Felt B10 review

  • Price Paid:$5,100.00
  • User rating:
    (4.6)
  • Would buy again from this company: Yes
  • Used product for: 4 months
  • # of logged workouts: 29

"Awesome for hilly areas because of the extra shifters on the horns. This allows for shifting adjustments mid hill, without hesitation, while out of the saddle, even in the crankset."pga_mike

(0)

Bike shop put "Billy" together.

(5)

The shifters are up button for easier, and down button for harder. And they are located on both the aero bars and the horns. Battery is easy to change.

(5)

Seems pretty darn solid.

(5)

Awesome, after a couple of fine-tunings.

(4)

I changed the saddle with my old one. Several fitting adjustments and now it is groovy. Only problem is that the gel aero pads don't cover the entire plate, so you have to choose an area where the composite could contact your forearm.

(4)

Pretty easy, but a couple of the hex bolts are hard to access. Not something that I need every day.

(0)

I won't know until I put some more outdoor use on it.

(5)

Di2 alone costs around $3,000. And this has a nice carbon from and the quality that you would expect from middle range Felt.

(5)

Carbon. Clear coat. What else do you need?

(4)

It took forever for the bike to show up.

(4)

Super fast on flats and uphills. I miss my 55/11 on the downhills.

This bike shifts like a dream. The battery seems to last forever. I have only recharged it once this winter, with an average of 6 hrs of riding/wk.

Gearing is not aggressive, so on my two outdoor rides, I was over 100 rpm with the bike in the 54/25 and couldn't get any force at ~30 mph.

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  • 7 people use
  • 732 workouts logged
  • 24904.56 miles / 1474.92 hours logged