2018 Felt IA2

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Professional Reviews

The first thing we noticed while riding the IA is fairly effortless acceleration. You look at it and see all that carbon fiber and think it’s going to accelerate like a school bus. And while it’s not quite the dancing on the pedals acceleration that TT bikes like the P5 are striving to attain – it’s beyond what we used to think of when it came to triathlon bikes. Once you get it up to speed it’s a very comfortable cruiser. We were putting on the miles with no fuss.

Staff Writers, Aero Geeks
Please note the specific model reviewed may be different.

Bike Specifications

Groupset

SRAM RED eTap

Crankset

Quarq Prime Carbon, 52/36T, 48 -51cm 165mm — 54 -56cm 170mm — 58cm 172.5mm

Rear Derailleur

SRAM RED eTap 11-speed

Front Derailleur

SRAM RED eTap braze-on

Cassette

SRAM 11-speed, 11-28T

Brakes

Shimano 105 BR-R7070 hydraulic disc, 160mm rotor Shimano 105 BR-R7070 hydraulic disc, 140mm rotor

Brake Type

Disc

Shifters

SRAM 500 AeroSRAM RED eTap 11-speed wireless

Rims / Wheelset

Zipp 30 Course clincher, tubeless ready

Tyres

Felt Aero TTR2 folding, 700 x 23c

Bottom Bracket

Token BB30 with 22/24mm bearings

Hubs

Devox TTR3, sealed cartridge bearing, 100mm QR, 24H Devox TTR3, sealed cartridge bearing, 11-speed, 130mm QR, 28H

Handlebar

Felt Dagger UHC Ultimate + Nano base bar with Felt Ÿ-Bend 3-position extensions

Stem

Felt Dagger

Saddle

ISM PS1.0

Seatpost

Felt Vibration Reducing Aero Tri UHC Advanced carbon fiber with 3T DiffLock Comfort Module internals, 300mm length