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    2011 Fuji Lineup

    All I can say is they have very striking graphics and on the mtb end Fuji has done a great job with their new designs. Alos they wil now have a full suspension 29er
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prostreet513
    All I can say is they have very strking graphics and on the mtb end Fuji has done a great job with their new designs. Alos they wil now have a full suspension 29er
    A full suspension 29er like the Outland RC 29er?

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    Yes but the suspensions have been totally revised they look nothing like 2010 at all

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    Did you check out a catalog or what? 2011 doesn't seem to be up on the website yet.

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    No I am friends with a guy that owns a bike shop and he has access to the dealer site with all the 2011 models. I'll see if I can grab some pics for everyone tommorrow
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    Huge line-up this coming year for Fuji. This is just a sample of some of them.






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    Line-up:
    ladies first....
    Belle
    Addy 1.0
    Addy 2.0

    Men...
    DSR 1.0
    DSR 2.0
    DSR 3.0
    Outland 29'er 1.0
    Outland 29'er 2.0
    Outland 29'er 3.0
    Outland 1.0
    Outland 2.0
    Outland 3.0
    Reveal 1.0
    Reveal 2.0
    Reveal 3.0
    SLM 1.0
    SLM 2.0
    SLM 3.0
    SLM 4.0
    Tahoe 29'er 1.0
    Tahoe 29'er 2.0
    Tahoe 29'er 3.0
    Tahoe 29'er 4.0
    Nevada 29'er 1.0 (USA)
    Tahoe LTD
    Tahoe 1.0 (INTL)
    Tahoe 1.0 (USA)
    Tahoe 2.0 (INTL)
    Tahoe 2.0 (USA)
    Tahoe 3.0 (INTL)
    Tahoe 3.0 (USA)
    Tahoe 4.0 (INTL)
    Tahoe 4.0 (USA)
    Nevada LTD (Euro)
    Nevada 1.0 LE (Euro)
    Nevada 1.0
    Nevada 2.0 LE (Euro)
    Nevada 2.0
    Nevada 3.0 (USA)
    Nevada 3.0 (INTL)
    Nevada 4.0
    Nevada 5.0 (USA)
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    Thanks for the info Mount Dora Cycles. Any chance we could see one of the Outland 29 models? I'm guessing they moved the shock mounting position to the top-tube. Do you have any idea on what difference the new shock placement will make? I'm thoroughly enjoying the 29RC I picked up while working at a Fuji dealer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncfisherman
    Thanks for the info Mount Dora Cycles. Any chance we could see one of the Outland 29 models? I'm guessing they moved the shock mounting position to the top-tube. Do you have any idea on what difference the new shock placement will make? I'm thoroughly enjoying the 29RC I picked up while working at a Fuji dealer.
    Yes all outlands will have the shock mounting to the top tube now.

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    I posted to 1.0 above (black and white frame)

    2.0

    3.0
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mount Dora Cycles
    I posted to 1.0 above (black and white frame)
    Yeah, I should have caught that. Thanks again MDC.

    Any input on why the change was made? Looks like a slimmer design - I assume the weight was dropped a good bit. Also looks to have bearings where the chainstays join the seatstays, which previous versions do not have.

    Looks like a sweet ride.

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    Maybe for simplicity, maybe for efficiency. It looks like they could get the rear wheel closer with this design which important when it comes to 29ers. Maybe that's why. If you really want to know I could call them and they could give me a whole bunch of crap why.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mount Dora Cycles
    Maybe for simplicity, maybe for efficiency. It looks like they could get the rear wheel closer with this design which important when it comes to 29ers. Maybe that's why. If you really want to know I could call them and they could give me a whole bunch of crap why.
    MDC, just one last question and I'll let you be.....tapered steerer on the 29rc? Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mount Dora Cycles
    Time to start saving.

    I know this is mtbr, but know anything about the 2011 cross bike line up?

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    Anybody want to talk about the Breezer lineup since both companies are owned by ASI?

    http://www.feedthehabit.com/mountain...-cloud-9-29er/

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    Quote Originally Posted by droptopchevy
    Anybody want to talk about the Breezer lineup since both companies are owned by ASI?

    http://www.feedthehabit.com/mountain...-cloud-9-29er/
    Thats one that wont need reflectors. I want it.

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    why is it that most of the good color scheme's are on the $1k+ bikes and the ones below that are like baby blue, orange and ugly crap like that?! Love the look of the SLM 1.0 and would love that "look" on a $800 bike as I dont have the money to spend the money on that thing!!!

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    I was likin' the Outland 3 29er. I guess that graphic design is one of the first things to go when trying to meet a certain price point. I noticed Treks influence on the "new" Fisher paint schemes. Blecccchhhhh!!!

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    The newly designed Outland 29rc line up is very sweet looking and looks to be quite a step up from the previous model. I don't think performance will be much better, but it looks to be much more refined.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncfisherman
    MDC, just one last question and I'll let you be.....tapered steerer on the 29rc? Thanks in advance.
    All the $1000+ bikes have tapered headtubes. I don't know which model the 29rc is?
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    Quote Originally Posted by COLINx86
    I know this is mtbr, but know anything about the 2011 cross bike line up?
    They have a new line called the "Altimira" which look badass, and then the standard cross series.
    Altimira 1.0

    Altimira 2.0

    Cross 1.0
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    Whoa! that's one sick bike!
    Unfortunately the Altimira looks like it's carbon, which is probably safe to say it's out of my price range.

    The Cross 1.0 is pretty cool though. Looks like a mix of the 2010 Fuji Cross RC and Cross Pro.

    I wonder why the decided to switch from the fsa and fuji components to the Oval Concepts components. Decrease price? or weight? or maybe both?

    Colin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mount Dora Cycles
    I don't know which model the 29rc is?
    By that I mean the Outland 29'r - formally known as the Outland 29rc.

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    ASI (the company that owns Fuji) recently bought Oval and Terry. Most their high end bikes this next year will be rocking the awesome Oval wheels now. Can't wait! Wonder if they will put Terry saddles on all of them. That would be nice.
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    Cool-blue Rhythm Oval and Terry?

    ASI owns Oval and Terry. My bad, but what products are they? Are they middle-road products or what?

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    Anymore pics? I would love to see with corresponding names. Thanks!

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    Just released pics of the Outlander 29er and the Nevada 1.0 29er on their facebook page. Damn if the Nevada 29er is $700 I am all over that bad boy!!!

    http://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.php?pid=5164775&fbid=425715491902&id=7276844 1902
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    MAN! I forgot all about facebook. That site is about as informative as the internet now a days. Thanks!

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    I will be seriously considering the Tahoe 29er frame as one of the 3 finalist options to get for building my new project...

    The rest are the 2011 Orbea Alma 29er - Alloy and the Specialized Stumpy 29er

    I kind of lean towards the Alma, but the Tahoe still competes really hard. If only the price difference was somewhat bigger; this would really make things easier...

    Fuji is totally unknown in my country, I wouldn' t like people lookin as if I got plague...

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    The 2011's are up on their site. I really like the Tahoe 29er 2.0.

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    Fuji Outland 1.0 or Giant Anthem X 29er 2?



    I'm sorry, but for the same amount of money, I'd go with the 2011 Giant Anthem X 29er 2 over the top end Outland 29er 1.0. Better specs, better suspension, better looking, and just all around better! Time and user input will tell the tale for Fuji 29ers. I give them credit for venturing into FS 29ers just the same. Nice bikes!
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