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Meet your new off-road riding machine.

With the Tahoe 2.0, Fuji placed an overall emphasis on creating a dependable hardtail bike at an economical price. In order to accomplish this goal, Fuji applied its proven frame geometry, durable materials, and reliable componentry to build a bike that's built for the long haul.

Like its 1.0 older brother, Fuji decided to base the Tahoe 2.0 around its proven A2-SL alloy frame. Super light alloy tubes were chosen for the hardtail design, as their known durability and comfortable ride characteristics made them the ideal choice for a stable cross-country frame construction. Fuji designed the front triangle with its oversized PowerCurve down tube, hydroformed top tube, and semi-integrated tapered head tube. At the rear triangle, the A2-SL tubes were welded to form its 'A-style' seatstays and cold-forged dropouts, with a CNC'd post disc mount and replaceable hanger rounding out the back end.

Differing from the 1.0, Fuji paired the hardtail frame platform with RockShox's reliable Recon Silver TK SoloAir fork. Going along with the dependable theme of the Tahoe design, this fork features the same bomber alloy steerer mated to a 6061 T-6 aluminum crown as the Gold. Its SoloAir spring technology soaks up the trail's rocks, roots, and bumps, to keep your confidence remaining firmly intact through its 100mm of trail-smoothing travel. The fork also features TurnKey lockout, allowing you to firm up your ride as needed.

Fuji knew that its burly frameset would require equally tough componentry, which is why it spec'd out the Tahoe 2.0 with a mix of Shimano's proven Deore group. The front derailleur is the SLX with 34.9mm clamp, and the rear is the Deore XT SGS Shadow. The crankset is Shimano's HollowTech M552 with integrated spindle and triple (24/32/42T) ring configuration, with a Deore 11-36T 10-speed cassette out back. A KMC X10 chain was selected for long-running life and smooth operation, with shifting controlled up front using Deore's crisp Rapid Fire shifters.

The brakes used for the Tahoe 2.0 are Tektro's Auriga hydraulic disc option. With hydraulics the norm in cross-country setups, Fuji decided to use the powerful hydraulic braking package provided by Tektro's Auriga series. The 180/160mm rotors provide incredible stopping power in both wet and dry riding conditions. In the wheelset department, Fuji paired its silky 32-hole mountain disc hubs with Alex DP17 rims. Hutchinson's ultra-grippy Cougar 26 x 2.2in tires wrap the sturdy hoops, providing a plenty of traction in all-weather riding conditions.

At the cockpit of the Tahoe, Oval's M200 680mm alloy riser bar and reverse bolt technology stem assure stable front-end handling, with and M200 seatpost and Fuji mountain saddle keeping you comfortably supported over the center of the frame. Fuji's dual density kraton grips and Wellgo ATB pedals round complete the Tahoe 2.0.

The Fuji Tahoe 2.0 is available in 15, 17, 19, 21, and 23in frame options, and in the color White/red.

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5 5

Thanks BC Bike Team - Smooth Riding

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

After a hit a run left me without a commuter bike I picked up one of the last Tahoe 2's available and very pleased with it. Right from the get go the Tahoe didn't miss a beat. Smooth shifting, great brake power with the hydralic brakes and love the air shock and the ability to lock it out when on the road. Yea, I picked up a larger frame than I normally use but at the price and the need it will suffice as a commuter. In fact I believe it will help me with handling skills on the trails as long as I don't damage my package.

im 5'9" male, whcih size should i get ?

im 5'9" male, whcih size should i get ?

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Thats a tough call Tony,

Your bike size is going to depend on your inseam and that can very a lot with height. If I had to say based on my measurements (also being 5'9" with a true 30" inseam) I would get the 21 for this bike.

I'm 6'4". Which size should I get?

I'm 6'4". Which size should I get?

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Most likely a 21, i am 6.2 and The 21 is a bit big

5 5

Fuji 2.0 is a 10!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I was shopping for a frame and then I saw this.
Alloy frame, 30 speed drive train, air fork, and hydraulic disc brakes. At this price it was new bike time!
I ordered on line with about 3 clicks, become a member of the "Goat Club" and it's that easy, and my new ride was on it's way.
A few days later a nice big box arrived. The assembly is really easy.
Attach the seat, handlebars, wheels, and pedals-done.
Of course it's not that simple....You'll have to get on the bike and make adjustments to the brake and shift levers, bars, seat, and air fork, now you're DONE! The brakes and drive train are already mounted and adjusted.
This bike is awesome!
With the good, there's always some bad.
The bad. I don't have nearly enough time to ride this bike.
It's smooth on the pavement with the fork locked out.
Even smoother on hardpack with the fork doing it's magic! Climbs great and I love the way it handles the single track that I ride.

5 5

New bike!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

First of all, getting a bike in the mail is better than Christmas on steroids ! My wife just picked this up off of Steepandcheap, and it showed up yesterday. It came with a checklist of what was looked at before the bike was packed to be sent. And the assembly was cake. When she got home to see the bike, my wife said "Its way cooler than in the pictures!!" It is a rad bike, with super nice and quality components. From the solid frame, to bomber shocks, the precise derailleurs, and the breaks. The shifters and levers are pretty sweet and the action is quick and exact. Once again, the service of Backcountry and their affiliates has been stellar. And, for the price- even with shipping- the bike can't be beat!

5 5

Super Plush!

So... I am the last one that would write a review, but.... I must be heard.
First of all, my service was way beyond what I had expected, Matthew Pa.: was who I was IM'ing with during my online purchase. Every question was answered, and all of my shopping needs where met with excellence. Great Job!
Second thing was the price. I moved this bike into my cart on a Friday, and apparently when I went to make my purchase on Saturday, the sale was off. They honored the sale price. That rocks and created a loyalty. Backcountry, you rule!
And Thirdly, this bike is sweet! I have to say that I am no mountain bike legend, so is my opinion worth anything? Probably not, but the components, the quality of the frame, the handlebars and so on, are fantastic. I find it hard to believe that it is as nice as it is. I put it next to a specialized bike, and it puts it to shame, same price range too. Love the hydraulic brakes, a first for me, and I am hooked.
A giant thank you to Matthew Pa.:, the staff and the ups crew that got it here in three days!
Ride On.
Goat Fan

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does anybody know if this included free shipping?

5 5

Sick bike & Sweet ride!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Love the colors, the feel, and the price! Very easy assembly, was off and running the trails that day!

hi, can you tell me what year model the...

hi, can you tell me what year model the Fuji Tahoe 2.0 is?

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It looks like a 2012, if comparing to the Fuji site. Is this correct?