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Fuji Reveal 3.0 26in Mountain Bike Black/Orange 2012

ITEM NUMBER: 018 FUJR34
PRICE POINT:
$1,299.98
MSRP:
$2,360.00
 
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Fuji Reveal 3.0 26in Mountain Bike Black/Orange 2012

The Reveal 3.0 is a do-it-all bike that doesn't compromise. All too often mountain bikes come close to perfection but slip up somewhere along the way due to a mismatched component or a budget -friendly build that begs for an instant upgrade. Fortunately Fuji did their homework when designing and then spec'ing their Reveal series. On the trail the Reveal reveals its true nature. Lively handling matched with a great build create an Enduro/Trail bike that is more than capable and fun to ride. With a plethora of bikes in the 5-6 inch travel category it would be easy to lose the Reveal in the mix. That would definitely be a mistake since the Reveal is the proverbial "diamond in the rough".

  • 6 inch (140mm) travel FSR link frame
  • 26 inch wheels
  • 10x135 QR rear spacing

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Model

Reveal 3.0

Rear Shock

Rock Shox Ario RL

Headset

Oval Zero Stack Tapered

Fork

RockShox Sektor R w/ U-turn, tapered, 15mm TA, 140mm travel

Chain

KMC Nine Speed

Brakes

Tektro Auriga Pro hydraulic disc, 203/180mm rotor

Wheels

Fuji custom 32H mountain hubs, Alex double wall rims

Tires

Continental Mountain King, 26x2.2" or Hutchinson Toro 26x2.35"

Handlebar

Oval M200 alloy riser bar, 15mm rise, 9° sweep, 31.8mm, 680mm

Stem

Oval M200 alloy reverse bolt technology, 31.8mm

Seat Post

Oval M200, 31.6x350mm

Grips

Fuji dual density kraton

Saddle

Oval M200 w/ CrMo rails

Shifters

Shimano Deore Rapid Fire, 3x9 Speed

Front Derailleur

Shimano Deore, 34.9mm

Rear Derailleur

Shimano SLX SGS direct mount top normal, 9-speed

Cassette

Shimano HG 61, 11-34T 9-speed

Crankset

Shimano Deore, 24/32/42T

Bottom Bracket Design

Shimano Press-Fit

GEOMETRY

Size

Small/Medium

Medium

Medium/Large

A

Wheelbase (mm)

1105.8

1135.8

1160.8

B

Top Tube (mm)

585

615

640

C

Chain Stay (mm)

430

430

430

D

Head Tube Angle

69

69

69

E

Seat Tube Angle

73

73

73

F

BB Height (mm)

352

352

352

G

Seat Tube (mm/inches)

432/17

482/19

533/21

H

Stand Over (mm)

806.6

808.8

810.5

I

Stem Length (mm)

100

100

110

J

Cranks Arm (mm)

175

175

175

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amazing bike! - Jul 12, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
Jonesville, MI

Great bike. I use it as my everyday work horse and it does not disappoint! Shipping and packing by Pricepoint was amazing! I'm 5 ' 10 and 215 with 32 inch waist and this bike climbs like a pro and bombs down the hill like a banshee! Trying to convince my girlfriend (who is the same height as me) to buy one as well!

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Exceeded expectations - May 12, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
Nashua, NH

5'9", 32" inseam, bought the S/M (17") version. I was concerned that the standover was too high and that the bike would be too big, but took a gamble because it was on sale. Glad I did... this thing rips. Wanted a trail bike, coming from lift-access downhilling on a Scott Voltage. The suspension on the Fuji is pretty basic, only external rebound adjustment and air preload. A lot less adjustment than I'm used to but it turned out to be completely fine. I set it up pretty soft, 30% sag or so. Still climbs like a mountain goat, I can't believe it. Must be the FSR linkage? Not really a pedal-masher so haven't used the shock lockout yet. First ride was on a low-use, really rugged trail across the top of a ridge. The descent was extremely steep, tight, and technical. Bike handled it no problem, I was very surprised. Extremely pleased with the purchase, feels like it was a great deal, lots of bike for the money. One note: the O-rings on the front hub caps seem bigger than necessary which lead them to bind up and start squeaking, and eventually tear. I just took them out, might replace later with a smaller O-ring.

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