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Fuji Bicycles Altamira 1.0 Shimano Dura-Ace 7970 Di2 Complete Road Bike - 2012

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In the early days of the Altamira, Fuji's engineers used real-time race feedback gathered from Spanish squad Geox to refine its new frame platform. This two-year R&D process in proved to be a success, eventually leading to the refined Altamira design, as Geox's Juan Jose Cobo relied on his trusty new steed to claim the top spot in 2011's grueling Vuelta. This updated, world-class race machine is now being built as a complete package, armed with a sleek Dura-Ace Di2 drivetrain that's ready for everything you decide to throw its way.

Fuji built its top-end Altamira from a high-modulus D-6 carbon blend. This is the highest level of carbon material Fuji manufactures, capable of producing incredibly low tube weights that deliver a stiff yet compliant road feel. Fuji applied the D-6 carbon to the Altamira using a three-tube — top, head, and down tube — monocoque front end, which was then molded to a second monocoque section that encompasses the bottom bracket and chainstays. The seat tube and seatstays were molded separately, with all of the components assembled together using a modified tube-to-tube joining process. According to Fuji, the joints of the frame were strategically placed in low stress areas of the frame to provide a light, stiff, and vertically-compliant ride.

By working with professional riders, Fuji's engineers were able to tweak the carbon tube shapes for an optimal race-tuned feel. They kept the lower chassis incredibly stiff by mating the large down tube and chainstays to an oversized press-fit BB86 bottom bracket. The enlarged juncture created an ultra-stiff pedaling platform, which, for you, means an efficient transfer of power directly into your rear wheel. Moving up from this section of the frame, Fuji paired a tapered top tube and slender seatstays for an overall balanced road feel. The result in this matchup is a rigid lower half of the frame combined with a more compliant upper section.

Rounding out the front of the frame, a tapered 1-1/8in to 1-1/2in head tube provides maximum rigidity and predictable handling. The fork Fuji developed specifically for the Altamira was molded from a lightweight FC-330 carbon layup. Below its tapered carbon steerer, Fuji's signature flared upper-blade fork design, which works to provide both front end rigidity and aerodynamics, flows down into the slender carbon dropouts. The Altamira includes an Oval integrated headset and carbon dropouts (with a replaceable hanger) at the rear of the frame.

For the build kit of the Altamira, Fuji complemented its BB86 bottom bracket with a full Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 10-speed groupset. The machine includes Rotor's 3D+F 53/39t crankset and an 11-25t cassette. At the cockpit, the build features an Oval 910 carbon handlebar and Oval 700 stem, with Selle Italia's SL Kit Carbonio perched atop Oval's 900-series seatpost. In terms of wheels, the Altamira rolls on a pair of Oval's dependable 745 carbon/alloy clinchers that have been wrapped with Hutchinson's Atom Comp tires.

The Fuji Altamira 1.0/Shimano Dura-Ace 7970 Di2 Complete Road Bike - 2012 is available in sizes 44cm, 47cm, 50cm, 53cm, 55cm, and 58cm and in the Carbon/yellow colorway.

Tech Specs

Frame Material:
D6 high-modulus carbon fiber
Fork Material:
carbon fiber
1.125 - 1.5 in Oval integrated
Shimano Dura-Ace Di2
Front Derailleur:
Shimano Dura-Ace Di2
Rear Derailleur:
Shimano Dura-Ace Di2
53 / 39 t Rotor 3D+F
Bottom Bracket:
Rotor PressFit BB86/30 sealed
11 - 25 t Shimano Ultegra
Oval 910
Oval 700
Selle Italia SL Kit Carbonio
Oval 900
Oval 745 carbon/alloy
Hutchinson Atom Comp
Tire Size:
700 c x 23 mm
Recommended Use:
road race
Manufacturer Warranty:
limited lifetime on frame

sizing chart

Bike size by rider height


Geometry chart

Fuji Bicycles


Geometry Chart


Altamira LTD

Seat Tube


Effective Top Tube








Head Tube


Head Tube Angle


Seat Tube Angle


Bottom Bracket Drop


Chainstay Length



44 44cm 51.5cm


36.3cm 72.1cm


72o 75o 6.9cm 40.5cm 97.1cm
47 47cm 53cm


37cm 74.1cm 13cm 72.5o 74.5o 6.9cm 40.5cm 97.7cm
50 50cm 54.5cm 54cm 37cm 76cm 14cm 73o 73.5o 6.9cm 40.5cm 97.6cm
53 53cm 56cm 56cm 37.9cm 78.3cm 16cm 73.5o 73.5o 6.9cm 40.5cm 98.6cm
55 55cm 57.5cm 58cm 38.9cm 80.1cm 18cm 73.5o 73.5o 6.9cm 40.5cm 100.1cm
58 58cm 59cm 60.1cm 39.7cm 82.1cm 20cm 74o 73.5o 6.9cm 40.5cm


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Avg. ride time: 1h 29m per week
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Don't buy, old Di2 are unreliable

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought this bike in May of 2014 and put about 1,500 miles by June of 2015 when the Di2 stopped working. What the description doesn't say is this is the first gen of Durace Di2 which is no longer supported by Shimano. Your LBS won't have any diagnostic tools and they'll tell you to swap out the shifters and derailleurs.

Bottoms line, buyer beware: you'll have to budget *at least* $1,200k in replacement parts to keep the equivalent groupset on your bike over the next two years. I contacted CC support and they offered no "make good" on selling a crap groupset. Otherwise, the bike rides great.

thanks for the info. it saved me a headache !

Avg. ride time: 4h 50m per week
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I have had this bike since the end of...

I have had this bike since the end of January. For the past two weeks I have been experiencing some serious battery outage problems. Even after charging the battery for a full night (8+ hours) and only going on a 28mi ride today, at the end of my 1.5 hr ride the red light came on again and my gears in the back stopped shifting. Does anyone know if this bike is known for having these problems? What can I do about it? I'm a racer and can't have these unexpected continuous problems popping up.

Best Answer

Hi Hanna,

This Di2 system is not known for having these type of battery issues. We will contact you to resolve this issue.


Your sizing chart reads Center to Center...

Your sizing chart reads Center to Center 57 and Center to Top 59 would be my size. Would the 55 be way too small for me?

Kevin, These do fit a bit large. Best thing to do is go by the Top Tube measurement. If you need help you can always give us a call. My direct number is 801-736-6396 ext 5630

If I wanted to put a Durace Compact or...

If I wanted to put a Durace Compact or 52 36 Chain set on this what mm would I require to match it?


That would work with the existing components on this bike. No major changes would be required. The crank arm length would be based off of your dimensions and personal preference. I'd be happy to help you get that set up. Feel free to email me directly at

Hi folks, really interested in purchasing...

Hi folks, really interested in purchasing this next month but I'm not sure about the wheels.

Are there any options to upgrade them? What are the best upgrades? whats the additional cost?

If there are further options I would definitely be interested.

Best Answer

Hey John,

For this bike we're not able to swap any of the parts out. We buy it complete from Fuji and aren't able to re-inventory any of the individual parts.

I'll send you an email to explain further the policy and talk about possible upgrade options.

Avg. ride time: 2h 58m per week
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IF I ride a Domga 65.1 in a 53, would I...

IF I ride a Domga 65.1 in a 53, would I ride the same with the Fuji as well? Im noticing the top tube length is 3cm longer on the 53 fuji compared to the dogma where as the 50 fuji is almost identical to the 53 dogma. Let me know as I am ready to pull the trigger on one or the other

Best Answer

Those two sizes are very similar. Do you ride a 53 Dogma right now? How tall are you? Have you used our fit calculator? I'd love to help you out some more but would need some more information about how you might fit on each bike. My email is

In the final paragraph is says that the...

In the final paragraph is says that the Carbon/Yellow bike is available in sizes up to 58cm. In the 'Geometry' drop down menu however, only sizes 44cm to 55cm are listed. Does the sale only apply to the aforementioned bike sizes and not 58cm.

Best Answer

It does not apply to bikes that are a size 58cm because we do not have any in stock.

hi What is the approx weight for the 55...


What is the approx weight for the 55 cm bike?



The 55cm Altamira should weight about 15lb 4oz.

Hi ! I would like to know if its possible...

Hi ! I would like to know if its possible to upgrade ths DI2 kit to the 9070 and how much would it cost.

Thanks a lot !



Best Answer

We're not able to make upgrade/changes to factory complete bikes.

What are the crank / bar / stem specs for...

What are the crank / bar / stem specs for the 50? Are these swap'able if not ideal?

The sz 50 most likely uses a 172.5 crank, 110 stem and 42 center to center bars. Unfortunately as this is offered as a complete bike from Fuji, swaps are not available. The bike can be built with an additional stem/bar, but you'll still receive the factory stock items as well. My e-mail is if I can help with anything else.