Fuji Traverse Review
For commuting, errands and a lazy neighborhood ride, the Traverse is Fuji's most versatile hybrid. Built with a lightweight aluminum frame, suspension fork and disc brakes, it offers the speed and stability of a road bike and the durability of a mountain bike.
The Traverse is a confident commuter on city streets and a capable off-roader with a front suspension fork to smooth out those bumps. A wide range of gears keeps you moving efficiently, while a set of disc brakes provide superior stopping power when it's wet.
Hybrid Frame Construction and Geometry For a mix of comfort and performance, the Traverse is designed with endurance geometry that puts you in a slightly more upright riding position than a race bike. Its symmetrical design also increases bicycle stability, even on steep climbs.
Internal Cable Routing For an aerodynamic advantage, cables are routed inside the frames tubes for improved cable life and a clean aesthetic. Strategically placed braze-ons are ready to accept most aftermarket racks, further increasing the utility of your bike.
Disc Brakes For All Models
Disc brakes take less effort at the lever for better modulation and improved braking performance, particularly for smaller hands. They are also integrated into the brake lever for a more secure fit, and are easily accessible to all riders. These feature also reduce noise during braking and improve performance on narrower tires.