Felt's Brougham offers head-turning style and a ride so smooth you'll swear you're floating down the street. Its track-style steel frame and fork deliver a ferocious combination of speed and agility, no matter if you're ruling the local alley cat, working on tricks in a parking garage or zipping along on a morning commute. However you ride, you glide on 30mm-deep aero wheels with high-flange track hubs that let you roll fixie or coast. Hop on your Brougham and get out there—the city won't know what hit it.
|Frame||Felt 4130 Chromoly|
|Hubs||Aluminum high-flange, rear flip-flop|
|Tires||Vittoria Randonneur II, 700 x 28c|
|Rear Cogs||17T frewheel and fixed cog, flip-flop|
|Handlebars||Felt Steel, riser|
|Brakes||Tektro dual-pivot caliper|
|Pedals||Aluminum platform w/steel toe clips and leather straps|
|Saddle||Felt Urban Classic Road|
* Subject to change without notice.
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Vendor Number|
|Cockateal / 54cm||00840075132370||360254||FB -360254|
|Cockateal / 56cm||00840075132387||360256||FB -360256|
|Cockateal / 58cm||00840075132394||360258||FB -360258|
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Excellent machine for beginner and intermediate cyclists. Durable. Easy to maintain and store. I recommend adding a more comfortable saddle and handgrips. Additionally, have shop adjust riding gear to your specific needs to enhance moving rate. Enjoy!!
I test rode this bike at the [...] location on the day I made this review and I enjoyed riding it, that I ended up getting used to it. hahaha! :) The brakes were very responsive and its so easy to carry, whether you are hanging it on the ceiling or just simply taking it up and down the stairs. Two of the things I noticed is that it doesn't have the screws for a bottle holder to be screwed into the aluminum frame and it looked like most of the handlebar was all used up, that it would be almost impossible to mount a bike light or a bike computer onto it. Also, the rims and the tires are just like the modern roadbikes you see on the trails today so it'll go a bit rough through the small bumps unless if you slow it down. But despite that, I enjoyed riding it around [...] today. So if you're looking for a bike that has the regular handlebars, is very light and easy to carry, and does not cost as much as the modern roadbikes you see on the trails today, then I would consider trying out this bike. You won't be disappointed.
I've looked at one of these in the shop, but they had brakes on it, so I couldn't check to see if it does bar-spins. It's a perfect bike for the price though
I bought the bike for training/exercise and a little nostalgia related to the "old school bikes". The fixed gear is an incredible way to get exercise. I spent the whole weekend with riding around town with my daughter. It's Monday and I am at work smiling ear to ear! I think I am going for a messenger bag now. The guys in the Vista shop were awesome about getting the bike dialed in. Thanks FELT. Great bike.
stylish and fun to ride