Friday, May 16, 2014

2014 Fuji Sportif 1.1 C — All Around Efficiency and — Disc Brakes!

Sporty and Comfortable, The Fuji Sportif 1.1 C is a Great Choice When You Want to be Comfortable No Matter the Length of the Ride.



Riders looking for their first road bike to explore miles of country roads or who even see racing in their future. The Fuji Sportif 1.1 2014 Road Bike, A2-SL double-butted aluminium tubing, carbon fork, and wheels from in-house brand Vera achieve the perfect balance of comfort, quality, and value. Integrated shifting from Shimano ensures riders remain in control when shifting gears on the most challenging roads.


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The Fuji Sportif 1.1 features a drivetrain with Shimano Tiagra 10-speed components. The drivetrain involves the front and rear derailleurs, chain, shifters and crankset. Together, they supply you gear options as the road grade steepens or declines. The Shimano Tiagra shifters, with a reach adjustable ergonomic design and integrated Optical Gear Display, transfer a change in cable tension to the wide link rear derailleur for precise and efficient gear shifts. The Sportif 1.1 C has compact gearing which allows you to ride comfortably up and down hills.

Fuji's First Road Disc Option
See the 2014 Sportif 2.3 Review HERE


The Sportif 1.1 C frame features Fuji's proprietary A2-SL lightweight aluminum tubing. The frame tubes are double butted for increased strength and frame longevity. The tapered chain and seat stays, or rear triangle, keep the Sportif design focused on providing hours of road comfort by reducing road feedback. An FC-770 carbon fork and alloy steerer is integrated to further reduce unwanted vibration.
 
Vera Corsa wheels and Vera Helios tires are combined to be durable. The less time you spend on the side of the road you spend fixing a flat, the better. With features like Suede padded tape, a road tuned Oval R300 saddle, it's easy to see why a road ride looks so promising.

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