Fuji bikes have been in production since 1899, when the brand was first established in Japan. Taking their name from the Japanese Mt. Fuji, a national symbol of strength and endurance, Fuji cycles are considered among the world’s highest-quality competition road bikes. They have had the distinct honor of supplying the Japanese Olympic team with their competition bikes on multiple occasions. The process of worldwide expansion saw periods of difficulty for the Fuji company, but we’re glad to report that today they are still building competitive racing bicycles.
Road performance has continued to be an area of extreme focus for Fuji bikes, and the Fuji road bike line has expanded to include a great selection of purpose-built models. The variety of geometries and equipment specs make Fuji road bikes accessible and rewarding for both veteran racers and weekend warriors. Browse BikeExchange to find a wide selection of road bikes from Fuji, including the Transonic, Roubiax and Gran Fondo to name a few.
A Symbol of Strength
The Fuji cycling company was the first to establish the national stage race between Osaka and Tokyo, Japan in the year 1900. Fifty-one years later at the first Asian games in New Delhi, India, Shoichiro Sugihara rode a Fuji to victory. As time passes, Fuji shows no signs of slowing. Let’s take a look at a few of the different Fuji road bikes you can find on BikeExchange:
Browse BikeExchange today to find the right Fuji for your riding style.