Fuji has been busy this year and even having just released a couple of brand new mountain and carbon road bikes, they didn’t come close to stopping there. Sticking to offering high quality bikes at a better value, Fuji fills in the gaps with these new offerings.
Jump past the break and see what the price of “fun” costs these days….
The Bighorn is their new “plus” offering; an aluminum hard tail that comes well equipped. BOTH models come stock with dropper posts and two solid build kits. The Bighorn 1.1 comes with a 1×11 XT build, Fox 34 Float, and KS LEV dropper post retailing for $2,500, and the 1.3 with an XT/SLX mix, Reba RL fork, and KS eTEN Integra dropper post brings it down to a scant $1,900.
To get more people on quality full squish bikes, Fuji took the classic single pivot design and decent build kits to create a price point, highly capable, full suspension mountain bike. The Reveal 1.1 comes with an XT/Deore build and Manitou Minute fork for only $1,580 and the 1.3 gets a more entry level “off-roadable” build at only $1,370.
Lastly, Fuji makes a minor, but worthy change to their popular Altamira CX bike with a new thru-axle disc carbon fork. The new fork should prove to be stiffer as well as more dependable in less than stellar conditions.