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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Fuji Sportif. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
10 reasons to buy
- The Fuji Sportif is an affordable road bike.
- The bike’s geometry puts them in an upright position. This provides riders with comfort for long days in the saddle.
- Tapered seat stays minimize road vibrations for riders of the Fuji Sportif.
- The threaded bottom bracket on the Sportif is easy to maintain.
- Rack mounts allow riders to utilize the bike for touring or commuting.
- The bike has clearance for mudguards.
- The carbon fork dampens road chatter and helps reduce the weight of the Sportif.
- Fuji offers the bike in seven sizes, fitting a wide range of riders.
- The bike's 28mm and 30mm tire options are wide. They minimize the impact felt over bumps.
- Internally routed cables give the bike a tidy appearance.
3 reasons not to buy
- The bike is heavy compared to other road bikes. It is over 20 lbs.
- Experts agree that this bike is best for beginners. It is not a racing or climbing bike.
- The bike is only available with an aluminum frame. There is not a carbon frame option.
Expert Reviews80/100 based on 1 rated expert review
The $___ Fuji Sportif 1.9 Disc Loves Long Days in the Saddle
I felt at ease cruising along undulating back roads and taking in the landscape without neck strain. The bike’s aluminum alloy frame with a carbon fork was light enough that it didn’t hold me back when climbing, and stiff and responsive without too much harshness over rough terrain.
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