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Felt Bicycles Broam 60
$1,250.00
Who says that you can't have your cake and eat it, too? Meet the Broam, our most capable road bike ever. It's an all-purpose, drop-bar beast that's equally at home on pavement, dirt trails, and gravel roads. Dual-wheel compatibility? Check. Mounts for racks and fenders? Check. A comfortable ride quality for all-day pedaling? Check. For as long as people have been riding bikes, there have been people riding bikes over long distances, traveling across the land, and experiencing the unique perspective that only pedaling can provide. That long-heralded mystique thrives in the Broam. It's everything you want in a road bike, and then some. Just make sure to bring along your sense of adventure. Broam 60 Same durable aluminum frame and carbon fork combination as its pricier siblings. Built with a high-value selection of components designed for countless miles of epic rides. - Shimano Claris components - BSA threaded bottom bracket - Tubeless-compatible rims
Felt Bicycles Breed 30
$1,999.00
***** Specifications subject to change without notice.*****
Felt Bicycles Broam 40
$1,299.00
Oftentimes, the journey matters more than the destination. Meet the Broam, our most capable road bike ever. It’s an all-purpose, drop-bar beast, one equally at home on pavement, dirt trails, and gravel roads. Dual-wheel compatibility? Check. Mounts for racks and fenders? Check. A comfortable ride quality for all-day pedaling? Check. It’s everything you want in a road bike, and then some. Just make sure to bring along your sense of adventure. BUY IT IF: You’re looking for the most capable drop-bar bike on the planet, one that doesn’t shy away from fast group rides nor all-day excursions in the saddle, nor whether adventure takes you on the road or the gravel. DON’T BUY IT IF: You want the latest drivetrain technology—You should check out the Broam | 30, which features Shimano’s new GRX groupset. Or, if you’re looking for a gravel bike with more aggressive geometry, check out the Breed series. HIGHLIGHTS: Dual-wheel compatibility (650b and 700c) Massive tire clearance for all road and trail surface types Sleek storage solutions, and rack- and fender-ready Upgrades over Broam | 60: 10-Speed Shimano Tiagra Groupset For as long as people have been riding bikes, there have been people riding bikes over long distances, traveling across the land, and experiencing the unique perspective that only pedaling can provide. That long heralded mystique of bike touring thrives today in the form of the Broam. But whereas the touring bikes of the past were relatively limited in scope in terms of what roads they could traverse and what gear they could carry, the Broam is an unbridled bikepacking machine. It’s only limited by its rider’s spirit of adventure. It’s the loyal companion you always dreams about, one that will be with you through thick and thin, no matter what the road of life throws your way. Be it freshly paved tarmac or dusty gravel, superfast descents or strength-sapping ascents, the Broam will not only get you to your destination, but also make the journey worthwhile. The Broam | 40 frame is constructed from our SuperLite aluminum, which isn’t just a silly moniker—this frame truly is amongst the lightest on the market compared to bikes with similar riding goals. More importantly, however, our engineers worked tirelessly to ensure that the Broam frame is both incredibly durable with precision welding and construction, as well as comfortable enough to mitigate vibrations for all-day riding comfort. The Broam | 40 frame is paired with a carbon fiber fork crafted from our UHC (Ultra Hybrid Carbon) Advanced carbon fiber, and was specifically tuned to handle the rough, high-frequency chatter and big hits of gravel roads. It’s high-modulus, meaning that it’s incredibly stiff to maximize rolling efficiency and handling feedback. But the fork’s layup has been finely tuned to create the ideal contact with the riding surface for both stable, responsive handling, and a precise level of compliance to ensure maximum front-end traction and comfort over the rough stuff. The Broam’s geometry is best described as relaxed, with slack head and seat angles, a long wheelbase, and a tall stack height. All of these combine for a ride that is incredibly stable at high-speeds, as well as a comfortable riding position that can be enjoyed all the way until the sun goes down and beyond. The Broam | 40 frame is built around a good ol’ fashioned BSA threaded bottom bracket, making for easy maintenance and a creak-free ride. The Broam was designed to work flawlessly with two different wheel sizes: the traditional 700c wheels found on most regular road bikes, and the slightly smaller 650b wheel size prized by mountain bikers looking for that magic combination of incredible traction and agile steering. In order to produce the best riding experience possible on any surface, the Broam | 40 can accept up to a 45mm-wide tire on 700c wheels, or up to 2.1-inch tires on 650b wheels. A top tube-mounted storage solution with standard water bottle bolt spacing gives riders a spot to secure additional nutrition, tools, or any other accessories needed to tackle a long day in the saddle. The Broam | 40 is also capable of accepting racks and fenders, making it a delightful companion for wet weather riding and commuting. And because we all know hydration is key, all Broam bikes that are size 51cm and bigger feature three water bottle mounting locations inside the front triangle. We partnered with several fantastic component brands to offer three complete bikes in the Broam series. Along with the Broam | 30 model that features Shimano’s newest 11-speed GRX gravel groupset, as well as the Broam | 60 that sports an 8-speed Shimano Claris drivetrain, we’re thrilled to offer this mid-level build, the Broam | 40. It’s highlighted by a 10-speed Shimano groupset comprised of Tiagra shifters, and also includes a higher-end GRX600 crankset with GRX400 derailleurs. It features a sub-compact 46/30 chainring combination mated to a cassette with
Felt Bicycles Broam 60
$949.00
Who says that you can’t have your cake and eat it, too? Meet the Broam, our most capable road bike ever. It’s an all-purpose, drop-bar beast, one equally at home on pavement, dirt trails, and gravel roads. Dual-wheel compatibility? Check. Mounts for racks and fenders? Check. A comfortable ride quality for all-day pedaling? Check. It’s everything you want in a road bike, and then some. Just make sure to bring along your sense of adventure. BUY IT IF: You’re looking for the most capable drop-bar bike on the planet, one that doesn’t shy away from fast group rides nor all-day excursions in the saddle, nor whether adventure takes you on the road or the gravel. DON’T BUY IT IF: You want the same great ride quality but with a lower-cost selection of components—We’ve got you covered with the Broam | 40 and the Broam | 60 models. Or, if you’re looking for a gravel bike with more aggressive geometry, check out the Breed series. HIGHLIGHTS: Dual-wheel compatibility (650b and 700c) Massive tire clearance for all road and trail surface types Sleek storage solutions, and rack- and fender-ready
Felt Bicycles Breed 30
$1,999.00
*Bike weights are for a 54cm/M sample bike. Final weights will differ based on sizes and production variations across frame and component parts. Specifications subject to change without notice.
Felt Bicycles Breed 20
$2,499.00
*Bike weights are for a 54cm/M sample bike. Final weights will differ based on sizes and production variations across frame and component parts. Specifications subject to change without notice.
Felt Bicycles Broam 30
$1,899.00
Who says that you can’t have your cake and eat it, too? Meet the Broam, our most capable road bike ever. It’s an all-purpose, drop-bar beast, one equally at home on pavement, dirt trails, and gravel roads. Dual-wheel compatibility? Check. Mounts for racks and fenders? Check. A comfortable ride quality for all-day pedaling? Check. It’s everything you want in a road bike, and then some. Just make sure to bring along your sense of adventure. BUY IT IF: You’re looking for the most capable drop-bar bike on the planet, one that doesn’t shy away from fast group rides nor all-day excursions in the saddle, nor whether adventure takes you on the road or the gravel. DON’T BUY IT IF: You want the same great ride quality but with a lower-cost selection of components—We’ve got you covered with the Broam | 40 and the Broam | 60 models. Or, if you’re looking for a gravel bike with more aggressive geometry, check out the Breed series. HIGHLIGHTS: Dual-wheel compatibility (650b and 700c) Massive tire clearance for all road and trail surface types Sleek storage solutions, and rack- and fender-ready UPGRADES OVER BROAM | 40: Shimano’s latest GRX groupset For as long as people have been riding bikes, there have been people riding bikes over long distances, traveling across the land, and experiencing the unique perspective that only pedaling can provide. That long heralded mystique of bike touring thrives today in the form of the Broam. But whereas the touring bikes of the past were relatively limited in scope in terms of what roads they could traverse and what gear they could carry, the Broam is an unbridled bikepacking machine. It’s only limited by its rider’s spirit of adventure. It’s the loyal companion you always dreams about, one that will be with you through thick and thin, no matter what the road of life throws your way. Be it freshly paved tarmac or dusty gravel, superfast descents or strength-sapping ascents, the Broam will not only get you to your destination but also make the journey worthwhile. The Broam | 30 frame is constructed from our SuperLite aluminum, which isn’t just a silly moniker—this frame truly is amongst the lightest on the market compared to bikes with similar riding goals. More importantly, however, our engineers worked tirelessly to ensure that the Broam frame is both incredibly durable with precision welding and construction, as well as comfortable enough to mitigate vibrations for all-day riding comfort. The Broam | 30 frame is paired with a carbon fiber fork crafted from our UHC (Ultra Hybrid Carbon) Advanced carbon fiber and was specifically tuned to handle the rough, high-frequency chatter and big hits of gravel roads. It’s high-modulus, meaning that it’s incredibly stiff to maximize rolling efficiency and handling feedback. But the fork’s layup has been finely tuned to create the ideal contact with the riding surface for both stable, responsive handling, and a precise level of compliance to ensure maximum front-end traction and comfort over the rough stuff. The Broam’s geometry is best described as relaxed, with slack head and seat angles, a long wheelbase, and a tall stack height. All of these combine for a ride that is incredibly stable at high-speeds, as well as a comfortable riding position that can be enjoyed all the way until the sun goes down and beyond. The Broam | 30 frame is built around a good ole fashioned BSA threaded bottom bracket, making for easy maintenance and a creak-free ride. The Broam was designed to work flawlessly with two different wheel sizes: the traditional 700c wheels found on most regular road bikes and the slightly smaller 650b wheel size prized by mountain bikers looking for that magic combination of incredible traction and agile steering. In order to produce the best riding experience possible on any surface, the Broam | 30 can accept up to a 45mm-wide tire on 700c wheels, or up to 2.1-inch tires on 650b wheels. A top tube-mounted storage solution with standard water bottle bolt spacing gives riders a spot to secure additional nutrition, tools, or any other accessories needed to tackle a long day in the saddle. The Broam | 30 is also capable of accepting racks and fenders, making it a delightful companion for wet weather riding and commuting. And because we all know hydration is key, all Broam bikes that are size 51cm and bigger feature three water bottle mounting locations inside the front triangle. We partnered with several fantastic component brands to offer three complete bikes in the Broam series. Along with the Broam | 40 model that features a Shimano 10-speed Tiagra groupset, as well as the Broam | 60 that sports an 8-speed Shimano Claris drivetrain, we’re proud to showcase this particular bike, the Broam | 30. It’s highlighted by Shimano’s latest and greatest group, GRX. It’s an 11-speed system with a double-chainring crankset, featuring a sub-compact 46/30 chainring combination mated to a cassette with an 11-34-tooth spread. T
Pinarello Grevil+
A new frame with distinctive, aggressive lines with aerodynamic details typical of the Pinarello DNA, here is GREVIL +. Designed and made to devour miles on every terrain GREVIL + maintains the handling Pinarello but makes versatility its strength. With GREVIL + you can go EVERYWHERE thanks to the use of different wheels able to radically change its nature. With classic wheels from 700c to 25mm it is fast and powerful on the asphalt. “Dressed” with 42mm tires, fly on dirt roads or muddy meadows. But if we want to go even further, using 650b wheels with different tires up to 2.1 "GREVIL + will have no more limits. We are therefore faced with a versatile and powerful bicycle, able to satisfy an extremely vast and demanding public. GREVIL + is made of Torayca T1100G Carbon 1K Dream Carbon with Nanoalloy Technology. The GREVIL + frame contains the maximum expression of Pinarello know-how. The design of the rear stays allows a wheel passage of up to 650bx2.1 "or 700x42mm. A perfect mix of asymmetry and reactivity capable of absorbing vibrations to ensure maximum comfort in long on and off-road rides. Concave downtube improves aerodynamics. E-Link integration for Shimano Di2. Front fork with increased flap to protect the disc and aerodynamic optimization.
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