Kestrel Fin-1-2

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….

Bighorn Rear-1

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.

Fuji Mtn-2

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.

Kestrel Fin2-1 Fuji CX fork-1

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.

FujiBikes.com

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Mac
Mac
6 years ago

If that bighorn 1.1 gets under 2k during a sale at Performance, I’ll buy one.

Mac
Mac
6 years ago

Specs on the fuji website confirm a FULL xt kit except the chain. Not too shabby

AbelF
AbelF
6 years ago

Those are some very good prices!!!

Smokestack
Smokestack
6 years ago

This is exactly what I’ve been looking for from manufacturers- solid spec, simple but tested suspension, good price. The Reveals may not be glamorous, but their honest working spec’ed rigs. If I didn’t work in a shop, I would be aiming at one of those. My only gripe is the high pivot point. Something in line with a 30-34 ring would fair better under most riders. I loved my old Bullitt, but the times have changed. Even still, tip o’ the hat, Fuji. I will easily recommend your bikes to folks on a budget. I look forward to a long term beat down review.