At Top Cycle Shops
At Top Cycle Shops
In general the performance increases as the model numbers drop, so a 1.1 is higher up the range than a 2.5.
However, there are usually a good number of Fuji bikes available in sales with significant discounts on previous years' models. The designs don't change that much from year to year, so you don't need the current year's version, you could grab a very good bargain.
We haven't found any of these bikes at discount at the moment, but there are 21 bikes on sale which you can see using the link above or the left hand menu.
This group of race bikes includes the Altamira, which is probably the most popular and the most versatile, with an emphasis with the top specification bikes on being great for climbing. Prices for the Fuji Altamira cover the mid to top performance bracket from around £1200 up to £5000. If its outright lightness in a race bike that you need, then the newly launched Fuji SL bikes are worth a look, as that is their specific design aim. Top models don't come cheap though; you can pay up to £8000, but that would be for the top 1.1 pro-level bike.
At more of an entry level, comes the Roubaix and the Women specific Supreme, both typically around the £1000 mark for a good specification.
There are 2 Gran bikes available at discounts, including the Sportif 1.3 Disc Road Bike (2018) for £744.99 and the Fuji Sportif 1.3 Disc Road Bike 2018 for £744.99. Chain Reaction Cycles, Wiggle, have a sale on these bikes and various offers available.The biggest percentage saving is 46% on the Fuji Sportif 1.3 Disc Road Bike (2018) , giving a saving of £655.00 and on sale at Wiggle
As might be expected, the design of this range concentrates on making bikes for speed, but with sufficient comfort to be great on long rides and the Gran Fondo name is a pretty big clue. Its available from around £1500 up to £3500, depending on components and Fuji have joined the recent trend by providing Gran Fondo disc braked bikes with the top models being hydraulic.
In this range there is also the Fuji Sportif, based on an alloy frame and aimed at the entry to mid-level price range, with both disc and rim-brakes available, to make it an extremely adaptable bike, with an emphasis on comfort as well as reasonable speed. The geometry has also been altered to give the Fuji Finest, which is the equivalent women's specific model.
We haven't found any of these bikes at discount at the moment, but there are 10 bikes on sale which you can see using the link above or the left hand menu.
This section includes Fuji's Aero and Triathlon bike models. If its outright speed on relatively flat races that you need, then the Fuji Transonic group of bikes will fit the bill. Ranging between around £2500 to £3500, these are full race performance bikes, with most design aspects focussed on aero shapes to minimise wind drag.
For full Triathlon races and Time Trials there is also a specific bike that Fuji have included in their range, namely the Norcom. Again, this is available with different performance specifications, giving prices from £2500 to £4500.