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Fuji Nevada 1.0 Mountain Bike 2010

Reviewing: Fuji Nevada 1.0  |  Rating:
By George Terry on
Badge: Author | Level: 3 | Outdoors & Recreation Expertise:

I Bought this bike as a replacement for my worn out bike which had done thousands of miles all over england, and also to take away to Afan country park in wales - which is a huge test for any mountain bike. So taking away a brand new bike which i had only 15 mins worth of adjusting time on it before i left was either going to be a great move or a fatal one. But this bike turned out to appsolutly amazing and it came back in great condition just covered with a layer of mud.

Bike componants:

Frame:Fuji Altair 1 aluminium with PowerCurve down tube, Tri shaped top tube, Oversized seat tube and integrated head tube, double water bottle mounts. Fuji Altair 1 aluminium with S-bend stay, Cold forged dropout and disc mount with replaceable hanger

Fork:SR Suntour XCM-HLO with Hydraulic LO & 80mm Travel

Front Derailleur:Shimano Acera, 34.9mm

Rear Derailleur:Shimano Deore Shadow

Shifters:Shimano Acera SL-M360 EZ Fire shifter

Chainset:Shimano FC-M365Chainrings:22/32/42 tooth with Chaingaurd

Bottom Bracket:Sealed Cartridge Bearing ST

Cassette:Shimano CS-HG-30, 11-32T, 8 spped

Chain:KMC Z-76

Pedals:Wellgo ATB with steel cage

Front Brake:Tektro Auriga Comp Hydraulic Disc with 160mm Rotor

Rear Brake:Tektro Auriga Comp Hydraulic Disc with 160mm Rotor

Brake Levers:Tektro Auriga Comp

Handlebars:Fuji Riser 20 aluminium

Stem:Fuji Forged Aluminium with removable faceplateHeadset:V.P. 1 1/8" Press Fit Integrated, 30mm spacers

Grips:Fuji Dual Density Kraton rubber

Rims:Alex DP-17 Double Wall Al Disc

Front Hub:Fuji Sealed Bearing Disc, IS 32H

Rear Hub:Fuji Sealed Bearing Disc, IS 32H

Front Tyre:Kenda K-837F ATB, 26 x 2.1"

Rear Tyre:Kenda K-848R ATB, 26 x 2.1"

Tubes:Kenda A/V ATB

Saddle:Fuji Race MT

Seatpost:Fuji Aluminium micro-adjust, 350mmSeat Binder:Fuji Alloy, 34.9mm Laser Etched QR

Spokes:14G Stainless Steel

With these componants the bike could easily be worth £250 more that the current price, and the build quality, materials or anything else are not sacrificed for this drop in money.

If you are upgrading bikes and want a bike that can easily handle anything that trail riding can throw at it then this bike is for you, unless you really want to spend thousands on a bike that will probably brake when you fly off your first burm.