here's my 2005 Fuji Professional that i recently converted as a SS commuting bike.

i got a great deal on this bike and bought it primarily for the Dura Ace 7800 series gruppo it was equipped with. i finally got the Trek Madone frame i was wanting and moved onto it all the DA parts from the Fuji. i was going to sell off the Fuji frame and fork but then decided to make the SS conversion.

parts applied are as follows:

Wheelset : Mavic Open Pro / Ultegra 6600 hubs ($199) Crankset : Ultegra 6500 170mm ($60) Gearing : 42x16 (Gusset SS conversion kit on rear hub) ($30) Chain : SRAM PC-1 ($8) Post : LeMond aluminum ($0) Stem : Forte Road Pro 90mm ($30) H - Bars : Nitto Moustache ($60) Levers : Dia Compe 188 ($0) Saddle : Brooks B-17 ($60) Brakes : Tektro RX40 ($50) ......... TOTAL ($497)

was it worth the $$$ spent? considering the pristine condition of the frame/fork and the ridiculous cost that i acquired this bike at initially, i think it so. besides, anything else near the performance / ride level of this bike would have cost me near the same and perhaps even more.

the ride is oh so smooth and effortless. weight is between 17.25~18.25 lbs. did i mention it's a very nice ride!


Fuji - driveside view
Fuji - drive side view
Fuji - rear quarter view
Fuji - chainline view




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