A great road bike at a nice price, 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. You'll also love the FSA compact crankset, which makes climbing easier, and the Mavic wheels that add easy speed to every ride. Plus, the Shimano 105 components place 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 components for the miles to come.
|Frame||Felt Ultralite butted 7005-aluminum|
|Fork||Felt UHC Advanced high-modulus carbon w/ 1.5 lower bearing|
|Tires||Vittoria Zaffiro Pro, 700 x 23c|
|Crankset||FSA Gossamer Pro Compact BB30|
|Front Derailleur||Shimano 105|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano 105|
|Rear Cogs||Shimano 105, 10-speed: 11-25|
|Shifters||Shimano 105 STI|
|Handlebars||Felt VS aluminum|
|Tape/Grips||Felt Gel Ribbon, cork|
|Stem||Felt SL aluminum|
|Brake Levers||Shimano 105 STI|
|Saddle||Felt SL Road|
|Seatpost||Felt UHC Performance carbon|
* Subject to change without notice.
|Option||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.