The IA 2 provides pure speed for the fastest bike split of your life. The frame is crafted from Felt’s UHC Advanced carbon fiber, and it features integrated storage solutions for the ultimate in utility. Endless adjustability and fit options provide every athlete with the perfect position for even the longest distance events and a top-notch build including an 11-speed, electronic SRAM RED etap drivetrain, Quarq Prime Carbon crankset, and Zipp 30 Course wheelset, ensures that you're competing for the top podium spot.
The IA Advanced Rim Brake provides the gateway to the illustrious IA Series. Winner of Ironman Kona for 5 of the past 6 years, the IA rim bike platform is perfect for your training and fully dialed for the race day performance you want to deliver. For model year 2020, we've brought the amazing quality and top-notch materials of the IA single-digit bikes to the entire IA series line-up. This means that for the first time ever, the IA Advanced gets a full Textreme frameset that is lighter, strong, and more performance-tuned at a never-before-seen price point. Complementing the bike is a Shimano 105 groupset, ISM saddle, and the addition of the BTS storage pack to truly position you for your next big race or to start your adventure in triathlon.
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.
We can tell you that the IA is the most aerodynamic bike in the world. We can also say that it’s the best-handling triathlon bike on the planet. But what we should really mention is that the IA has won the Kona World Championship a staggering six times in a row, and it’s set both new bike course and overall course records across the lava fields of Hawaii. So, really, what else do you need to know? Buy it if: You want the winningest bike in triathlon, one that emphasizes aerodynamic efficiency, ride quality, and real-world usability, all in equal measure. - The most aerodynamic bike in Felt’s history w/endless fit adjustability - Shimano Ultegra drivetrain - Devox 30A Disc tubeless-ready wheelset - TRP HD-T910 hydraulic disc brakes - IA CALpac 2.0 and IA BTSpac storage boxes
The B is one of the most legendary badges in triathlon history and has long reigned as a symbol of the blood, sweat, and tears shed by the most devoted triathletes, as well as the dedication put into every single one of our bikes. Whether you’re just starting on your journey into the world of triathlon or you’re a multi-sport veteran, the B Performance race bike is for you. Buy it if: You want a carbon bike designed exclusively for triathlon, and one that perfectly blends endless fit adjustability, real-world usability, and the aerodynamic efficiency for which all Felt bikes are renowned. Highlights: - Carbon fiber frame and fork - Aerodynamically optimized design - Exceptional handling and fit customization
Featuring the very same advanced aerodynamic technologies found on the elite IA FRD model, the IA3 Disc offers stunning value with a finely curated component selection that will have you posting your fastest bike split from the get-go. Its frame is crafted from Felt’s UHC Advanced + TeXtreme carbon fiber, and it features integrated storage solutions for ultimate utility. Endless adjustability and fit options provide every athlete with the perfect position for even the longest distance events. Disc brakes enhance the overall experience with greater control in technical sections of the racecourse, and dramatically improve handling in adverse racing or training conditions.
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