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Subject: Selling: 2011 Felt B16 TT/Triathlon bike, size 56cm
Purchased this bike brand new from Bicycle World Houston in August 2011. Bike was strictly used for racing, not training, and we competed in 5 races in 2012 and 6 races in 2013. Never laid down, dropped, crashed or scratched and components are in perfect working condition. Please visit the Felt website for full list of technical specs; Shimano Ultegra derailleurs, FSA cransket and FSA brakes on the bike now. Comes with the original Felt TTR wheelset. I'd like to keep my saddle, but am willing to let the Shimano pedals go with the bike. Will also throw in the tube-mounted Felt carbon water bottle holder.

This bike was my baby and was taken care of as such. It has seen me rise in the rankings from an average age-grouper to recently qualifying for the USAT nationals in 2014. I hate to sell this bike, but I am having my hip labrum repaired in October and will miss the majority of the 2014 season. I'd rather it go to someone who can use it than sit in the guest room collecting dust. Asking $1,400 plus shipping (should be under $100).

Feel free to fire away with the questions...thanks for looking.



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2013-12-08 9:02 PM
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Subject: RE: Selling: 2011 Felt B16 TT/Triathlon bike, size 56cm
Is this still available?
2013-12-30 10:33 PM
in reply to: jcuriel9787


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Subject: RE: Selling: 2011 Felt B16 TT/Triathlon bike, size 56cm
i have this same bike for sale! minus the zipp wheels. Let me know if your interested.
2014-01-01 1:58 PM
in reply to: Manny23


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Subject: RE: Selling: 2011 Felt B16 TT/Triathlon bike, size 56cm
still around?
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