Felt Bicycles F65X - 2016

Felt Bicycles F65X
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Can you hear the cowbells ringing? You will, aboard your Felt F65X. This lightweight do-it-all is ready for the cyclocross course and your commute with a tough, custom-butted 7005-aluminum frame and smooth-riding carbon fork with a tapered steerer. There's even a flat top tube for a bit of comfort while shouldering your bike. The F65X is equipped to excel with a wide-range, 22-speed Shimano 105 drivetrain and TRP's Spyre disc brakes for snappy shifting and confident braking in any weather. Felt's CxR3 wheels are wrapped in Schwalbe rubber to get a grip through a variety of terrain, too, so you can sit back, pedal hard, and concentrate on having a blast!

Specs

Frame Felt Cyclocross FLite Custom Butted aluminum
Fork Felt UHC Advanced carbon w/ tapered aluminum steerer
Headset FSA NO.38/42, 1.125" - 1.5" sealed cartridge bearing with Felt VariableHeight Cone Spacers (20mm PC, 4.5mm aluminum), 1 x 10mm + 2 x 5mm PC headset spacers, Felt top cap and bolt
Rims/Wheels Felt CxR3 Disc
Hubs Felt R3 Disc
Spokes 2.0mm stainless steel
Tires Schwalbe X-One Evo, HS 467, 700 x 33c
Crankset FSA Gossamer
Chainrings 46/36
Bottom Bracket BB386
Chain Shimano 11-speed
Front Derailleur Shimano 105
Rear Derailleur Shimano 105
Rear Cogs Shimano, 11-speed: 11-28
Shifters Shimano 105
Handlebars Felt CxR SuperLite
Tape/Grips Felt CxGel
Stem Felt CxR SuperLite, aluminum
Brake Levers Shimano 105
Brakes TRP Spyre C disc, 160/140mm rotors
Saddle Prologo Nago EVO X10 T2.0
Seatpost Felt CxR3, aluminum
Accessories & Extras Felt CxR cowbell

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The only bike you need...almost.

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I love the versatility of this bike. I use it in cyclocross and commuting. I even took it up some single track trails. It's like the Swiss Army Knife of bikes. Easily my most favorite bike I've owned.

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