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Felt Launches Custom Paint Program

8/23/2011
Irvine, CA – Felt is pleased to announce the launch of its all-new Custom Paint Program.  The Custom Paint Program allows customers to create their own paint and decal schemes for the high-performance Felt F1 frameset, and will later be offered for the Felt DA frameset.  The custom paint options are accessible on the Felt Bicycles website where customers can design their own color combinations in an intuitive and user-friendly format.

Felt will offer two levels of customization with varying degrees of personalization and cost.  The Advanced Option allows consumers to select paint finish, frame color, and decal color and costs an additional $250.  The Ultimate+ Option costs $500 and allows consumers to select paint finish, paint mask color, and decal color as well as to customize a top tube text panel.  Consumers can choose from thirteen high-quality DuPont paints or raw carbon.

Phillip Prevails at US Grand Prix

8/23/2011
Portland, Oregon – Felt track racer Njisane Phillip had a huge weekend at the BMW US Grand Prix of Sprinting, taking the victory in both the Sprint and the Keirin.  Additionally, US-based Project London took silver in the Team Sprint and Project London's Kevin Mansker broke a track record in the Flying Lap.

Phillip began the weekend with the fastest time in the Sprint qualifying, recording a 9.91 in the flying 200m.  The 20-year-old from Trinidad and Tobago raced through the first two rounds of elimination, never facing a repecharge round.  Phillip then took the Sprint quarter-finals, the Sprint semi-finals, and the Sprint finals.  In the Kierin, Phillip displayed a similar level of dominance, taking the win in all three Keirin rounds that he raced.  With the Sprint and the Keirin victories, Phillip solidified his status as a legitimate contender on the international sprinting scene.

Böcherer Is Ironman 70.3 Euro Champ

8/14/2011
Wiesbaden, Germany – Andi Böcherer continued to add to his brilliant 2011 campaign, taking his second Ironman 70.3 at the Ironman 70.3 European Championship.  The 28-year-old German took control of the race on the bike leg and never looked back, taking the win in his home country.
 
Böcherer was part of a 14 man lead group entering T1, and he quickly established a lead on the bike.  The bike course, which had nearly 5000 feet of elevation gain, was covered with a light fog, so once riders were up the road, they were out of sight.  Böcherer utilized his aerodynamic position aboard the Felt DA to put time into the field on the downhill sections, and entered T2 as the leader and recording the fastest bike split of the day.  

Two Wins for Kenda-Felt

8/8/2011
Alta, WyomingAmanda Carey of Kenda-Felt continued her dominance of the National Ultra Endurance Series this weekend, taking the win at the Pierre’s Hole 100, and beating her nearest rival by over an hour and a half.  Carey, the defending NUE Series Champion, covered the 100 mile course in 9:12 which would have gotten her a top ten in the men’s race.

Carey, who lives in nearby Victor, Idaho, was able to capitalize on her knowledge of the Grand Targhee Resort.  With nearly 4000 feet of climbing on each of the four laps, Carey was able to put significant time gaps on both the descents and the power sections.  Taking the lead from the gun, Carey blasted away from her rivals, and began picking her way through the men’s field.  With the win, Carey solidifies her bid for a second consecutive NUE overall title.

Rivera and Canevari Take California Criterium Titles at Brentwood GP

8/8/2011
Brentwood, California – Felt riders Coryn Rivera and Anthony Canevari took home the California Elite Criterium titles over the weekend at the Brentwood Grand Prix.  Rivera, racing for Peanut Butter & Co. TWENTY12 won the Women’s Elite race out of a select group of riders.  CashCall Mortgage rider Canevari took second place in the Men’s Elite field sprint and, as the highest placed California, took the California Elite title.
 
The race took place on a challenging criterium circuit in the heart of Brentwood.  The one mile course featured 8 turns which made for aggressive racing.  Rivera, who won this event in 2007, was at the front for the entirety of the race.  Rivera was off the front for the entire race before being caught within the final few laps.  From there, the pack had been whittled down to the strongest contenders.