We love nothing more than bikes and what they can bring to the human experience. Over the past three decades, we’ve strived to create the very best bikes we possibly could in myriad categories, for a wide variety of cyclists and riding styles, in order to help as many people as possible discover the joys of two-wheeled machines.
However, we’ve achieved our greatest successes—both in terms of technological innovation and supporting the greatest athletes on the planet—when we’ve focused on speed and performance. As such, we’re focusing our efforts on road cycling, triathlon, track racing, cyclocross, gravel, and adventure road categories. These disciplines have long embodied Felt’s core products and represent the very best of what we have to offer the cycling community.
We’ll continue to support all of the riders who have enjoyed our endeavors into various other bike platforms with support, service, and/or replacement parts when necessary. But we will not produce any new mountain bike (MTB), cruiser, or lifestyle models from the 2021 model year forward.
We appreciate all of the loyal customers we’ve had across those categories and look towards sustaining the drive towards going fast for years to come.
We’re proud to celebrate three decades of pioneering, racing, and winning. This wild, strange, and thrilling year marked a historical milestone for Felt Bicycles as well as a whole new road ahead for how we’ll continue chasing our dreams of creating fast bikes and pushing ourselves and our riders in the realm of racing.
Every cyclocross racer dreams of competing in the sport’s spiritual homeland of Belgium. But few have the drive to make it happen. One who does is eighteen-year-old American ’cross racer Kyle Johnson, who is living out his dream this winter at some of the sport’s most prestigious European events.
For the 2022 racing season, the women of the Human Powered Health pro cycling team will enter the WorldTour and compete in the most prestigious races on the calendar. We're incredibly proud to continue our support for this amazing team, formerly known as Rally Cycling.