Felt Six Pro Carbon Mountain Bike 2012 - Hardtail Race MTB
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Key Features :
- Felt Six carbon XC series UHC Advanced carbon fiber Frame
- Fox F32 100 Fit remote Fork
- Shimano Deore XT Shifters and Derailleurs
- Shimano Deore XT Brakes and levers
- Shimano XT FC-M785 2x10 Crankset
The Felt Six Pro Carbon 2012 Features are:
Frame: Felt SIX Carbon XC series UHC Advanced carbon fiber
Fork: Fox F32 100 Fit Remote 100mm travel
Headset: Fully Integrated 1-1/8 inch
Stem: Felt MTB oversized 3D-Forged Design
Front Mech: Shimano Deore XT FD-M786-10 10 speed
Rear Mech: Shimano Deore XT 10 speed
Chainset: Shimano XT FC-M785 2x10
Bottom Bracket: With crankset
Cassette: Shimano CS-M771-10 10 speed 11-36T
Chain: Shimano CN-HG74 Super-Narrow for 10-speed
Front Brake: Shimano Deore XT BR-M775 Hydraulic Disc Brake 160mm Rotor Front/Rear
Rear Brake: Shimano Deore XT BR-M775 Hydraulic Disc Brake 160mm Rotor Front/Rear
Rims: Shimano Deore XT HB-M785 Wheelset
Front Hub: with Wheelset
Rear Hub: with Wheelset
Tyres: Continental Race King 2.2 Folding Bead Front Continental Race King 2.2 Folding Bead Rear
Seatpost: Felt 6061 Alloy Post with Twin Clamp Design
What is a Hard Tail Mountain Bike?
Thick, knobbly tyres and lots of gears are the overriding features of these machines. Strong frames are built to take the rough with the smooth and can often be accompanied by a front suspension fork for added comfort and control. Theyre designed mainly for off road use but these solid, comfortable bikes often meet more general needs. For further information on mountain bikes see our Mountain Bike Buying Guide.