Fuji Tahoe Pro

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4.43 out of 5
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on Dec 2, 2014
 
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Fuji Tahoe 29 Pro
Fuji Tahoe 29 SL
Fuji Tahoe 29 Comp
Fuji Tahoe 27-5 1.1
 


December 12, 2010
 
Pros: Great value 29er.

Cons: Caged pedals. Crank was loose when the customer brought it in brand new. Dart fork isn't a performer.

Recommendation: Get it as a good 29er platform to build upon.

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August 16, 2010
 
Pros: Nice components, fork works well with bike. brakes are smooth and hastle free. Xpedos are good.

Cons: Rear wheel is diff. to remove without bending brake rotor. Low bottom braket-I hit all kinds of things. Poor design with regard to water bottle dropouts-cant fit two cages though there are two sets of dropouts. Laser disc wheels are hard to remove tires from. Flatted and could barely break the bead, after proceeding to bend the rear rotor while wrestling with the rear wheel(done it many times on other bikes, should be easier than this!??) THought this bike would climb a bit better.

Recommendation: I'm happy with pretty much everything but the crap frame-keep working Fuji.

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June 2, 2010
 
Pros: great level of componentry for the price "$999" surprisingly agile for a 9er air fork is fantastic and handles like a beast great bike for a great price

Cons: tires slip on steep climbs front derailleur needed minor adjustments brake was a little squeaky at first

Recommendation: best bike for the money and just in general a great capable bike

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May 29, 2010
 
Pros: Lot of quality components for the price (sub msrp) Welds are clean. 29r is a significant improvement over 26 (especially for me at 6'2"). Glad to have this bike. Previously rode a cannondale hard tail.

Cons: Have been riding for a couple months. Had a water cage boss issue that was quickly resolved with my LBS.

Recommendation: Good entry into the 29r category. Fuji bikes are quality without breaking the bank

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April 6, 2010
 
Pros: Good Price for the components on this.

Cons: Caged pedals but who really keeps those anyway

Recommendation: I'm very new to the sport but so far I really like this bike. I think for the money it will bee a solid bike for many years.

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April 2, 2010
 
Pros: Beautiful bike. S-bend downtube is a thing of beauty. Looks fast standing still. Geometry encourages you to attack hills and pedal faster on straights. Deore shifters are smooth and accurate, after the initial settling down period. Deore disc brakes are reliable and rock solid. Alex DP rims and Conti Race King tyres are great for my daily commute and useful to take on the singletracks on the weekend.

Cons: Initial setup was uncomfortable with the brakes and shifters set too close. No room to move my hands. After adjusting the position of the brakes/shifters and adding some stubby bar ends, it was much better.

Recommendation: Highly recommended if you're looking for something other than the usual Giant/GT/Specialized. Fuji is relatively unknown in Oz but highly respected elsewhere.

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September 28, 2009
 
Pros: Sturdily built with solid components. Makes for an above-average entry level bike. Very nice for the price paid ($1100).

Cons: I dislike very little about this bike. I wish it came with stronger brakes, though the standard Avid Juicy 5's work well so far. For a little more than $1000 you can get a well-equipped bike whereas with a different brand you may get lesser components (juicy 3's).

Recommendation: recommended to everyone, of all skill levels.

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Fuji Tahoe Pro 4.43 out of 5 based on 7 ratings. 7 user reviews.