You know how we all buy an old steel frame, chuck a carbon fork and modern (soulful Campagnolo) groupset on it? Well Felt has picked up on this trend and is sad to be loosing out on market share. What do they do? Make exactly this (complete with shitty saddle)! But they are paying homage, so it’s okay…
F4130 - Athena
Who says a modern, high-performance road bike can’t have a little style? The F4130 pays homage to classic raod bikes with a gorgeous frame made with, you guessed it, 4130 cromoly tubing. With its Campagnolo Athena 11 speed drivetrain and brakes, plus a UHC Performance carbon fiber fork, the F4130 delivers the unique ride qualities of steel and race-worthy performance.
Felt Road Columbus custom CroMor premium butted & tapered Cr-Mo, integrated head tube, investment cast BB30 shell, external cable routing, vertical dropouts w/ rack & fender mounts
Felt UHC Performance carbon fiber fork, aluminum 1.125"" steerer tube, crown, & dropouts
Campagnolo Athena 11s Ergopower shifters, derailleurs, Ultra-Torque™ aluminum compact 50/34T crankset, KMC X11SL chain w/ Missing Link, Chorus Ultra-Shift™ 11-25T cassette
Campagnolo dual pivot brakes, Felt VS 6061 aluminum bar, Felt FB threadless quill 6061 aluminum 3D forged stem, Felt FB 6061 aluminum 1 piece seatpost, Felt FB road saddle w/ hollow Cr-Mo rails
Felt ““FB”” Yellow Label rims, Felt premium hubs, DT Competition spokes & nipples
Ultra high performance carbon fork with alloy steerer, with quill??