Fuji is one of the industry's authorities on carbon bikes and their 2012 edition of the Supreme 1.0 Women's Road Bike is everything you need in a race-ready, high performance machine. The Supreme 1.0 has an absolutely featherweight D-6 high modulus carbon frame, a FC-440 carbon monocoque fork w/ RIB Tech, tapered carbon steerer and carbon dropouts - or in other words, an aggressive, responsive, and strong frameset that will help you maximize your performance. The fit has also been tuned for a woman's body, with a shorter top tube, taller seat tube, and frame geometry that helps you reach a more efficient and comfortable position on the bike without having to make any compromises.
The Supreme 1.0 is equipped with the race-proven Shimano Ultegra 2x10-speed groupset. With refined ergonomics, snappy rear shifts, and superior front shifting performance, Ultegra takes mechanical shifting to new heights and gives you the ultimate in precision and reliability. Oval 330 aluminum alloy clincher wheels slice through the air plus remain stiff for climbing and are outfitted with Hutchison Equinox tires for smooth-rolling performance. Top all this off with Oval alloy handlebars and seatpost plus a Selle Italia women's saddle and you have a true composition of race-winning engineering.
Fuji D-6 high modulus carbon fiber frame is stiff, lightweight, and features women's-specific geometry
FC-440 carbon monocoque fork is super lightweight and ensures responsive handling
Shimano Ultegra 2x10-speed shift/brake levers, derailleurs, and cassette for flawless, precision gear changes
Oval 700 forged alloy 50/34T crankset combined with 10-speed 11-28T cassette provides wide range of gears to handle terrain from flat to super-hilly
Oval 330 aero alloy wheels with 700x23 Hutchinson Equinox tires
Comments about Fuji Supreme 1.0 Women's Road Bike:
Bike was delivered quickly, exactly as specified. It arrived partially assembled and was easy to complete. It looks sharp and is fun to ride. Easily added 2-3 mph to my average speed. It's sharp looking and a great upgrade from my entry level bike. This is a lot of bike for the price. Only issue was the front & rear derailer cables were crossed inside bike frame from the manufacturer, making it impossible to shift into the large gear in the back. A $15 trip to my LBS fixed it; something they say happens when sometimes when you get it direct from the manufacture. No big deal to correct once you know about it.
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend