So far this week, you’ve seen the details on all of Felt’s Road and Mountain lines, and we’re rounding out this series with their Cyclocross, TRI/TT and Track lines. Of course, don’t forget that Felt also offers a great line of beach cruisers, cafe bikes and BMX bikes, so head over to their website to check those out as well. See the details on the race-ready F15X, pictured above, and the rest of today’s lines after the jump.
Complete with carbon seatstays, Easton carbon fork, full SRAM Red and TRP brakes, you can get muddy on the 18 poundÂ F15XÂ for only $2,799.
The F75X moves down to Shimano 105 components on a slightly heavier frame, a Felt carbon fork and Tektro brakes, for a 20 pound bike at $1,699.
The Breed offers a single speed cyclocross bike for $949.
The top-of-the-line, team-ready DA is a ground up redesign debuting for 2011. At an estimated price of $12,499, you’ll get full Shinamo Di2 with dual shift points, TRP SuperLight brakes and a Zipp 808/1080 wheelset.
The B2 offers a cheaper full-Di2 alternative, using Felt’s own designed wheels and FSA cranks. Using molds from the top-of-line frame in previous years, with a few details trickled down from the new DA, the B2 comes in at $6,499.
The B10 shares the B2 frame, but moves away from the Bayonet fork style into the less aerodynamic traditional fork. Still equipped with mostly Shimano Di2, and Vision cranks, you’ll see the price drop to $5,299.
The B12 frame changes slightly, losing theÂ optimizedÂ Di2 integration. Therefore, it comes equipped with mechanical SRAM Red components and Felt wheels, for only $3,499.
The B14 is essentially the Shimano version of the B12, touting Dura Ace components, along with some money savings in TRP levers and Vision cranks, bringing the price to $2,799.
The B16 furthers the savings in the B14 with Shimano Ultegra and FSA components on the same frame, making this a truly budget conscience choice at $1,999.
The aluminum S22 rounds out the TRI/TT line, offering Shimano 105 components for an entry level price of $1,499.
On the Track Bike end of things, the TK2 is a true blooded racing machine, seeing a great deal of aerodynamic manipulation in the aluminum frame and especially the 3T Sphinx handlebars. At $1,499, you could head straight to the track from the sales floor.
The TK3 sees slightly less details in the frame as he TK2, but with a mix of standard track parts, the price is cut nearly in half to $799.
The TK4130 shares the same track-specific geometry as the TK2 and TK3, but in a more classic looking steel frame. Small details like the stem, cranks and rims make this a bargain at $799.
The Footprint is what happens when designers are able to play… using lasts year’s F-Series molds, they made this 1082 gram single speed/fixed gear specific frame. Outfitted with SRAM levers/brakes and Felt wheels, it’ll set you back $1,599 to have the coolest city bike around.
The Gridloc is one of the first bikes on the market to offer the new Sturmey Archer SX3 hub, which offers 3 fixed speeds via an internal hub actuated by a thumb shifter. Â Add a carbon fork and sleek internal cable routing for $999.
The aluminum Dispatch will sell for $699 with a carbon fork.
The Curbside is a favorite from past years, and this year you’ll get a carbon fork and flatbars for $699.
The Brougham finishes off their Lifestyle fixed gears, offering 4 options; a 3 speed version with the Sturmey Archer SX3 hub for $699, $529 for chrome, $499 for a raw “paintjob” and lastly the black one isÂ $469.