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Felt Nine 5 Matt Carbon Green Carbon Fibre 53% Off from £1299.99 Size XS
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Felt Nine 5 Matt Carbon Green Carbon Fibre 53% Off from £1299.99 Size XS

£599.99£1,299.9954%Planet X Deals
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Posted 21st Jun
Other Sizes available S - £699.99 and M - £999.99

The foundation of the Nine 5 is its incredibly capable UHC Performance
carbon fiber frame. Upon that foundation, we added the Rock Shox Recon
Silver Solo fork, Shimano Deore 2x10 drivetrain and race-read 29"
wheels. The result is a fast, lively bike that delivers confidence and
performance to your ride.
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Only XS at this price?
Great price rubbish deal as only this price for small - they are shedding excess stock. If this price for large I’d have bought 2 haha
Might want to add XS only to the tittle. Saves people wasting time looking.
Would an XS small be suitable for someone who's 5' or would it still be quite big?
Does anyone know what height person the xs would suit please
mb02121/06/2019 22:23

Does anyone know what height person the xs would suit please


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The Felt Nine 3 also looks a bit of a bargain with a decent spec. Thats available in a small size as well as XS for £799 - planetx.co.uk/i/q…red
Calling cold, XS rather no good for most of humans population.... Kids goes bmx those days. On PS4 or Xbox....
Another great deal for short arses. Seems 'XS' and 'S' are always the least popular frame sizes for many bikes and require the most discounting to shift.
bonzobanana22/06/2019 08:54

Another great deal for short arses. Seems 'XS' and 'S' are always the …Another great deal for short arses. Seems 'XS' and 'S' are always the least popular frame sizes for many bikes and require the most discounting to shift.


Yet quite often there are also the large and xtra large left behind - just check start fitness or Winstanley (both that pick up excess stock). It would seem that there is almost a normal distribution with extremities at both ends of the scale and medium following the population heights characteristics - who ever would have thought it!
Got this for my 5'2 girlfriend, XS is a great fit. You'll be pushed to find a similar spec bike with alu frame for £600 from budget GoOutdoors/Decathlon bikes.

Personally need XL frame at 6'4. Quit moaning about sizing when good used bikes in a M/L literally flood eBay.

The pains of finding a good XS and XL bike.
hajabi21/06/2019 23:39

Calling cold, XS rather no good for most of humans population.... Kids …Calling cold, XS rather no good for most of humans population.... Kids goes bmx those days. On PS4 or Xbox....


Anything under an XL is a kids/womans bike.
Edited by: "Spudjee" 27th Jun
jenci2821/06/2019 22:39

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Don't follow this sizing chart. This is not specific to the Felt Nine frame.

For Felt Nine sizing, see feltbicycles.com/pag…ing

XS is for 5'2-5'6
SM is for 5'6-5'9
MD is for 5'9-6'0
mb02121/06/2019 22:23

Does anyone know what height person the xs would suit please


5'2-5'6 from Felt Nine sizing chart.
Spudjee27/06/2019 11:18

Got this for my 5'2 girlfriend, XS is a great fit. You'll be pushed to …Got this for my 5'2 girlfriend, XS is a great fit. You'll be pushed to find a similar spec bike with alu frame for £600 from budget GoOutdoors/Decathlon bikes. Personally need XL frame at 6'4. Quit moaning about sizing when good used bikes in a M/L literally flood eBay. The pains of finding a good XS and XL bike.


They don't make as many XL bikes even allowing for the ratio of such people in the population. They cost more to buy in the far east and some of them have additional strengthening which is an extra process but most brands have a unified price structure from XS to XL/XXL whatever the rider size. Some brands have even upgraded components on their XL bikes like a Suntour XCM instead of XCT fork just for their larger size models. They also have higher return rate because heavier riders wear components out quicker and are more likely to break frames. Just making the point that there is a tendency logistically to limit XL/XXL numbers at least by some brands. XS in contrast they are more likely to oversupply slightly for the opposite of those reasons. Looking around for bargains on various discount bike sites it always seem to me that XS bargains are much better and available for longer but I'm a XL frame sized person at 6'2".
bonzobanana27/06/2019 12:32

They don't make as many XL bikes even allowing for the ratio of such …They don't make as many XL bikes even allowing for the ratio of such people in the population. They cost more to buy in the far east and some of them have additional strengthening which is an extra process but most brands have a unified price structure from XS to XL/XXL whatever the rider size. Some brands have even upgraded components on their XL bikes like a Suntour XCM instead of XCT fork just for their larger size models. They also have higher return rate because heavier riders wear components out quicker and are more likely to break frames. Just making the point that there is a tendency logistically to limit XL/XXL numbers at least by some brands. XS in contrast they are more likely to oversupply slightly for the opposite of those reasons. Looking around for bargains on various discount bike sites it always seem to me that XS bargains are much better and available for longer but I'm a XL frame sized person at 6'2".


Yet going to one of the main high street retail shops that show their stock level, choose road bikes you see reality compared to your hypothesis does not tally. As you will see XS they have in stock 74 compared to XL at 152. Mountain bikes are even more pronounced with 57 XS in stock compared to 146 XL in stock. Of course, if you were correct, this could and would not be so.

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