A great road ride awaits; Felt's F75 boasts their custom-butted aluminum frame with a BB30 bottom bracket and a tapered carbon fork for an ultra-light road machine that's super efficient, smooth, and fast. Providing the go is a wide-range FSA crankset, which has the gearing to make climbing easier, and Mavic rims that add easy speed to every ride. Plus, the Shimano 105 components place near-flawless 20-speed shifting at your fingertips, and the powerful dual-pivot brakes offer total control. You also get a sweet selection of Felt's quality carbon and aluminum components for the miles to come.
|Frame||Felt Road UltraLite custom-butted 7005 aluminum|
|Fork||Felt UHC Performance carbon w/tapered aluminum steerer|
|Spokes||Stainless-steel w/ aluminum nipples|
|Tires||Vittoria Rubino Slick, 700 x 23c|
|Front Derailleur||Shimano 105|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano 105|
|Rear Cogs||Shimano, 10-speed: 11-25|
|Handlebars||Felt SuperLite Road VariableShape|
|Tape/Grips||Felt SuperGel Tape|
|Brake Levers||Shimano 105|
|Saddle||Felt SuperLite Road|
|Seatpost||Felt UHC Performance carbon|
* Subject to change without notice.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number|
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This is my first road bike, my LBS talked me into buying a higher quality bike than originally planned, and I couldn't be happier with their suggestion. The F75 is built extremely well, very comfortable to ride, has great components and has been an absolute blast. I shouldn't forget to add, the bike just looks beautiful. I'm a casual rider, go for about 15-20 mile segments during lunch on the weekdays, a little longer on the weekends. Have never felt the bike puts me in a bad riding position or felt uncomfortable. I'm interested in going further and faster and I'm sure the F75 won't hold me back.
With the F75, I never feel like I'm fighting with the bike to do what I need to do. The lightweight components really help it fly, and you never realize how fast you're really going. Bombing down Marine Dr and passing traffic is sick!
I bought my F75 last June and have since logged several thousand kilometers on it, including a couple of very hilly centuries. I have yet to find any real flaw in the bike. The Felt handlebars that come standard on the F75 are a little wider than I was used to and that took a couple of rides to get comfortable with, but now I find the width to be very useful in out of the saddle climbing and sprinting as it gives you a nice wide platform to generate a little more power. The bike is just about as light as some full carbon framed bikes but at a much lower price.