Team Garmin Transitions F1 SL Team issue Felt

So back in September I was lucky enough to spend some time out in Boulder Colorado. A beautiful place to say the least. In preparation for going out there, I was planning on tackling Mount Evans. The highest paved road in North America. See my previous post about this trip.

Thanks to the excellent team at Team Garmin Transitions, I was loaned a Team issue F1 SL Felt for my trip up the mountain. Here are some pictures of this awesome machine that I had the privilege to ride:

Mavic Cosmic Carbone's on the Team Garmin Transitions F1 SL Team issue Felt

Team Garmin Transitions F1 SL Team issue Felt

3t stem and bars

Team Garmin Transitions F1 SL Team issue Felt

Team Garmin Transitions F1 SL Team issue Felt

Team Garmin Transitions F1 SL Team issue Felt

The bicycle belonged to Andrei Krasilnikau

The rear forks that provide a very comfy but responsive ride

Team Garmin Transitions F1 SL Team issue Felt

Team Garmin Transitions F1 SL Team issue Felt

Nice ride on the fi'zi:k saddle

That's me on the bike enjoying the quiet roads of Boulder

Now for those of you who aren’t aware, you and I have the chance to purchase the bikes directly from the Team. The bikes can be purchased from SlipStream Sports website. Click here – to see what they have available. My suggestion is to get in there quick as the team will be moving over to Cervelo. So why not become one of the very few that can own a team bike?

Christian Meier's team issue Felt

Dan Martin's Felt

David Millar

Team issue Felts at Team Garmin's service course

And some more...

Team vehicles outside

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  1. […] was! I couldn’t believe my luck – a $6000 team issue bicycle waiting for me to ride it. A Felt F1-SL. Ths was a once in a lifetime […]

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