2019 US National Enduro Champion Amy Morrison with her National Champion Edition Fuji Auric. Photos by Eighty8 Studios.
In 2019, Fuji Factory rider Amy Morrison stormed to the win in the Elite Women's field at the USA Cycling Enduro National Champions. Pulling on that National Championship jersey was a dream come true for Amy, and with COVID-19 canceling the 2020 edition, she will wear the National Champion jersey for another year and riding this custom-designed Fuji Auric LT until 2021. Take a deeper look at her Auric:
Amy rides her Auric LT with a 'mullet set-up'- a 150 travel 29er Fox 36 fork and wheel with a 27.5 rear wheel Fox Float X2 rear shock provides superior rear suspension control.
We went all out on the frame design for Amy! Hints of the American flag can be found throughout the bike, and Amy added July 4th edition grips to tie the whole look together.
Amy's Auric LT is equipped with Shimano XTR 12-Speed.
For confident braking, Amy uses Shimano's Hydraulic XTR 4-piston brakes.
Being able to be comfortable and in control is key, that's why Amy trusts Fox's 160 travel Fox FT Float for her rear suspension.
The last thing Amy sees before she starts her run is the American flag. What better motivation is that?