$8,000.00

Developed for the world?s most demanding XC racecourses, the Edict 1 is most at home on the start line of a World Cup race and the top step of the podium. Its ultra-light and ultra-stiff frame is constructed from Felt?s UHC Advanced carbon fiber and designed with 100mm of rear travel to smooth out the terrain while putting all the power to the ground. The perfect blend of a RockShox SID RL fork and SRAM X01 Eagle components makes the Edict 1 the ideal bike to get you to the finish line faster than the competition.

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Description

Frame:
Felt XC, 100mm travel, FAST suspension, UHC Advanced carbon fiber, MMC with InsideOut construction, full carbon dropouts, ControlTaper head tube, post disc mount, replaceable derailleur hanger, 73mm threaded BB, carbon fiber rocker links, 1x specific, 12 x 148mm Syntace style thru axle, internal derailleur cable routing

Fork:
RockShox SID RL Solo air, 100mm travel, remote, 15 x 110mm Boost thru axle

Drivetrain:
SRAM X01 Eagle 1×12, 34T crank, 10-50T cassette

Components:
SRAM Level TLM brakes, 160/180mm rotors, Devox carbon seatpost, Prologo Kappa RS saddle, Devox stem, Devox carbon flat top handlebar

Wheelset:
DT Swiss X1900 wheelset, tubeless ready, 25mm inner width, Boost thru axle 148/110mm with Maxxis Ardent Race, EXO/TR tubeless ready 29 x 2.2″ tires

Accessories:
n/a

Finish:
Matte Carbon (Blue, Grey)

Sizes:
SM (16″), MD (18″), LG (20″), XL (22″)

Weight:
11.35Kg / 25.02lb

Brand

Felt

Felt Bicycles in Newcastle and the Hunter Valley Felt Racing is an American bicycle manufacturer based in Irvine, California. Since humble beginnings in 1994 by Jim Felt, Felt has produced a massive range of high quality road, mountain, track, bmx, cyclocross, electric bicycles, and cruiser bikes. Since our opening day in 2006, CFN has proudly stocked Felt Bicycles. Our sponsored athletes ride Felt Bicycles and attribute their success to Felt's desire to "design, develop and deliver the best bicycles in the world."