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Fuji Declaration
Declare your two-wheeled independence with the Fuji Declaration. You’ll glide past parked taxis with purpose and pedal leisurely through your neighborhood on the lightweight, quick-handling steel frame that is complemented by nimble, aluminum wheels. The flip-flop rear allows you to choose between the efficiency and responsiveness of a fixed drivetrain or the ease of freewheel coasting. Powerful aluminum brakes, street-smart WTB ThickSlick tires, and a retro saddle polish off the build on this sleek street machine.
Fuji Declaration
$450.00
Built to conquer your urban environment, the Declaration comes with a slightly less aggressive geometry than a track-style frame, the comfort and durability of steel, and the ability to ride fixed or free. - Elios 1 hi-ten steel frame with a chromoly seat tube - Low-rise handlebar - Simple, single-speed drivetrain - Flip-flop hub with cog and freewheel included - Rack and fender mounts
Fuji Feather
Modeled after the machines of a bygone era that were ridden to glory by Merckx, Coppi and Moser, Fuji's Feather has the look and feel of a classic track bike while being perfectly at home navigating the modern urban cityscape. The retro track geometry and rear-entry dropouts add to the clean lines of the comfortable steel frame, while the high-profile, quick-rolling 700c wheels and Vittoria tires add a modern twist to the vintage style. Keirin racing-inspired handlebars keep you in an aggressive position for fast sprints and quick turns while the -18 degree stem makes sure you are low and aero. Whether you decide to ride fixed or free on the flip-flop rear wheel, the powerful dual-pivot brakes keep you in control as you cruise through town in style.
Fuji Track
The Fuji Track doesn't need a bloated name to tell you what this classic's all about. With a tried-and-true chromoly steel frame, flip-flop rear hub, and stiff forged alloy crankset, this retro velo steed is just as capable on city streets as it is holding a line on the boards. Remove the front and rear brakes for track use, or grab your lock and shoot through traffic on your way to school or work.
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