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Felt Trail Shot 2010 Mountain Bike £599.00 (RRP £1,149.99 ) @ Wiggle with FREE Delivery + £12 Quidco

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Top Features of the Felt Trail Shot 2010 WEIGHT: (Small) 27.05lb/12.4kg FRAME: Felt Trail Shot Design, 6061 Aluminum, Hydroform Top Tube, MTB Vertical Dropouts, with Euro BB Shell, Disc Brake Only… Read More
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Top Features of the Felt Trail Shot 2010
WEIGHT: (Small) 27.05lb/12.4kg
FRAME: Felt Trail Shot Design, 6061 Aluminum, Hydroform Top Tube, MTB Vertical Dropouts, with Euro BB Shell, Disc Brake Only, Replaceable Derailleur Hanger, ISCG Chainguide Mount, Ultra Short Stays
FORK: RockShox Recon 355 Solo Air 20mm with Turnkey Lockout, 130mm All Travel Adjust, 4.73lbs, Hollow Alloy Crown, Magnesium Lowers with 20mm Dropouts and Maxle QR, 32mm 7000 series Stanchions and steerer, Adjustments: Spring Preload, External Rebound. Disc Specific.
HEADSET: Semi-Integrated 1-1/8" Aheadset--Steel Cups, Caged Bearing, with Alloy Laser Top Cap, Custom Curved 1 x 15mm + 2 x 5mm Straight Washers
STEM: FELT All Mountain stem, 3D Forged Alloy, 4-bolt design, 31.8 Bar Bore, 60mm Extension
HANDLEBAR: FELT All Mountain Handlebar Butted Oversize 6061 Aluminum, 31.8mm clamp diameter, 35mm Rise, 8 degree bend with 4 degree sweep, Width: 680mm
GRIPS: Felt AM Grip Custom "LOCK-ON" Design with Alloy Ends Single-Density Extra-Soft & Sticky (Recipe #25) Durometer, 130mm Length, 30mm OD
BAR ENDS/CAPS: Rubber Plugs w/ Felt logo Bubble Decal, Included w/Grip
SHIFTERS: SRAM X-7 Trigger 27 speed Shifter
FRONT DERAILLEUR: Sram X-7 Low CLAMP, BLK Ø34.9 TOP PULL
REAR DERAILLEUR: Sram X-9 Long cage
CRANKSET: Truvativ STYLO 2.2 AM Dual Ring with Bashguard, 2-Piece Crank Giga-X-Pipe External Bearing Design, 36/24T Cold-Forged AL-66, S=170mm; M-L=175mm
PEDALS: Felt Backpedal Alloy Platform,
CHAIN: Sram PC-951 (9-Speed) Silver Outer
FREEWHEEL/CASSETTE: SRAM PG-950, 9-Speed Cassette, 11-32T
BRAKE LEVERS: Avid Juicy 3
BRAKES: Avid Juicy 3 Hydraulic, Rotors: 185mm Front; 160mm Rear
CABLES: Custom Felt Cable Set, Standard Black Casing, Featuring CP Stamped Logos & FELT Rubber 2-Tone Tube Tops at Head Tube and One Red CNC Alloy ferrule Brake hose supplied with Brakeset
SADDLE: DEVOX XAM SADDLE Wide Nose, Broad flat rear with soft tissue relief channel. 2mm Gel Endurance layer, Rear "Jewel Safe" crush zone, Kevlar protected edges, Stitch free top, smooth leg chafe protection. 7mm heat treated Hollow Cr-Mo Rails
SEAT POST: Felt Alloy Micro-Adjust, 100% Black, 6061 Low-Profile Forged Head & Extruded Rall Clamps, 30.9mm x 400mm (CEN)
SEAT POST CLAMP: Felt Bolt-Type with Logo, Cold Forged + CNC, 6061 Aluminum, with Steel Barrel Nut Design, 31.8mm
RIMS/WHEELSET: Mavic XC-317 Disc Doublewall, 26 x 1.5 x 32H, 23mm Width, Presta Valve, DISC Brake-Specific, Black Anodized
FRONT HUB: Formula 20mm Thru Axle Cold-Forged Aluminium Body, 32H Disc Brake
REAR HUB: Shimano FH-M475, 6-Bolt Type Rotor Mount, 32H, with Quick Release
SPOKES: Stainless DB 14/15G, Brass Nipples
TYRES: FELT TAR XC ALL ROUNDER 26 x 2.3 60TPI Folding Bead, with Presta valve Inner Tubes
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#1
Very good spec for the price.
#2
And £12 Quidco.
banned#3
Hawfinch
And £12 Quidco.

Thanks for that
#4
Very very hot. Almost worth buying just to split the parts to sell for an overall profit.
#5
I'm 5'9 so would a meduim sized frame be ok for doe's not say how big

spitroast
#6
hmm tempting but looks like a womens frame
#7
Hot! Can't seem to find any reviews of the bike online though :S.
#8
Very nice price indeed, the forks on it are 200 on their own.

If you want to use it on-road, you'll probably need to do something about the gearing. 36-11 top gear will have most people spinning out on flat tarmac.

http://2010.feltracing.com/United-Kingdom/2010-Product-Catalog/Mountain/TRAIL-SHOT-Series/Trail-Shot.aspx

Bike Geometry tab for the S M L dimensions.
#9
Scorchin` ............
#10
Looks a bit 'jumpy' to me. Is this for skills riding as it doesn't shout XC?

Oh, and you can get a bike for £50 from ASDA blah blah blah I bought a car for that etc....
#11
Great deal but TopCashBack is 4% btw as opposed to quidco 2% and doesn't charge a yearly fee.

edit: oh no whoops, it's also 2% at TCB.

Edited By: sotomonkey on Sep 27, 2010 18:17: MEHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
banned#12
Sort of a review here...

New Felt Trailshot Arrives in UK February 24th, 2010
“Just into the warehouse and ready for new homes” reckons Ross, our inside man at UK Felt Bikes importers Saddleback. Here’s what he has to say about the “designed for the UK” bike…

“I have had a proto frame since the summer ’09, and have put a lot of miles on it and ridden right across the winter. Can’t wait for the spring! The bikes that have just landed have had a couple refinements over the proto, and are ready to hit the UK soil. I am bang on 6ft and the 17.5” frame gives easily enough leg extension to ride out to the trails, and easily enough clearance to shimmy the bike through Bristol’s finest Singletrack© and Wales’ techy-ist trails. The bike has been with me to the majority of Welsh trail centres and on many classic rides, and to a lot of the South West’s BMX tracks and hidden pump tracks. I could not be more happy with the bike and the people I have met out riding, who managed to blag a ride on the bike, have all been equally as impressed.”


Marketing schpiel…

“From your local single track blast, to trail centre red runs, the Trail Shot gives you all the confidence you need for innovative lines, bold moves and sustained flow. Whether you’re aiming to clean a section first time, or do your share of the next 12 hour race, the purpose-built Hydroformed 6061 aluminium frame, Rockshox 2010 Recon Solo Air fork and SRAM drive train give you the performance and confidence to up your game.”

http://www.singletrackworld.com/2010/02/new-felt-trailshot-arrives-in-uk/

Edited By: slamdunkin on Sep 27, 2010 18:26: .
#13
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#14
SpamJavelin
Looks a bit 'jumpy' to me. Is this for skills riding as it doesn't shout XC?Oh, and you can get a bike for £50 from ASDA blah blah blah I bought a car for that etc....
How much - I could buy a car for that.

Why not get one from Asda for £50?:p
#15
fluffy-k
Very nice price indeed, the forks on it are 200 on their own.

If you want to use it on-road, you'll probably need to do something about the gearing. 36-11 top gear will have most people spinning out on flat tarmac.

http://2010.feltracing.com/United-Kingdom/2010-Product-Catalog/Mountain/TRAIL-SHOT-Series/Trail-Shot.aspx


Bike Geometry tab for the S M L dimensions.
So you think this bike is no good for road use

spitroast
#16
Very tempted, ESP with Wiggle offering a 30 day testride with free return on bike.

http://www.wiggle.co.uk/h/option/30testride

Anyone ever taken them up on this?
#17
8) hot
banned#18
fluffy-k
Very nice price indeed, the forks on it are 200 on their own. .

Hi Fluffy-K I'm not trying to be pedantic, I know they can be had in a sale for that price but the RRP of the forks is £250 .
#19
spit roast
[So you think this bike is no good for road use
spitroast


Am sure its fine for some road use, if you were spending most of your time on the road I think you would look at changing the front chainring to a triple though, which may involve changing the bottom bracket and front derailleur too (dunno without going over the spec with fine toothcomb).

And fair enough on fork price, just did quick google for what they're available for.
#20
lemmylemmy
Very tempted, ESP with Wiggle offering a 30 day testride with free return on bike.


http://www.wiggle.co.uk/h/option/30testride


Anyone ever taken them up on this?

No, but I bought a hardtail from them last year on the basis of that offer. I like the bike so much I didn't want to return it. It arrived in a huge cardboard box. :D

This is just the start of their annual end-of-season bike sale. The 2011 models are coming out so "everything must go". If you wait a little the prices of all the 2010 models will come down.
banned#21
Hawfinch
The 2011 models are coming out so "everything must go". If you wait a little the prices of all the 2010 models will come down.

This model was only released in March of this year....do a google to see what all the other shops are selling it at....

Edited By: slamdunkin on Sep 27, 2010 20:41: .
#22
COLD deal. Branded bike here Dual suspension bike with DOUBLE the suspension.
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/129-3322675A74UC691883X.jpg
Or this: http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_storeId_10001_catalogId_10151_productId_766169_langId_-1_categoryId_165499 £350 down to £140 with EXTRA 15% off applied at checkout!!!!!!!!!11
FEATURES & BENEFITS OF THE REEBOK SOLO MOUNTAIN BIKE

Lightweight aluminium frame for a faster and easier ride
Front suspension offers improved control on un-even terrain
21 speed Shimano gearing providing faster hill-climbing and better acceleration
Front and rear V-brakes offering efficient braking
Alloy wheel rims featuring 26" MTB tyres for extra grip and control









Edited By: chaffordred on Sep 27, 2010 21:21: .
banned#23
chaffordred
COLD deal. Branded bike herehttp://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3322675/c_1/1%7Ccategory_root%7CSports+and+leisure%7C14419152/c_2/3%7C14419152%7CBikes,+cycling+and+accessories%7C14419153/c_3/4%7Ccat_14419153%7CDual+suspension+bikes%7C14419175.htm with DOUBLE the suspension.Or this:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/felt-trail-shot-2010-599-rrp-1-149-/765868?page=2 £350 down to £140 with EXTRA 15% off applied at checkout!!!!!!!!!11

Your first link doesn't work and the second brings you back to this page....But thanks for your valuable input.
#24
slamdunkin
chaffordred
COLD deal. Branded bike here[url=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/3322675/c_1/1%7Ccategory_root%7CSports+and+leisure%7C14419152/c_2/3%7C14419152%7CBikes,+cycling+and+accessories%7C14419153/c_3/4%7Ccat_14419153%7CDual+suspension+bikes%7C14419175.htm with DOUBLE the suspension.Or this:[url=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/felt-trail-shot-2010-599-rrp-1-149-/765868?page=2 £350 down to £140 with EXTRA 15% off applied at checkout!!!!!!!!!11


Your first link doesn't work and the second brings you back to this page....But thanks for your valuable input.


Fixed. Dont mention it.
#25
This looks like a good deal but am a bit worried by the lack of reviews (just one so far). Is there much need to get such an up-to-date model, do they change much year on year? Forgive the newbie q's (well I'm not so much a newbie at riding, just buying - have been using the same rigid Marin Palisades trail from around '98 but only go out on it maybe once or twice a month on average). So just wondering what people are looking at here giving the heat. Would say my #1 and #2 criteria for a bike would be build quality and as lightweight as possible, does this fit the bill for both? The Marin has lasted for years and taken a fair amount of moderate off road riding without any major components being replaced (OK they probably need it by now), is this likely to be of similar quality? Thanks for any help and please no sneering, just trying to tap into a bit of collective knowledge here.
#26
Lol, someone is trolling.
#27
It's worth spending another 100 or so and getting the next one up because SHRAM is ****!
Really ****! SHIMANO XT is where's its at, pricey but they'll go on forever whereas SHRAM will just give up, break then die - probably on a big ass hill.

p.s i bought this bike a few months ago but with SHIMANO XT
banned#28
Geno
It's worth spending another 100 or so and getting the next one up because SHRAM is ****! Really ****! SHIMANO XT is where's its at, pricey but they'll go on forever whereas SHRAM will just give up, break then die - probably on a big ass hill. p.s i bought this bike a few months ago but with SHIMANO XT

what B****x....shimano and Sram have comparable ranges

shimano Deore = sram X5
shimano LX sram x7
shimano XT Sram X9
shimano XTR = Sram X.O
Both Brands are of the same quality and reliability, it just down to preference


Edited By: slamdunkin on Sep 27, 2010 23:48: .
#29
Geno
It's worth spending another 100 or so and getting the next one up because SHRAM is ****!
Really ****! SHIMANO XT is where's its at, pricey but they'll go on forever whereas SHRAM will just give up, break then die - probably on a big ass hill.

p.s i bought this bike a few months ago but with SHIMANO XT


Big deal. My bike above has 21 shimano gears
#30
Now if i could get this on the cycle to work scheme i sure as hell would buy this!
#31
How much?

I bought a car for that. They sell them at Asda much cheaper. You could get one for under £60 there.
#32
chaffordred
COLD deal. Branded bike here Dual suspension bike with DOUBLE the suspension.
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/129-3322675A74UC691883X.jpg
Or this: http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_storeId_10001_catalogId_10151_productId_766169_langId_-1_categoryId_165499 £350 down to £140 with EXTRA 15% off applied at checkout!!!!!!!!!11
FEATURES & BENEFITS OF THE REEBOK SOLO MOUNTAIN BIKE

Lightweight aluminium frame for a faster and easier ride
Front suspension offers improved control on un-even terrain
21 speed Shimano gearing providing faster hill-climbing and better acceleration
Front and rear V-brakes offering efficient braking
Alloy wheel rims featuring 26" MTB tyres for extra grip and control










The only thing that's good about that bike is that it has an aluminium fram, but even that is spoiled by the weight of the rear suspension. I would avoid any dual suspension bike who's RRP is less than about £700-£800 and even then only get one if you really need the rear suspension.


Edited By: sotomonkey on Sep 28, 2010 12:33: ...
#33
fordy62
They sell them at Asda much cheaper. You could get one for under £60 there.

They're really good, those Asda bikes.
http://img97.imageshack.us/img97/8191/istockphoto6684199madbi.jpg
#34
Hawfinch
fordy62
They sell them at Asda much cheaper. You could get one for under £60 there.

They're really good, those Asda bikes.
http://img97.imageshack.us/img97/8191/istockphoto6684199madbi.jpg



EXACTLY WHAT I THOUGHT !!!
banned#35
Funny
#36
I just bought one. When it arrives, i'll let you know what it's like.

Cheers,
simon
#37
Just got the bike yesterday from wiggle for £559.00. Is a great bike I have kona which was £1200 last year and this bike is better!!!!! I just put my old bike on bay the kona and just got £525 buy now :) .... So this bike cost me £24 :)... With hard times in the uk .. I feel so happy .. I forgot to tell you got a pack of drinks bars etc free to from wiggle to... Worth £16 ... So it's was £8 :3. I smashed though the wood last night and it took my hard aggressive style ...... My review is bargain
#38
Hey how come you got it for £559!
#39
I bought one last week, only spent an hour on it on saturday but very pleased. Seems very well put together.
#40
im 5'9 but have short arms and legs i had a kona hoss 2006 model 18'' bike before and found it way to large

floor to my crotch is 28'' -29'' depending on how tight fit it is

but cant workout for the life of me what size to get everything says get a medium but i have a feeling i should get the small

anyone who has a medium or small can you tell me what the standover height is and the length between seat and handel bars and ill guesstimate from this if any one can help

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