Fuji Absolute's geometry strikes a balance between speed and comfort, making it great for the fitness-minded rider, or the urbanite looking to ride to work or run errands. Its A2-SL aluminum frame is lightweight and features a step-through design to make it easy to get on and off the bike. Lightweight aluminum wheels keep the rolling weight low and easily handle rough roads, and hilly terrain will be a breeze thanks to a wide-range Shimano drivetrain that won’t let you down. Linear pull brakes provide reliable stopping confidence, and comfort comes standard on the Absolute, thanks to a handlebar and stem from Oval Concepts plus a sport comfort saddle.
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Constructed of custom-butted A2-SL aluminum that is both strong and lightweight, the Traverse is a city trekking bike with do-it-all attitude. Equipped with a suspension fork and disc brakes, it blends the stable handling and durability of a mountain bike with the speed and precision of a road bike. Fuji’s PowerCurve down tube provides great torsional stiffness for efficient power transfer, and S-bend chainstays allow ample tire clearance. For work commutes, errands around town, and path rides through the woods, a wide range of gears keep you moving efficiently. Disc brakes provide superior stopping power in wet weather, and a chainring guard protects your pant leg from grease marks. For true all-purpose use, rack and fender mounts add carrying capacity and all-weather utility.
Riders who prefer a comfortable, upright position and who want the assist of an electric motor have found their sweet spot in the E-Crosstown. With a rear hub motor that can scoot you along at up to 20mph, plus a walk assist mode, the E-Crosstown is perfect for your relaxed outings. - Constructed of double-butted A1-SL aluminum that is both strong and lightweight. - Taller head tube puts the rider in a more upright position for enhanced comfort. - Rear hub pedal assist motor has 250w of rated power, up to 20mph. - Shimano hydraulic disc brakes provide great stopping power and smooth modulation.
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