The Dispatch 7/60 embodies the latest in mountain bike technology in a value-laden bike that offers both incredible performance and a ride like no other. It’s F-Lite aluminum frame is paired with a RockShox 30 Silver fork with 100mm of travel, meaning you can traverse the whole mountain or your local trail with confidence and its 27.5-inch wheels are the perfect balance between smooth rolling capabilities and steering confidence. The build features a streamlined and efficient 1x10-speed drivetrain, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes for powerful all-weather stopping power, and ergonomic grips and saddle by Devox that provide a comfortable ride to keep you pedaling from sunrise to sunset.
If you’re looking for a bike that will offer a long life of service while giving you the thrill of a lifetime, look no further than the Dispatch 7/70. Its frame is built from Felt’s F-Lite aluminum material, which makes for a rugged frame that helps mitigates rough chatter from the trail. Big hits are handled by the Dispatch’s SR/Suntour fork and its 100mm of travel. It rolls on tubeless-ready, 27.5-inch wheels for quick steering and stable handling and Schwalbe Rapid Rob tires offer tons of traction. The build features a highly-capable 18-speed Shimano drivetrain, Tektro hydraulic disc brakes for powerful all-weather stopping power, and ergonomic grips and saddle by Devox that provide a comfortable ride to keep you pedaling from sunrise to sunset.
The Dispatch 7/90 is the ideal choice for both the experienced mountain biker and a rider looking to get outside and enjoy their local trails. It’s frame is made from Felt’s F-Lite hydroformed aluminum for a rugged build and a smooth ride. Its 27.5-inch wheels are tubeless-ready and wrapped in grippy Kenda tires, and the SR/Suntour fork with 100mm of travel will take the edge off the rider over the roughest terrain. The build features a capable Shimano 24-speed drivetrain, Tektro mechanical disc brakes for powerful all-weather stopping power, and ergonomic grips and saddle by Devox that provide a comfortable ride to keep you pedaling from sunrise to sunset.
Crafted from Felt’s UHC Advanced carbon fiber, the Doctrine is the lightest and stiffest XC racing frame in Felt’s long history of carbon innovation. Incredibly efficient, fast as lightning up the climbs, and perfectly balanced on the descents, the Doctrine 1 is ready for your fastest race day. It features a RockShox SID RL Solo Air fork with 100mm of travel, SRAM X01 12-speed drivetrain, Level TLM hydraulic disc brakes, and lightweight DT Swiss wheels.
With the perfect balance of confidence and speed, the Doctrine 3 delivers high performance for every level of racer. Its UHC Advanced carbon fiber frame makes for an efficient and balanced chassis, while its RockShox Reba RL fork with 100mm of travel can handle anything the racecourse throws at it. A SRAM 12-speed GX drivetrain and lightweight, tubeless-ready 29-inch Alex wheels with Maxxis Ikon tires complete a race-ready package.
Felt's Nine 1 is your big-wheeled ticket to the fast land of epic cross country rides and races. This 29er rocket boasts Felt's super-light, ultra-high-modulus carbon frame that dishes out the perfect blend of stiffness, compliance and confident handling. To tame rough terrain, it features the supremely adjustable, super light RockShox SID with 100mm of travel and momentum-carrying DT Swiss wheels wrapped in tacky Schwalbe tires to keep you floating over terra firma. Throw in a crisp shifting 1x11-speed SRAM X01 drivetrain and powerful Level TLM disc brakes and Felt's Nine 1 is set to provide perfect shifting and pinpoint stopping on every trail.
Fun, thy name is Surplus-e! This is the ticket to hitting the trail if you haven't been on the bike for a while, if you want to keep up with your fitter friends, if you want to increase your range, if you want to test the bounds of e-bike riding...Basically, this is an awesome e-MTB rig that looks hot and rides like a regular mountain bike (with some extra assistance as needed). As with our other e-bikes, you get out what you put into it. If you want to go hard, you'll get the workout. If you need to take it easy on a climb, you'll be able to catch your breath and save your legs. If you want to stretch your normal 1-hour ride into a 2nd...or 3rd...or 4th hour, go for it. The only limit is how mad your significant other will get if you aren't back when you said you'd be.
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