FUJI Ambient Evo 29 1.3 ELECTRIC
FUJI Ambient Evo 29 1.3
Founded in 1899 in Japan as Nichibei Fuji, the company began importing American and English bicycles. In 1919 Nichibei-Fuji began to export its own Fuji brand bicycles throughout Asia, becoming the most popular brand in Japan and winning many Japanese cycling competitions.
In 1971, Fuji America was the first Japanese brand in US history to market nationwide under its own name. With innovations such as lighter chromoly frames, Fuji’s reputation for quality bikes soars.
The company launched the Fuji Ace in 1973, the first production bicycle to use Shimano’s revolutionary new Dura-Ace groupset.
In 1977, The S12-2 introduced the world’s first 12-speed bicycle, featuring a 6-speed freewheel, which was a game-changer in the industry. In 1984, Fuji sponsored Olympic gold medalist Mark Gorski to ride for his elite racing team.
Fuji launched its first full carbon road bike in 2004, which Judith Arndt rode to the world championship – becoming the first woman to win a world title on a carbon fiber bike.
The following year, Regina Schleicher won the world championship on Fuji. In 2010, Fuji made his debut in the Tour de France with the pro team Footon-Servetto.
In 2015, Omar Fraile of Team Caja Rural rode his Fuji Transonic to win the King of the Mountains contest at the 2015 Vuelta a España. Amy Morrison wins the 2019 United States National Enduro Championship on her Fuji Auric, equipped with M-Link technology.
Then finally in 2021, Amy Morrison won her second US Enduro National title aboard the FUJI Rakan LT. So over the past few years, the Fuji brand and its distinctive mountain logo have been synonymous with cycling and cyclists everywhere, which is why you still hear cyclists say, “My first bike was a Fuji”.
You can find these mountain bikes in our shop at l’Officina in Pernes les Fontaines.
Superlight Super-butted Alloy Frame
Bosch Performance CX Drive System
120mm Front Suspension Fork
Fuji A6-SL alloy front and rear triangle with down tube for integrated Bosch Power Tube 625-500Wh battery, Bosch Gen.4 motor cover, tapered 1 1/8″ – 1.5″ head tube, post disc mount, Boost 148 x 12mm cold-forged dropout and replaceable hanger
SR Suntour XCR34-Air 29, Lockout, tapered alloy steerer, Boost 110 x 15mm thru axle, travel 120mm, 34mm stanchions
FSA CK-745/IS, Bosch Gen.4, 32T, with chainguard, for Boost
Bosch System ISIS drive
Alloy platform, chromoly axle
Shimano Deore, 11-51T, 11-speed
Shimano CN-HG601-11, 11-speed
Shimano MT400-Boost CL 15mm thru axle disc, 32H, front / Shimano MT400-Boost CL 12mm thru axle disc, 32H, rear, 14/15g stainless steel spokes, WTB ST i29 TCS 2.0 double wall 29″ rims
Continental Trail King, 60-622, ShieldWall, foldable, TL OR Maxxis Aggressor
TRP Slate-T4 and X2, 4-piston front, 2-piston rear hydraulic disc, rotors: 203mm front and rear
TRP Slate-T4, 2 finger lever
FSA NO.57B, 1 1/8″ – 1.5″, retainer bearings
Oval Concepts 205 flat bar, 6061 alloy, +/- 5mm rise, 9° sweep, 31.8mm clamp, width: 760mm
3D-forged 6061 alloy, 7°, 31.8mm clamp, length: 17″ – 35mm, 19″- 45mm, 21″ – 60mm
WTB Waffel, single LO, dual density Kraton
WTB High Tail Trail, Comp, e-Bike specific saddle, steel rail
Oval Concepts 300, 6061 alloy micro adjust, 30.9mm diameter
Bosch Performance CX, 4th generation mid-motor, 250W rated power, 85Nm of torque, 25km/h, 20mph maximum assist
Bosch Power Tube 500Wh with 2A charger
M (17″), L (19″), XL (21″)
|A||Seat Tube C to T||432||483||533.4|
|B||Seat Tube Effective||638||644||674|
|C||Top Tube Effective||620||640||670|
|D||Head Tube Length||120||125||130|
|E||Seat Tube Angle / Actual||73.5||73.5||73.5|
|Seat Post Diameter||30.9||30.9||30.9|
L / Opal green, M / Opal green