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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Fuji Jari. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
18 reasons to buy
- The Fuji Jari is equally suited to commuting or the exploration of less-traveled roads.
- This bike can be run with either 700c or 650b wheels and tires.
- Fuji offers the Jari with both carbon and aluminum frame options.
- The cables on the bike are internally routed, giving it a clean appearance.
- Mounting points on the top tube of the Jari allow riders an attachment point for a Bento bag.
- The Jari Carbon features a downtube protector, similar to those found on mountain bikes, to shield the frame from rock strikes and impacts.
- The bike has a silicone pad under the top tube. This allows riders greater comfort, when carrying it on their shoulder over obstacles.
- Many models of Fuji’s Jari come with mechanical disc brakes. These are easier to maintain and repair if brake issues occur on adventures.
- Curved seat stays and flat chainstays are an integral part of the Jari’s design, offering riders compliance and helping to reduce road vibration.
- Mounts along the seat tube and downtube can hold up to three water bottles or a direct-mount framebag.
- The Jari's rack attachment points allow riders to use panniers on their next commute or tour.
- Riders have the capability of attaching fenders to the bike. This protects them from mud or water on the trails they travel.
- Wide and sweeping Oval Concepts handlebars provide riders with a variety of hand positions during long days in the saddle.
- Experts agree that the head and seat tube angles are neither extremely aggressive or slack. This allows riders to feel in control descending on loose gravel roads.
- Panaracer Gravel King tires offer riders excellent performance and traction on pavement, gravel and buffed out singletrack.
- Testers agree that the Fuji Jari is an affordable gravel-adventure bike.
- The bike has a 1x setup. This provides riders with a wide gear range and is easier to repair and maintain on multi-day tours.
- Experts were happy that the bike arrived with a tubeless tire setup.
5 reasons not to buy
- Some testers were disappointed by Fuji’s use of Tektro brakes, on lower-end models of the Jari.
- The bike is heavy compared to others in its category.
- Mud can easily build up on the seat stay bridge of the Jari.
- Users report that the spokes on the Jari's stock wheels can easily break.
- Shifting may need to be adjusted after riding the bike a few times. This is not the easiest task for all riders and may require a trip to the bike shop.