Commute to work, pedal to the store, spin around town and have a blast the whole time aboard Fuji's Crosstown 3.0. Fuji's Elios steel frame is light and nimble, and the natural upright riding position offers amazing comfort. Plus, 21 gears are at your fingertips to keep you spinning easily up hills, while the powerful brakes keep you in control on the way back down. Plus, for extra comfort, the ergonomic seat and suspension seatpost absorb all the bumps so you can float comfortably down the road.
|Frame||Fuji Elios 1 steel|
|Fork||Fuji Elios 1 steel|
|Tires||Kenda, 700 x 35c|
|Front Derailleur||Shimano Altus|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano Altus|
|Rear Cogs||Shimano Tourney, 7-speed: 14-34|
|Stem||Fuji Trekking, adjustable|
|Brake Levers||ProMax Comfort|
|Brakes||ProMax aluminum linear-pull|
|Saddle||Fuji Comfort Hybrid|
|Accessories & Extras||Kickstand, bell|
* Subject to change without notice.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Vendor Number|
|White / 23-inch||00785749837925||1122415523||ASI-1122415523|
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My first was a Fuji Sagres Hybrid. It was such an easy to ride, maintain and use bicycle. I had many years of trouble free riding from it. I didn't even really shop the market for it. When it came time for a new bike (this one was 7 years old) I did shop. Trek had a similar model, but it was made by GIANT. So much for buying American. Fuji still outshined the competition as far as components and build quality were concerned. So I bought a new 2007 Crosstown 3.0. I have over 1000 miles on it so far and it continues to outshine.