We've never been ones for dogmatic rules. And with a little defiance of the UCI's rule book, the Shiv sets the new standard for speed—again. It keeps its aero, fuel, and fit focus, but does so in an entirely new and novel way. Yes, it has disc brakes. Yes, it's easy to travel with. And yes, it takes aero to unheard of heights using storage and fit features that also make you faster. There's only one bike that's going to help get you to the top of the podium this season and that's the Shiv Disc. - The incredibly aerodynamic, crosswind-optimized, and non-UCI-legal FACT carbon frame features all the details you’ve asked for. It’s packable, adjustable, has our Hydration and Nutrition Fuelcell systems, and it makes it easy to find your perfect fit. Compared to the fastest 2011 Shiv setup possible (Fuelcell, slammed bars, clean cable routing, BTA bottle), the Shiv Disc is nearly a minute faster over the Kona course. With a more typical Shiv setup, the Shiv Disc is faster by minutes—plural. So, no matter how much you need to carry, you’re sure to have the fastest setup come race day. - What was that about storage? Just like with the original Shiv, the Shiv Disc features both Hydration and Nutrition Fuelcell storage options, but we didn't simply reuse them. Instead, we designed them from the ground up. We moved the Hydration Fuelcell from inside the frame to the rear of the bike. Now, it's entirely hidden within the frame (even the hydration hose), which not only allows for more fluid capacity, but it also helps with aerodynamics. The Nutrition Fuelcell utilizes the additional volume created by the "New Shape of Speed" for the down tube, and this creates plenty of room for snacks. How many snacks? 10-12 gels, 4-5 bars, or 5-6 chews fit with ease, and it can also be removed to easily access the Shimano Di2 A-Junction Box or a flat repair kit - We also made sure that the Shiv is plenty adjustable for you to dial-in your fit. The frame comes in four different sizes that are based on over 1,000 Retül fits with actual athletes, all to ensure that your ideal fit is achievable. Our Shiv Finder tool makes it easy to determine your size based on your current position, so getting your most powerful aerodynamic position is easily achievable. - Adjustability was also high on the list for the aerobars, extensions, and arm pads, so the cockpit is adjustable on nearly every access. Need more or less base bar stack? Simply loosen a single bolt on each side and tilt it up or down. The aerobars, themselves, also offer plenty of adjustability—fore, aft, and pad width, all with aggressive and relaxed positions in mind. An added bonus of this adjustability is the ease of travel. All you have to do is fold the base bar down to the fork, unbolt the cockpit, and your Shiv is ready for the bike box. We couldn't make it any easier.
For years, time trial bikes have had very similar attributes—skinny, deep airfoils, sketchy handling, subpar braking, and heavy frames. For the "flat and fast" courses of yesteryear, these qualities may have been acceptable, but with today's technically demanding courses, TT bikes needed a change. And with this in mind, we've pushed UCI regulations to their limits adding disc brakes, dropping weight, and dialing in the fit for the new Shiv TT. Is it the most adjustable TT bike out there? Yeah, but don't think it gave anything up to aerodynamics. Here's to another decade of gold medals. We've paired this wind-cheating steed with SRAM's new RED eTAP AXS 1x drivetrain, maximizing every potential gain you could ask for. And yes, we're giving you both the fastest and lightest disc wheel on the market, as well as the fastest wheels we've ever tested—Roval 321 Disc and CLX 64s. - As time-trial courses have become more technical and demanding, it's important to capitalize on years of R&D and pro rider feedback to create the fastest time trial bike—for all courses. From technical inner-city prologues, to rolling courses with steep grades, it's not just about making the fastest bike for a straight line. With this in mind we've cut the weight and greatly increased the handling characteristics of the Shiv TT with an all-new silhouette. - Fit was also one of the biggest design pillars of the new Shiv TT. With years of Retul data, and professional rider data, we've completely re-done the geometry and front-end of the bike. The updated spacers, bridge, and armrests lock in fit, improving stability and confidence, while the one-piece bar and stem simplifies and lightens the weight of the front-end, balancing the overall feel. - Disc brakes are now a necessity in TTs with variable weather, tight corners, and rough surfaces. Not only do they let you late-brake into corners and shift on the bars, but they also create a more stable chassis in corners and when accelerating. And don't worry, they don't lend themselves to any additional drag.
The same Ritchey ride quality you demand that's ready to ride where ever you go—whether on your local loop or up Alp d'Hueze—without performance sacrifice. - Ritchey triple-butted Logic tubing - Clears 30c tires - Full carbon noise-damping straight steerer fork - Proprietary coupling system doesn't require special tools or effect ride quality - Dropout: QR - Top Tube Length (Effective): 536 - Frame Type: Rigid - Fork Type: Rigid - Brake Type: Disc
Built for maximum performance in the toughest racing conditions and offering impeccable component integration, the FR1 frameset features the most refined racing geometry in Felt's history. This provides confident handling and gives all riders the most efficient and intuitive riding experience possible. The FR1 frame features Felt's UHC Advanced + TeXtreme, while its fork utilizes UHC Ultimate + TeXtreme for a lightweight chassis. The choice of pro teams the world over, the FR1 is ready for your dream build.
The evolution of our flagship competition-killer, the new IA Disc makes the world's winningest triathlon bike an even better performer. Built off of the famous IA FRD platform, this frame has been fully redesigned to accommodate disc wheels. Better braking performance inspires more confidence and boosts overall speed. You and your mechanic will have fewer setup and adjustment issues tied to rim brakes, and the ability to swap out wheels is enhanced because you won't have to worry about different rim widths, nor will you have to change out brake pads between alloy and carbon wheels. Debuting at the 2018 Kona Ironman World Championships, the IA FRD Disc can carry you to the top step of the podium.
Dominate the boards with Felt's TK2. This track-specific rocket is purpose built to give you the edge from a points race to the pursuit. Its custom-butted aluminum Felt frame is super stiff to get you up to speed in a hurry and nicely appointed with aero detailing to keep you there with less effort. Its track-specific TruVativ Omnium crankset and 48x15 gearing keep your confidence high as you blaze through banked corners. And, Mavic's wheels with Challenge tires shave resistance to keep your competition gasping to hold your wheel. A Felt TkR handlebar, 3T stem, and Prologo saddle provide a fast, stable platform for all your velodrome exploits.
Pound the boards or the mean city streets on Felt's TK3. This fixed-gear/track thoroughbred boasts a superbly stiff, supremely aero aluminum frame for lightning-quick accelerations. Its UHC carbon fork provides the confidence to dive through the turns with the utmost in steering precision. This speedy flyer also includes fast-rolling Felt TkR4 wheels, corner-hugging Vittoria tires and a whole suite of choce Felt TkR aluminum components.
Built for the pursuit of adventure, the Solo doesn't stop when the pavement ends. From your familiar weekly rides to taking a chance off the beaten path, the all-new Solo is a bike for any adventure. With massive tire clearance, the ability to run a full-length dropper post, and a 1x specific frame, it's designed for riding anywhere and everywhere. Start your adventure and make every ride your own. - Multi-faceted gravel/adventure bike - Stable, fun handling - Up to 5 water bottle mounts, depending on size - Wide range 1x drivetrain for simplicity - Dropper post compatible - Lower gear range for steep climbs - Shimano hubs for easy service
Built for the pursuit of adventure, the Solo doesn't stop when the pavement ends. From your familiar weekly rides to taking a chance off the beaten path, the all-new Solo is a bike for any adventure. With massive tire clearance, the ability to run a full-length dropper post, and a 1x specific frame, it's designed for riding anywhere and everywhere. Start your adventure and make every ride your own. - Multi-faceted gravel/adventure bike - Stable, fun handling - Up to 5 water bottle mounts, depending on size - Wide range 1x drivetrain for simplicity - Dropper post compatible - New Shimano GRX drivetrain and brakes - Lower gear range for steep climbs
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