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Old 11-03-22, 06:05 PM
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Fuji Touring Series VII

I didnít know the Fuji Series went up that high. But I found 1993 example for a steal, seems like a solid bike with a full Shimano LX group. Anyone else own one of these?






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Old 11-04-22, 07:55 AM
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I have a 1998 Fuji Touring. Except for breaking the frame around 2007 (replaced under lifetime warranty) it's been my steady commuter plus fun riding on weekend for 60,000 miles plus.

Yours looks nicer, though!
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That early '90s black LX was my first attempt to "build" a parts group, a bit at a time. Great stuff. 😎

That looks like a nice bike, too. ✌️
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Nice looking bike, except for a tourer, the geometry looks a little tight
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Originally Posted by MarcusT View Post
Nice looking bike, except for a tourer, the geometry looks a little tight

itís not too bad, chainstay is 44cm.
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Originally Posted by sloar View Post
itís not too bad, chainstay is 44cm.
You're right, it's not bad. Maybe I see the wheelbase as a little short, but if you find it good, that's all that counts
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