Felt F1 Pr Geometry?

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by boots2000

I just came across this bike today- It looks like it might be a nice bike for occasional off-road.
They say it has 3mm lower bb, 13mm longer stays, 2cm longer front center, and will take up to a 32mm tire- But I can't find the complete geometry sheet.
Does anyone have this info?

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by boots2000

Thanks, looks like it could be a cool bike.

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by Dov

It would be interesting to see the gap between the stays. I have a Felt F1 (2013) and you could run those Challenge PR tires on it with a narrow rim but with a wide rim they swell out to 30mm and then don't fit.
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by djconnel

Stack/reach ratio on the 58 cm (what Tour would typically test) is 1.45. In contrast, the Cervelo R-series is 1.49. So this may not be as aggressive F1, but it's still very much a racing geometry. It looks like a nice option.

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by ultyguy

Love it! Another great bike from Felt.

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by FilmAt11

SuperDave - on the website, the 54cm geometry chart appears incorrect - the front center would calculate correctly if the wheelbase is 997mm (versus 967mm). Please confirm - thanks!

http://www.feltbicycles.com/USA/2015/Bi ... F1-PR.aspx

Edit: Also appears on the gravel bikes page with a different geometry chart:

http://www.feltbicycles.com/USA/2015/Bi ... F1-PR.aspx


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by LionelB

What are some other options for a modern carbon bike with mid reach brakes ?

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