Fuji SL 1.1
Fuji's entrant in the lower-than-the-UCI-minimum bragging war was unveiled at Eurobike, weighing in under 11 pounds, thanks in part to the featherweight Reynolds RZR 46 tubulars, SRAM Red drivetrain, and EE Cycleworks brakes. Fuji claims that not only is the bike lighter than anything they've ever built, but it's also about 10 percent stiffer in the headtube and bottom bracket thanks to their High Compaction Molding techniques. Fork stiffness improved by 18 percent with the introduction of a new dual chamber design. You'll pay more than $10,000 for the top-of-the-line One.1, but 14.5-pound SL 1.5 with mechanical Shimano Dura-Ace is relative steal at $4,740.