NEW FOR 2013, FUJI ADOPTS A NEW NAMING SYSTEM In an effort to streamline our model lineup, we have adopted a new naming system for Fuji Bikes moving into 2013. We have kept our trademarked model names, such as the Altamira, the SLM, and the Feather, and we’ve added a few new ones: the Traverse and the Sportif. But what has really changed is the numbering system that helps you determine the difference between the various models within each series. You will note that most bikes have a two-part number attached to them: for example, the Supreme 1.1, 1.3, 2.1, 2.2, etc. The first number indicates the level of frame, with a 1 being the best or highest level and a 2 being the next one down. In the case of the frame, the difference between the “best” and the “more value-oriented” can be either a difference in frame material or a difference in frame design. For example, the difference between the Supreme 1.X and 2.X models is the frame material: The 1.X models feature C10 and the 2.X models use C5.
An example of the difference in frame design is the Cross. The Cross 1.1 frame is designed for disc brakes, and the 2.2 is designed for cantilever brakes. Both use a6 alloy frame materials. The second number identifies the component level where a X.1 designation is the best in category, and each number beyond that indicates a level down. An example of this is the SLM. The SLM 1.1 uses SRAM XX; the 1.3 uses Shimano XT; the 2.1 uses Shimano SLX; and the 2.2 uses Shimano Deore.
Catálogo de Fuji 2013. Todas las bicicletas de Fuji para la temporada 2013