For visually impaired users: Browse the streamlined version of our website.

Fuji Bikes Fuji Tread 1.1 Disc Road Bike - 2015 (Black)

31-3285-BLK-048-P
This item is not available for purchase online. You may want to search our site for a similar item.
Unavailable Online
With a light and fast aluminum custom-butted frame, carbon bladed and tapered fork, disc brakes and a Shimano Tiagra 20-speed drivetrain, the 2015 Fuji Tread 1.1 Disc Road Bike is designed to tread wherever you feel inclined to go. You'll quickly discover that it offers comfortable, smooth cruising performance combined with incredible steering response, both on and off the road.</p> <p>Disc brakes are finally being embraced by the road bike community. It's no wonder why with the superior stopping power they provide under adverse conditions. The only disadvantage is in the weight, which was nullified when Fuji decked out their Tread 1.3 with light weight TRP brakes, Oval Concepts components and Vera Terra wheels. The first thing that jumps out is the Shimano Tiagra 20-speed drive train. Tiagra delivers when it counts; under pressure, so you are less likely to miss-shift coming in and out of urban corners or down gravel roads.</p> <p>Fuji paid close attention to details with Oval Concepts handlebars, stem, seatpost, and Vera Terra wheels to keep the weight down and the performance up. 700c wheels are road-bike sized, and feature 700 x 32C Vera City Wide tires with Phalanx puncture protection for added safety. That width tire is wider that regular road tires, enhancing both traction and comfort in all conditions, but still maintaining a high level of efficiency.</p> <p>Lastly, the combination of TRP STYRE disc brakes a 50/34 crank with an 12/30 cassette will have you easily handling ascents and descents alike. Sporty, quick, versatile, and performance driven, the Fuji Tread 1.1 is a bike you can trust to take you around town, and to bring you all your weekend fitness and pleasure riding on the weekends.</p>

This product was added to our catalog on February 18, 2019