Fuji Outland PRO XC Full Suspension

4.67/5 (9 Reviews)
Weight : 28.3 lbs MSRP : $2650.00


Product Description

Sizes XS, S, M, L
Color(s) Blue/Black
Main frame A-6 Quaternary phase alloy, custom butted, integrated head tube, curved top and down tube, CNC'D hollow box section BB, water bottle mount
Rear triangle A-6 Quaternary phase alloy, custom butted w/ Four Bar linkage system 100m travel, Cold forged dropout with CNC'D disc mount and replaceable hanger, Sealed bearing pivots
Fork Rock Shox Reba SL, 100mm Travel w/ PopLoc Remote
Rear Shock Rock Shox Ario 2.2 Hydraulic damping w/LO
Crankset NEW Shimano SLX w/Integrated spindle, 22/32/44T
Bottom bracket Shimano Exterior Bearing System
Pedals Xpedo MF-3 Clipless
Front derailleur NEW Shimano SLX, 34.9mm
Rear derailleur NEW Shimano SLX Shadow
Shifters NEW Shimano SLX Rapid Fire, 27-speed
Cassette Shimano CS-HG50, 11-34T 9-speed
Chain KMC HG-73
Wheelset --
Front hub NEW Shimano SLX Sealed Bearing Centerlock Disc, 32H
Rear hub NEW Shimano SLX Sealed Bearing Centerlock Disc, 32H
Spokes 14G Stainless Steel
Rims Mavic XM-317 Disc, 32H
Tires Continental Mountain King 26 X 2.2", Foldable
Tube CST Presta
Brake set NEW Shimano SLX Hydraulic Disc, 180/160mm Centerlock rotor
Brake levers NEW Shimano SLX
Headset Ritchey Logic Zero Comp 1 1/8" Press Fit Integrated, 30mm spacers
Handlebar Ritchey Pro Riser Handlebar
Stem Ritchey Pro Forged AL 1 1/8"
Tape/grip Fuji Lock-On Kraton rubber
Saddle Ritchey Streem Pro w/Cro-Mo rails
Seat post Ritchey Pro Forged Al, 350mm
Seat clamp Fuji Superlite Alloy, 34.9mm Laser Etched
Weight, lb./kg. 28.97/13.14


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Reviews 1 - 9 (9 Reviews Total)

User Reviews

Overall Rating:2
Value Rating:3
Submitted by tyler

Date Reviewed: August 14, 2013

Strengths:    good overall first bike, conquers most things thrown at it. climbs well.

Weaknesses:    mavic wheels have blown through two rear hubs, apparentely pretty common, probably the worst thing is that after two season riding this bike my head tube is ovalized and Fuji would not honor their life time warranty. I wil never buy a Fuji bike again.

Bottom Line:   
I have the outland rc 29er and I will never buy a Fuji again because of their horrible customer service.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by XXConvergeXX a Cross Country Rider from Indiana

Date Reviewed: September 12, 2011

Strengths:    Fantastic upgrade from my old Trek hardtail. Both the Rock Shox front fork and rear suspension have the ability to provide either a plush ride or a stiffer feel depending on the trail. For the trails in Indiana the 100mm travel is enough for some of the tougher sections and the lockout both front and rear make climbing much easier. Shimano SLX drivetrain is great and crank feels stiff even when really hammering it. The shimano SLX hydro brakes have a great feel and excellent stopping power even compared to higher end avids that I have ridden. Wheelset is solid and have not needed to true it once in a year.

Weaknesses:    As another reviewer pointed out the 2.2 Mtn Kings have a tendency to randomly break traction especially on hardpack but work nice in tacky conditions. Rear suspension can be a bit springy unless adjusted perfectly for trail conditions.

Bottom Line:   
Great bike for the trails where I ride. I have recently upgraded the tires to conti X King 2.4 ProTec tires which barely fit into the frame and fork. This gives the bike a much different feel and will help on the downhills even more. A solid choice for all day cross country rides thru tricky ascents and descents but for riders looking to take on bigger downhills and drops the GT Force at the expense of being heavier and more expensive is another solid ride.

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Favorite Trail:   BC State Park

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Similar Products Used:   Fisher HiFi 29er, Scott Spark, GT Force/Sensor


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by cathy a Cross Country Rider from hecules, ca. USA

Date Reviewed: August 25, 2011

Strengths:    fsr suspension, nice components

Weaknesses:    seat too hard and tires ( continental mountain king tires) loses grip when u least expect it

Bottom Line:   
awesome! from my hardtail, very good brakes and shocks super plush and very encouraging over jumps! builds confidence! same suspesion as specialized bikes without the price!

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Favorite Trail:   clementine trail

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $1299.00

Purchased At:   performance bikes

Similar Products Used:   cannondale f7 hardtail

Bike Setup:   specialized rise bar and stem(short) kenda nevegal tires, forte classic saddle(cushion)and forte platform pedals

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Bike_Nerd a Racer from Towson

Date Reviewed: May 20, 2011

Strengths:    Bullet Proof

Weaknesses:    Got some flex

Bottom Line:   
Great bike, would recommend it to anyone looking for a good mountain bike.

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Favorite Trail:   Any

Duration Product Used:   2 Years

Similar Products Used:   Specialized Hardrock Pro Disk

Bike Setup:   Fox F-100 RL, Chris King Headset, Bontrager Race Lite bars, XT shifters, XTR brake levers, Thompson stem and seat post, San Marco saddle, Bontrager Race lite Tubless wheels, XT rear and XTR front derailleur, Sram X0 Cassette, Sram 990 chain, Race Face Dues XC double crank with Enduro bottom bracket, Avid BB-7 Mechanical Disk Brakes, Teflon Cables, WTB tires, Crank Brothers Candy Ti Paddles.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by saltybrines a Weekend Warrior from belfast, northern ireland

Date Reviewed: December 4, 2008

Strengths:    Great finish and paint work on frame, superb handling,good spec kit,front and rear suspension lock outs very useful, lightweight,

Weaknesses:    not many really,lack of quick realise bolt for saddle !!

Bottom Line:   
I rode my schwinn for 6 years around the muddy fields and mtns surrounding belfast, and felt it was time to change, the big problem is actually seeing any bike you want to buy, so reviews I believe are invaluable, this fuji is a great machine for the money. Kit , finishing and handling are exellent, I would recommend it to anyone.

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Favorite Trail:   woodburn forest co antrim

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $1800.00

Purchased At:   all about the home,

Similar Products Used:   schwinn 4 banger, 6 years, also specialised ht mtb

Bike Setup:   medium size frame,17", altough i'm 5ft.11" like to ride smaller frames for handling, ritchey components, mavic crossfade rims, i put on a longer seat pin and 110mm stem

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by MikeK a Weekend Warrior from Tulsa, OK, USA

Date Reviewed: December 2, 2008

Strengths:    Relatively light (about 27lbs), very plush ride; pretty good component selection (drivetrain, anyway).

Weaknesses:    Fuji could have easily spec'd another pound off this bike with component selection.

Bottom Line:   
This bike accelerates and climbs well, easy to keep the wheels on the ground when climbing or decending - a real confidence builder. And the red, white and black frame looks smokin' hot. Plus I got lucky with an end-of-year-move-this-bike price (thanks Jon!). 4 chilis based on the price, 5 based on the ride quality.

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Favorite Trail:   Keystone

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $1440.00

Purchased At:   360 Sports

Similar Products Used:   Giant NRS Air, Specialized FSR Pro Disc

Bike Setup:   Upgraded with Ritchey WCS Riser bar, Sram PG990 cassette, Koobi AU Enduro saddle, Crank Bros Mallet M pedals

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Diego a Cross Country Rider from Boynton Beach, Florida, US

Date Reviewed: August 19, 2008

Strengths:    A-6 Quaternary phase alloy, custom butted w/ Four Bar linkage system 100m travel, Solid as a rock. 26 lbs Bike !!
Great handling. Great components. On the trail feels quick and easy to handle. Properly balanced.


Weaknesses:    When needed (Not a big deal) planing to replace tires with Continental Mountain king 2.4 or Kenda or Micheling 2.35


Bottom Line:   
2008 model MSRP $2430.00, Got it for $1550.00 Outstanding value for this diamond !! Will not need any upgrades.

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Favorite Trail:   Mrkham Park

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $1550.00

Bike Setup:   XT Rear, LX front, TruVativ Firex Team GXP, Dual Control Shifter/Hydraulic Brake lever, Fork > Rock Shox Recon 351 Air w/ PopLoc Remote, 100mm Travel, Rear shock > Rock Shox Ario 2.2 Hydraulic damping w/LO, Continental Explorer Tires 26x2.1, miscellaneous Ritchey pro and WTB.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Jim McCullen a Weekend Warrior from Virginia, USA

Date Reviewed: October 5, 2007

Strengths:    The photo is the '06, I have the '07. One major change, they moved the shock inside the main frame. The bike is solid as a rock but nimble and quick to react. The cockpit is well balanced, even when I'm in trouble I find a way to recover with this bike. Excellent components and it looks great too.

Weaknesses:    None that I can find

Bottom Line:   
I love this bike, sometimes I just sit out in my garage and stare at it, that is when I'm not flying down a trail or powering up a hill somewhere.

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Favorite Trail:   Buttermilk

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Bike Setup:   XT rear, LX Front

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Mike D a Cross Country Rider from Philly

Date Reviewed: July 15, 2007

Strengths:    Light Weight. Great shox - (front and back) fantastic handling

Weaknesses:    bottom bracket/crank and rear derailleur will be customized (I am a clydesdale)

Bottom Line:   
Great Bike, this ting is awesome. I would suggest this to any rider who is looking for a smooth ride with all the upgrades for a good price.

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Favorite Trail:   wissahickon

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Purchased At:   unknown


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Shock size on '07-'10 Outland Pro?

I was toying with the idea of a different shock on my Outland, until I emailed Fuji regarding the size of the rear shock. Here is the reply I received: [B]The eye to eye is 165mm on that frame and the stroke of the shock you are using should be about 50mm[/B]. That would make the rear shock a ... Read More »

First ride on the Outland Pro

Well, I took the bike out for the first time today, and so far, I'm liking it a lot. A LOT!! :thumbsup: Set the sag on the fork and shock, and a minor adjustment to tire pressure on the trail, and she performed wonderfully. Having not been on a trail in about three years, I didn't have a lot of con ... Read More »

Pulled the trigger on a 2010 Outland Pro today

Been eying this bike up at Performance, as they are on clearance. A couple weeks back I test rode a 15" (XS), and while it fit, the cockpit felt a bit cramped. I figured, "sleep on it" and considered that maybe a longer stem might be enough to solve the problem. I went back today, and they had l ... Read More »

My "new" 2008 Fuji Outland Pro build!

Hey all, below are some pics of my newly completed Fuji Outland. I located and purchased the frameset new online and assembled the components from research both here and locally. Very pleased with the result! A local LBS, Tree Fort Bikes in Ypsilanti, MI did the build for me (Thanks to Ben specif ... Read More »

Fuji Outland Pro 2005 for $260

Total newbie here. I just bought a 2005 Fuji Outland Pro yesterday for the absurd amount of $260, including Ironman ILS helmet, cateye computer, air pump, and lock. I couldn't believe my luck, the seller is an army doctor leaving the D.C. area and being transferred to Hawaii. The bike is in mint c ... Read More »

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