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Fuji Nevada 1.3 D Bike


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Description: Fuji Nevada 1.3 D Bike

A great option for the entry level rider who wants to try their hand at mountain biking, the Fuji Nevada 1.3 D Bike allows you to cruise over technical terrain with confidence. This bike features a custom-butted alloy frame that is incredibly strong for the hardcore riding you're about to send down the trail, as well as a full Shimano groupset for incredible reliability and easy shifting when you need it most. Hop on board the Fuji Nevada 1.3 D Bike and experience what all the fuss is about!

Key Features of Fuji Nevada 1.3 D Bike:
  • SIZES: XS (13), S (15"), S/M (17"), M (19"), M/L (21"), L (23")
  • COLOR(S): Black with Yellow
  • MAIN FRAME: A2-SL custom-butted alloy with PowerCurve down tube, oversized seat tube
  • REAR TRIANGLE: A1-SL alloy with S-bend chainstays, post disc mount, cold-forged dropout and replaceable hanger
  • FORK: SR Suntour SF13-XCM-HLO with Hydraulic lockout, 100mm travel
  • CRANKSET: Shimano Alivio, M4308 Octalink, 44/ 32/ 22T
  • BOTTOM BRACKET: Shimano ES25 Octalink
  • PEDALS: Alloy platform
  • FRONT DERAILLEUR: Shimano Acera, M390, 34.9mm
  • REAR DERAILLEUR: Shimano Deore, M591 SGS, 9-speed
  • SHIFTERS: Shimano Alivio, M430 Rapid Fire, 9-speed
  • CASSETTE: Shimano HG20, 11-34T, 9-speed
  • CHAIN: KMC X9, 9-speed
  • WHEELSET: Formula DC-20LW front/ Shimano M475 rear, 32H disc hubs, Vera DPD22 rims
  • TIRES: Hutchinson Scorpion, 26" x 2.0", 33 tpi
  • BRAKE SET: Hayes Dyno Comp, hydraulic disc, 160mm rotor
  • BRAKE LEVERS: Hayes Dyno Comp hydraulic
  • HEADSET: FSA 1 1/8" semi-integrated, caged bearings
  • HANDLEBAR: Oval M100, alloy riser bar, 9° sweep, 31.8mm diameter, 660mm wide, 15mm rise
  • STEM: Oval M213, 3D-forged alloy, 31.8mm clamp diameter, 6° rise
  • TAPE/ GRIP: Oval dual-density Kraton
  • SADDLE: Oval M200 with satin steel rails
  • SEAT POST: Oval M200, alloy double-bolt micro-adjust, 31.6mm x 350mm
  • WEIGHT, KG/ LBS: 14.13kg/ 31.12 lbs
  • 27 Speed Bike
  • 2013 Model

Nevada 1.3 D

Past Season Product

NOTE: All bikes are sold and delivered partially assembled. Final assembly should be done by a certified bike technician. Failure to have the bike assembled by a certified bike technician may void the warranty and could result in damage and/or injury if not assembled correctly.

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What's the difference between the Fuji Nevada 1.3d and 1.5d?
Joaqui on Jun 23, 2015
To add to Guff I included the exact specs for both bikes. Have a look:
i am 5'5 with a 27 to 28 inseam, would the 17 be to big?
sidney b on Mar 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, you would be much better off with a 15" inch bike.
What size tires?
A shopper on Feb 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hutchinson Scorpion, 26" x 2.0", 33 tpi
What model year is the Fuji Nevada 1.3 you have advertised?
Darryl W on Nov 3, 2014

This Fuji 1.3 D bike is a 2013 Model.
I'm 6'1" with a 32" inseam what size bike is best?
Madman on Jun 7, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I just purchased the Nevada 1.3 D (19") about a month ago, and I faced the same question. I am 5'11" with a 32-33" inseam and I was worried about clearance. I have about 1.5" of clearance at my top tube's lowest point. If you want more clearance I'd go with the 19", because you can adjust stem length and seat height/position F/B to accommodate for your height. I guess it really all depends on what type of riding you're planning on doing. More XC and I'd size up, more off-road or single track and I'd go for the 19". Hope that helps a little!
I am 6'0" what size frame is my best fit ??
Nesa V on Aug 9, 2016

the 19 should work just fine for you
Is the rim on the 2013 Fuji Nevada 1.3 D Bike dual walled?
A shopper on Jun 24, 2016
Yes it is.
What are the implications of the warranty when buying a 2013 model? Anything provided by either The House or Fuji?
Adam W on Jun 17, 2016
As far as building the bike yourself you will void the warranty. Have a shop do it. Otherwise Fuji's warranty policy is 5 years on the frame and 1 year on the components basically being free of defects.
I'm 5.8 with 28 inseam will 17 fit me?
A shopper on Feb 15, 2016