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Felt B2 Pro TT Bike

PokerfacePokerface Posts: 7,960
edited April 2011 in Your road bikes
Just a teaser really.

Brand new (2010 frameset) Felt B2 Pro TT bike. Selected as the colours match my team kit :)


Pre-build photos as a teaser. Started building it up tonight and is going into shop for wiring tomoro. Finished photos soon!


Felt1.jpg



Will include the following:
3T Aura Bars
Sram Red front and rear mech
Sram R2C shifters
Sram 900 Carbon brake levers
Zipp 900 Disc and 808 front wheels
Adamo TT saddle
Rotor Crankset with Quarq Cinqo Power Measurement and Q-Rings
Look Keo Max Pedals

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  • c0ugarsc0ugars Posts: 202
    its a lovely frame,where did you get it from??
  • PokerfacePokerface Posts: 7,960
    c0ugars wrote:
    its a lovely frame,where did you get it from??


    Shop in Bath. Was hard to find last year's model anywhere!
  • LagavulinLagavulin Posts: 1,688
    That looks fantastic. Really smart.
  • PokerfacePokerface Posts: 7,960
    Quick updated pic. Most of it built up. Just dropped off at shop for wiring and cabling and finishing touches. Hope to have it done and on the road early next week and some proper photos!

    Bike2-1.jpg
  • a_n_ta_n_t Posts: 2,011
    mint.

    you doing the withington whs 25 on the 9th?
    Manchester wheelers

    PB's
    10m 20:21 2014
    25m 53:18 20:13
    50m 1:57:12 2013
    100m Yeah right.
  • PokerfacePokerface Posts: 7,960
    a_n_t wrote:
    mint.

    you doing the withington whs 25 on the 9th?



    No - will be in Ireland for training camp. But will do the Macc Wheelers 25 the week after.
  • SBezzaSBezza Posts: 2,173
    Very nice, good choice of colours as well.
  • a_n_ta_n_t Posts: 2,011
    Pokerface wrote:
    No - will be in Ireland for training camp. But will do the Macc Wheelers 25 the week after.

    Ah right, will hopefully see it then, then. :)
    Manchester wheelers

    PB's
    10m 20:21 2014
    25m 53:18 20:13
    50m 1:57:12 2013
    100m Yeah right.
  • tremaynetremayne Posts: 378
    Very nice too. Love the colours. Was out marshalling at weekend gone and one of the guys was on same. Best looking bike at the race!
  • turnerjohnturnerjohn Posts: 1,069
    very very very nice ! lumo greens the in colour !
  • Like the green gear cable, could you not get the rest of the cables to match? Maybe it would be a bit too much.
  • PokerfacePokerface Posts: 7,960
    Like the green gear cable, could you not get the rest of the cables to match? Maybe it would be a bit too much.


    It came with those cables (in green and white). Didn't bother changing any of them, although all green would have been a good idea!
  • You just need some nice green kit to go with it!

    :D
  • Karl2010Karl2010 Posts: 511
    Looking good. What happened to the Specialized?
  • PokerfacePokerface Posts: 7,960
    edited April 2011
    Karl2010 wrote:
    Looking good. What happened to the Specialized?


    It's not UCI legal (and I ride UCI events). Stupid little flared-out area at the front fork. :roll:
    UCI are apparently enforcing the rules as of Jan 1 this year, so to be safe, I sold it.
  • the first word i said and ill be honest was "censored !"

    seriously nice bike mate! how much did the wheels cost please?
    Coveryourcar.co.uk RT Tester
    north west of england.
  • PokerfacePokerface Posts: 7,960
    the first word i said and ill be honest was "censored !"

    seriously nice bike mate! how much did the wheels cost please?


    Rear disc was bought last year at around £800. Front was £200.


    It should be finished and back to me on Monday. Will have some nice pics to show soon!
  • very nice, thanks for wheel prices! where did you buy your front wheel please? :)
    Coveryourcar.co.uk RT Tester
    north west of england.
  • PokerfacePokerface Posts: 7,960
    Almost done! Just need to tape the bars up. And waiting for the glue to dry on the deep section front tub, so my 404 on it for now:
    Felt.jpg



    And a close-up of the new Quarq Cinco Rotor SRM:
    Cinqo.jpg
  • Karl2010Karl2010 Posts: 511
    Awesome! Let us know how the Quarq works out.
    How many teeth on the big ring and what cassette?
  • PokerfacePokerface Posts: 7,960
    Karl2010 wrote:
    Awesome! Let us know how the Quarq works out.
    How many teeth on the big ring and what cassette?

    I raced with the Quarq (on my road bike) twice over the weekend. Works brilliantly!

    Standard 53-39 rings (as I'll be swapping the chainset from road to TT bike in order to get power data when racing on both bikes).
  • rozzer32rozzer32 Posts: 3,561
    Really nice ride. The colour scheme works really well.

    Not fancy going all out and get the aero look blade pedals?? :wink:
    ***** Pro Tour Pundit Champion 2020, 2018, 2017 & 2011 *****
  • c0ugarsc0ugars Posts: 202
    It looks even better now with all the parts on it, i now have to find a reason that i need one!!!!!!
  • Pokerface wrote:
    the first word i said and ill be honest was "censored !"

    seriously nice bike mate! how much did the wheels cost please?


    Rear disc was bought last year at around £800. Front was £200.

    It should be finished and back to me on Monday. Will have some nice pics to show soon!

    Jesus!!! got anymore Zipps that cheap, im after a 404!!
    Helmand Province is such a nice place.....
  • PokerfacePokerface Posts: 7,960
    Still need some decent photos - but here's the finished bike. First TT tonight!


    TT-2.jpg
  • nakita222nakita222 Posts: 341
    how long are those cranks???????????? :shock:
    Beautifull bike
  • PokerfacePokerface Posts: 7,960
    nakita222 wrote:
    how long are those cranks???????????? :shock:
    Beautifull bike


    172.5 = pretty standard
  • pickledpickled Posts: 439
    Must have missed this one.
    Really well specced and put together. Like. Like. Like
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