FIRST LOOK - Felt DA 2012 Lineup
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The higher-end DA models still have Di2, but there are now two DA models with Shimano's superkit.
The higher-end DA models still have Di2, but there are now two DA models with Shimano's superkit.

Felt has revamped its bike lineup, and is now offering its top-of-the-line DA model in several different configurations and price points. The high-zoot version with Di2 and Zipp wheels is still being sold, but other models are available all the way down to $3,999 for a complete DA bike with Dura Ace and Vision Metron components.


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  • The higher-end DA models still have Di2, but there are now two DA models with Shimano's superkit.
  • The lower-end models come in a slew of pretty snazzy colors, including this red.
  • See that little dash of orange? I think maybe they did that just for TriRig.
  • This Women's-specific paint scheme just might be my favorite, and appears on the least-expensive model in the lineup.
  • The DA will be available as a frameset, but only for the highest-end Nano Carbon level, which at $4,999 will cost more than buying a complete DA 4 at $3,99 bike with the lower-level MMC carbon.
  • The Di2-equipped B2 is still going strong, but represents a weird price point. At $6,699, it's $3,000 more expensive than the lowest-end DA. But it's one of the less-expensive bikes to be equipped with Shimano's electronic group.
  • The B12 is still available as a frameset for $1,649, representing an incredible value.
  • The aluminum S22 will still be available.

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