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Subject: Felt S22 Tri Bike (58cm) - $1100 (Duluth)
Essentially new 2012 Felt S22 frame built up top-notch components.

Amazing value for this solid, nearly new tri bike. Includes bike computer, pedals, bento box and wheel covers, as shown.

Frame: Felt Aero TT/Tri Custom 7005 Ultra-light butted Aluminum Frame w/ smooth welding, FULL Aero DT, ST w/ Rear wheel recess, CNC HT & BB30 Shell, Internal Cable Routing, Forged Horizontal Dropouts

Fork: Felt Airfoil Carbon w/Cr-Mo steerer, aero crown

Brakeset: Aluminum dual pivot brakes, Tektro RX 4.1 Aero Bar End Type levers

Shift Levers: Shimano Dura-Ace STI Dual Control

Derailleurs: Shimano Dura-Ace

Crankset: FSA SL-K

Rear Cogs: 10-speed, 11 - 23 teeth

Seatpost: Felt Airo-Pro Carbon Micro-Adjust, 27.2mm diameter

Handlebar : FSA Vision

Extensions: FSA Carbon Pro

Wheels: Felt TTR-4

Priced as shown: $1,100


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2013-06-06 5:46 AM
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