With a double-butted 6061 aluminum frame designed to optimize the trail-riding advantages of the larger 29-inch wheels, the Nine 50 flows through the rough stuff and devours the climbs. And thanks to the lightweight hydroformed tubing and reworked geometry, its stability is balanced with a quick-handling, lively feel. It’s the best of both worlds.
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I've been riding mostly flat trails and dirt roads for the past 5 years on my Trek 6000, and I just started dabbling in single-track. The problem is that my Trek is killing me. Broken spokes galore (the wheel has probably had it), lots of creaking, and I just feel like I'm working too hard. I was to ... Read More »
I haven't seen much posted about these so I thought I would put something in the Felt thread.
A few months ago Felt and my LBS (Elite Bicycles) here in Tyler, TX had a demo day. I was excited as I had just started riding about a year before and hadn't rode what I would consider a "real" bike. My ... Read More »
Thinking about getting my girlfriend the Felt Edict Nine 50 for her only problem is she is only 5.1 She is currently riding a Niner EMD in XS and a Specialized Myka in Small. She wants to ditch the myka and get a full suspension 29er but she is so short her options are very limited. I am just wonder ... Read More »