 600, single lock on, single density Kraton

Saddle: Oval Concepts 200, steel rail

Seat post: Oval Concepts, 6061 alloy, 30.9mm diameter

WEIGHT: 14.38kg / 31.63lbs



FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION:  What is a Plus bike?

ANSWER:  A Plus bike is in-between a hardtail mountain bike and a fat tire bike.  On the spectrum between summer and winter riding, the traits that distinguish the three different bike types are the width and diameter of the wheel and tire, the width of the bikes' chainstay and seatstay, and whether the fork has suspension.
      
The tire width of a new + bike is typically 3 inches while the typical Fat tire bike width is about 4.5."  Mountain bike tires for summer riding are about 2.1" wide.  A + bike is faster on packed snow than a Fat bike but a Fat bike is better for softer, deeper snow.  A hardtail sinks into snow except when it is a very hard suface like ice in which case it would slip unless set up with studs.

To accommodate a 3" wide tire the chainstay and seatstay of the + bike frame is wider than that of a hardtail but not as wide as those on a Fatty.  Consequently, + bikes are almost always lighter.  Most + frames are wide enough to accept up to a 3.5" wide tire.  While they're not available yet, a 27-5 x 3.5 studded tire would be ideal for most winter riding.  When summer comes, switch back to the original 3" wide knobby tire and when that wears out to an even narrower tire with the tread of your choice thereby making your + bike into a durable all-season bike.  A Plus bike tire has a 27.5" diameter while Fat tires are almost always 26."   

Plus bikes come with a front suspension fork that locks out while Fat bike forks are almost always rigid. 

The foregoing traits make + bikes very versatile and the "the next big thing" in the bike industry.
Click here to read more: http://www.bikemag.com/gear/mean-27-plus-29-plus-bikes/