This is/was my race bike for the past year. Great bike and I'll be racing another one ('13 Altamira 1.0) next year as well.
This was set up with SRAM Force, Ritchey cockpit and Spynergy XAero Lite wheels.
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Zipp carbon seatpost
Zipp carbon bars
Zipp alloy stem
Full Ultegra 6800
Wheelset is also ultegra 6800, i just having updated my picture. The ones on there are fulcrums though
Bike weighs 17lbs
Here's my Fuji from 1988:
It has an upgraded Sram red/rival drivetrain and the wheels are Archetype rims laced to a Dura Ace in the rear and a no-name hub in the front. Fun bike to ride :D.
2013 Altamira 2.5
Shimano 105 group set
Mavic Ksyrium SLS wheelset
Nice bike, very comfortable built for the endurance rider who sprints every now and then. Stiff and fast. On rough surfaces, you literally feel the road..
Like the bike but having issues with warranty.. But thats for another forum.
Here is my 2003 Fuji Roubaix Pro that I built up fresh. The frame was never used and the prior owner stripped it's original 5500 group off of it so I built the frameset up with 5700. This is from yesterday when I finally got it outside for a ride.
Here is a better picture, but it was when it was freshly built. I've since cut the steerer, leveled the seat off, and replaced the pedals (see above).
The 853 steel rides really nice. It dulls the road buzz down significantly. I find it is a little squirrelly, but I think I just have to get used to the geometry since I only have 10 miles on a VERY windy day to judge it.
Really, really, really like this bike.
Here's a very blurry photo of my '83 Fuji Touring Series IV. Had it since new. I've upgraded the gearing to 3x7, and added bar end shifters. I've got it set up for commuting these days. Never did take that cross-country tour. But maybe someday...
I just got this same bike, and am really pleased thus far. I had a 2007 Roubaix Pro previously, and then a brief stint on a Madone. You can't beat the bang for your buck on FUJI brand IMO.
Originally Posted by lyrictenor1
Glad you like yours! 2700 miles later, I'm still enjoying mine! I'd like to upgrade the wheelset to something lighter at some point, but otherwise I've been happy. That being said, I would not turn down a new Altamira or SST, though!
Originally Posted by jwill87ta
I am a Proud owner of a 2013 Fuji SST 3.0 LE, purchased from Performance. 105 components all around, carbon fiber all around. I have had it for about 5-6 months and I love it.
I have a 2012 Fuji SST 3.0. Purchased it on February 2012. upgrade from a previous bike which is the giant OCR3 alloy frame with tiagra components. the feeling was great. my wife even got envious because I was riding it more than her. LOL! good memories happened. rode with bo Jackson, ken Griffey, and lance Armstrong on april 2012 on that bo bikes bama charity ride. (before lance became the villain to everybody)
2013 was a year to forget. got a knee injury because of tennis. recovered earlier this year. back to running and cycling again.
last week, there was a popping sound coming from my front wheel. I thought it was the rims. went to LBS and told me my front hub got a small crack inside. oval wheelsets really suck I guess.
now, im shopping for a wheelset upgrade. I already upgraded my rear derailleur for a dura-ace. I want to upgrade my front derailleur and crankset too.
I have a question. I don't know anything about bottom brackets. if I buy a dura ace or ultegra crankset, do I need to replace the bottom brackets too? or could I use the old one? what do I need for a crankset upgrade?
thanks a lot!
My GF rides an '06 Fuji Team Sport. It's Aluminum with CF fork. Also has full Ultegra w/compact crank set.