Introducing the IA disc



The IA - the benchmark by which all triathlon bikes are measured - has evolved. Our IA platform has been the world's fastest bike in real race conditions since its inception. Undefeated at the past 6 Kona World Championships. Multiple 70.3 World Championships. Numerous course records. And rocket ship to the world's fastest age-group athletes. So, how to improve? Completely redesigned for disc brakes, the world's best bike just got better. 


Introducing the IA Disc

The IA is the benchmark by which all triathlon bikes are measured. It is the fastest frame on the planet in all real-world racing conditions. As of the start of the 2018 racing season, it has been ridden to five straight victories in the women’s pro division at Kona, to say nothing of its countless other victories across the globe at both the professional and age-group levels. So how does one improve upon such greatness? In crafting a replacement for the legendary IA, Felt engineers knew that the next generation would include disc brakes, that it must exceed the performance capabilities of its predecessor, and, like all Felt bikes, that it would be free of gimmicks, with its function always dictating its form.

DISC BRAKES

The IA Disc was introduced at Kona 2019, setting a new bike course and overall course record under Daniela Ryf. Since the IA series debut, it has never lost a Kona Ironman Championship; its form and function remain at the top of the sport. . For Model Year 2019 and 2020, the IA evolved with the addition of discs. This is a true performance advantage and not just a trendy move. With better, more dependable stopping power, thru-axles for increased stiffness and improved tracking, and a re-worked frame to accommodate and enhance the disc brakes, the IA Disc platform is a true step forward. The major advantages of disc brakes are indicated below. For more details on the IA development and technology, take a look at the bottom of the page.

Best Performance In All Riding Conditions


Disc brakes are the best means of controlling a bicycle. Period. They provide more stopping power, greater modulation and more consistent performance than rim brakes. Plus, they perform better in adverse weather conditions. Wherever the road takes you, and in whatever conditions you find yourself, the disc brake-equipped IA gives you the confidence to tackle any descent. For racers looking to maximize their bike split by saving every spare second possible, disc brakes provide improved control that allows you to carry speed through turns for a more fluid riding experience.

Thru-Axles Enhance Stiffness & Stability


To accommodate the added stopping forces provided by disc brakes, the IA Disc features thru-axles on both the front (12mm x 100mm) and rear (12mm x 142mm) dropouts, rather than traditional quick-release skewers. The thru-axle is a proven design that provides a more secure interface between the bicycle frame and the wheel, which also enhances the stiffness of the frame-and-wheel connection. A stiffer interface at the rear of the bike provides noticeably crisper and quicker shifting, while the front-end of the bike will sport increased handling prowess and a more predictable yet livelier steering feel.



Added Convenience & Usability


  • Increased Wheel Options: Many triathletes possess several different wheelsets, which can be easily swapped on the IA Disc without changing brake pads or adjusting cables. Also, with an eye toward the future, disc brakes continue to become the de facto choice when it comes to bike componentry, and wheel makers are no longer hindered by the need to include a braking track on their rims. They are experimenting with radical new profiles, shapes, and materials. We’re at the dawn of a new era in bicycle aerodynamics, and the IA Disc will be capable of fully taking advantage of these future designs.

  • Travel: For triathletes who travel to races and bring their bike with them in some form of luggage, disc brakes provide quicker bike setup times and minimal overall adjustment. This is because with disc brakes, wheels can be installed without having to adjust the brake calipers, and there is no need to disconnect and reconnect brake cables.

  • Maintenance: In addition to enhanced wheel compatibility and more convenient travel capabilities, disc brakes offer several other advantages over rim caliper brakes. The IA Disc models with hydraulic brakes are equipped with self-adjusting brake pads, meaning that riders no longer have to adjust their rim calipers due to sustained wear of rim-based brake pads. The mechanical disc versions have a barrel adjustment capabilities and caliper pad adjustments to help with fine-tuning. Likewise, all things being equal in terms of cumulative riding time and environment, disc brake pads last longer than rim brake pads, reducing the frequency of which brake pads will need to be replaced.

Component Integration


Storage Solutions

The IA Disc comes equipped with Felt’s latest top tube storage solution, the integrated CALpac 2.0. This storage unit features ample space for all of the riding essentials to which a rider needs quick and easy access. Likewise, the IA Disc includes the BTSpac storage device, located behind the seat tube. This unit is ideal for a flat tire repair kit and/or on-the-go tool kit, or any other items that a rider doesn’t require while pedaling on the bike. It’s shape has been aerodynamically optimized for the IA Disc, meaning that it creates no penalty in terms of aerodynamic drag.

Storage Solutions

The IA Disc comes equipped with Felt’s latest top tube storage solution, the integrated CALpac 2.0. This storage unit features ample space for all of the riding essentials to which a rider needs quick and easy access. Likewise, the IA Disc includes the BTSpac storage device, located behind the seat tube. This unit is ideal for a flat tire repair kit and/or on-the-go tool kit, or any other items that a rider doesn’t require while pedaling on the bike. It’s shape has been aerodynamically optimized for the IA Disc, meaning that it creates no penalty in terms of aerodynamic drag.

Tire Clearance

The savvy triathlete will utilize the best equipment possible for any given racecourse, and that includes selecting the optimal tire come race day or in anticipation of a long training ride. The IA Disc features more clearance than any previous Felt triathlon bike, meaning that it can accommodate tires up to size 28mm on select rims, per ISO standards.

Tire Clearance

The savvy triathlete will utilize the best equipment possible for any given racecourse, and that includes selecting the optimal tire come race day or in anticipation of a long training ride. The IA Disc features more clearance than any previous Felt triathlon bike, meaning that it can accommodate tires up to size 28mm on select rims, per ISO standards.

The Felt IA Series offers a varied mix based on the rider's needs. Our top-of-the-line full-integration IA | Advanced and Disc (2019 Model Year) models have the sleekest, most integrated front end for optimal speed, aerodynamics, and range-topping function. The standard rim versions don't give the same full-integration but they offer an optimal blend of speed and adjustability at a more accessible price. Regardless of your choice, know that the IA is the winningest triathlon bike competing today.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP-WINNING, RECORD-SETTING DEBUT

What would you do with an extra 18 minutes in your day? If you’re Daniela Ryf, you’d put that to good use by extending your lead over your rivals in the biggest race of your life. Not only did Ryf ride the new Felt IA Disc to a Kona World Championship in its racing debut, she also shattered the bike course record by over 18 minutes. The result is also the first Kona win (of undoubtedly many) aboard a disc brake-equipped bike. Not bad for a rookie machine, but not surprising based on its pedigree: the Felt IA line has now won a staggering six straight Kona titles. The best just got better.

 

Speed: Aerodynamics & Rolling Resistance

Every racecourse is different, with varying elevation gains, road curvature, and, of course, an endless variety of wind, both in terms of velocity and direction. After endless simulated modeling, wind tunnel testing, and real-world riding of prototypes, countless new designs were scrutinized, updated, and tested again, the cycle repeating anew. The result is a bike worthy of carrying on the legendary IA name, one featuring the improved performance that disc brakes bring to the riding experience.

FRAME TECHNOLOGY


TeXtreme & Carbon Innovation


In trying to improve upon the performance of the legendary IA triathlon bike, Felt engineers revisited the core element of the chassis: its carbon fiber construction. Drawing on decades of carbon fiber innovation, they tested the merits of several new layups in conjunction with Felt’s industry-leading construction methods in order to ensure that the IA Disc would not only be as aerodynamic as its predecessor, but remain at the same impressively low weight and retain its incredible ride quality.

Key Elements: Fork & Frame Shapes

Rather than slapping on a set of disc brakes to the previous generation IA, Felt engineers created an all-new beast in the IA Disc. A brand-new fork sits front and center, which was necessary to handle the added stopping forces of disc brakes, but it also features a refined level of compliance to maximize ride quality, stability, and steering response. The IA Disc also sports an all-new rear triangle that is built around the bike’s disc-brake and thru-axle system that ensures crisper shifting and better pedaling efficiency.

Geometry

The IA Disc features the very same tried-and-true, cherished geometry that has propelled Felt riders to the top step of the podium for over five years, which includes an undefeated run of five straight Kona World Championship wins. No other triathlon bike on the planet rides like the IA, and you’ll feel the difference from the very first pedal stroke, thanks to its impeccable steering response for technical corners and stable handling for all-out, sustained efforts in the aerobars.

Development Cycle


Origins: Redefining Optimal Performance

By surveying the landscape of component innovation and aerodynamic development, our engineers hit upon several key attributes that would create a faster, more intuitive, and better race bike. The advent of widespread use of disc brakes in the triathlon and road bike arenas has opened up athletes’ eyes and minds to heretofore unrealized levels of performance and riding confidence. So our challenge was not to mitigate any potential loss of aerodynamic efficiency by utilizing disc brakes, but to increase overall speed over the previous generation IA.

Prototypes: An Iterative Process

Every new Felt bike is the result of an iterative research and development process, the solution to a complex engineering puzzle, and the culmination of countless hours in the wind tunnel, innumerable weeks in the workshop, and endless months spent refining dozens of prototypes. In the case of the IA Disc, our engineers could have simply slapped on a set of disc brake mounts to the five-time World Championship-winning IA and called it a day. That would have been easy. But we prefer to do things the right way, and never the easy way. That means that all engineering efforts, all research and development work, all durability and ride quality testing, as well as all 3D printing and rapid prototyping, are all done in-house at Felt’s headquarters in Southern California.

Speed: Aerodynamics & Rolling Resistance

Every racecourse is different, with varying elevation gains, road curvature, and, of course, an endless variety of wind, both in terms of velocity and direction. No bike is ever truly raced in a straight line, and no bike is ever raced inside a vacuum. After endless simulated modeling, wind tunnel testing, and real-world riding of prototypes, countless new designs were scrutinized, updated, and tested again, the cycle repeating anew. The result is a bike worthy of carrying on the legendary IA name, one featuring the improved performance that disc brakes bring to the riding experience, the same fit and feel as its beloved predecessor, and an increase in overall speed thanks to a steadfast commitment to aerodynamic efficiency and a markedly reduced level of rolling resistance brought about by ability to utilize all modern tires.

FRAME TECHNOLOGY

TeXtreme & Carbon Innovation


In trying to improve upon the performance of the legendary IA triathlon bike, Felt engineers revisited the core element of the chassis: its carbon fiber construction. Drawing on decades of carbon fiber innovation, they tested the merits of several new layups in conjunction with Felt’s industry-leading construction methods in order to ensure that the IA Disc would not only be as aerodynamic as its predecessor, but remain at the same impressively low weight and retain its incredible ride quality.

Key Elements: Fork & Frame Shapes

Rather than slapping on a set of disc brakes to the previous generation IA, Felt engineers created an all-new beast in the IA Disc. A brand-new fork sits front and center, which was necessary to handle the added stopping forces of disc brakes, but it also features a refined level of compliance to maximize ride quality, stability, and steering response. The IA Disc also sports an all-new rear triangle that is built around the bike’s disc-brake and thru-axle system that ensures crisper shifting and better pedaling efficiency.

Key Elements: Fork & Frame Shapes

Rather than slapping on a set of disc brakes to the previous generation IA, Felt engineers created an all-new beast in the IA Disc. A brand-new fork sits front and center, which was necessary to handle the added stopping forces of disc brakes, but it also features a refined level of compliance to maximize ride quality, stability, and steering response. The IA Disc also sports an all-new rear triangle that is built around the bike’s disc-brake and thru-axle system that ensures crisper shifting and better pedaling efficiency.
Bike Sizing

Bike Sizing

Start by clicking on your height below to the find the recommended size per model. Please note that this is a general guide and that a proper bike fit at an experienced dealer will ensure the best for you and your riding. Visit our dealer locator to find a shop near you.

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6'5"  195+CM

FR61 IA58 Breed61
VR61 DA/B61 Broam61
FRW61 FX60

6'4"  192–194CM

AR61 FRW61 FX60,63
FR61 IA56,58 Breed61
VR61 DA/B58,61 Broam61

6'3"190-191cm

AR61 IA56,58 FX60
FR61 DA/B58,61 Breed61
VR61 TK61 Broam61
FRW61

6'2"187-189cm

AR61 IA54,56,58 FX60
FR58,61 DA/B56,58 Breed58,61
VR58,61 TK61 Broam58,61
FRW58,61

6'1"185-186cm

AR58,61 IA54,56,58 FX57,60
FR58 DA/B56,58 Breed58
VR58 TK58,61 Broam58
FRW58

6'0"182-184cm

AR58 IA51,54,56,58 FX57
FR56,58 DA/B56,58 Breed56,58
VR56,58 TK58,61 Broam56,58
FRW56,58

5'11"180-181cm

AR56,58 VRW56 FX55,57
FR56,58 IA51,54,56,58 Breed56,58
VR56,58 DA/B56,58 Broam56,58
FRW56,58 TK56,58

5'10"177-179cm

AR56 VRW56 FX55
FR56,58 IA51,54,56,58 Breed56,58
VR56,58 DA/B56 Broam56,58
FRW56,58 TK56,58

5'9"174-176cm

AR56 VRW56 FX53,55
FR56 IA48,51,54,56 Breed56
VR56 DA/B54,56 Broam56
FRW56 TK54,56

5'8"172-173cm

AR54 VRW54,56 FX53
FR54,56 IA48,51,54,56 Breed54,56
VR54,56 DA/B54,56 Broam54,56
FRW54,56 TK54,56

5'7"169-171cm

AR51,54 VRW54 FX50,53
FR54 IA48,51,54 Breed54
VR54 DA/B54,56 Broam54
FRW54 TK51,54

5'6"167-168cm

AR51 VRW51,54 FX50
FR51,54 IA48,51,54 Breed51,54
VR51,54 DA/B54 Broam51,54
FRW51,54 TK51,54

5'5"164-166cm

AR51 VRW51 FX47,50
FR51,54 IA48,51,54 Breed51
VR51 DA/B51 Broam51
FRW51,54 TK51

5'4"162-163cm

AR51 VRW51 FX47
FR48,51 IA48,51,54 Breed51
VR51 DA/B51 Broam51
FRW48,51 TK51

5'3"159-161cm

FR48,51 IA48,51 FX47
VR51 DA/B47,51 Breed51
FRW48,51 Broam51
VRW47,51

5'2"157-158cm

FR48 IA48,51 Breed47
FRW48 DA/B47,51 Broam47
VRW47

5'1"154-156cm

FR48 IA48,51 Breed47
FRW48 DA/B47,51 Broam47
VRW43,47

5'0"152-153cm

VRW43 DA/B/S47,51
IA48 TK43

4'11"149-151cm

VRW43 DA/B47
IA48 TK43

4'10"147-148cm

IA48
DA/B47
TK43

4'9"144-146cm

IA48
DA/B47

4'8"141-143cm

IA48

4'7"139-140cm

IA48

4'6"136-138cm

IA48

4'5"134-135cm

IA48

6'5"  195+CM

CompulsionXL (22") DoctrineXL (22") SurplusXL (22")
DecreeXL (22") Dispatch 9XL (22") DDLG (21")
VirtueXL (22") Dispatch 7XL (22") 7XL (22")
EdictXL (22") NineXL (22")

6'4"  192–194CM

CompulsionXL (22") DoctrineXL (22") SurplusXL (22")
DecreeXL (22") Dispatch 9XL (22") DDLG (21")
VirtueXL (22") Dispatch 7XL (22") 7XL (22")
EdictXL (22") NineXL (22")

6'3"190-191cm

CompulsionXL (22") DoctrineXL (22") SurplusXL (22")
DecreeLG (20"), XL (22") Dispatch 9XL (22") DDLG (21")
VirtueXL (22") Dispatch 7XL (22") 7XL (22")
EdictXL (22") NineXL (22")

6'2"187-189cm

CompulsionXL (22") DoctrineLG (20"), XL (22") SurplusLG (20"), XL (22")
DecreeLG (20"), XL (22") Dispatch 9LG (20"), XL (22") DDLG (21")
VirtueXL (22") Dispatch 7LG (20"), XL (22") 7LG (20"), XL (22")
EdictXL (22") NineLG (20"), XL (22")

6'1"185-186cm

CompulsionLG (20"), XL (22") DoctrineLG (20") SurplusLG (20")
DecreeLG (20"), XL (22") Dispatch 9LG (20"), XL (22") DDMD (18.5"), LG (21")
VirtueLG (20"), XL (22") Dispatch 7LG (20") 7LG (20")
EdictLG (20"), XL (22") NineLG (20")

6'0"182-184cm

CompulsionLG (20") DoctrineMD (18"), LG (20") SurplusMD (18"), LG (20")
DecreeLG (20") Dispatch 9MD (18"), LG (20") DDMD (18.5")
VirtueLG (20") Dispatch 7MD (18"), LG (20") 7MD (18"), LG (20")
EdictLG (20"), XL (22") NineMD (18"), LG (20")

5'11"180-181cm

CompulsionMD (18"), LG (20") DoctrineMD (18") SurplusMD (18")
DecreeLG (20") Dispatch 9MD (18") DDMD (18.5")
VirtueMD (18"), LG (20") Dispatch 7MD (18") 7MD (18")
EdictLG (20") NineMD (18")

5'10"177-179cm

CompulsionMD (18"), LG (20") DoctrineMD (18") SurplusMD (18")
DecreeMD (18"), LG (20") Dispatch 9MD (18") DDMD (18.5")
VirtueMD (18"), LG (20") Dispatch 7MD (18") 7MD (18")
EdictMD (18"), LG (20") NineMD (18")

5'9"174-176cm

CompulsionSM (16"), MD (18") DoctrineSM (16"), MD (18") SurplusSM (16"), MD (18")
DecreeMD (18"), LG (20") Dispatch 9SM (16"), MD (18") DDSM (16"), MD (18.5")
VirtueSM (16"), MD (18") Dispatch 7SM (16"), MD (18") 7SM (16"), MD (18")
EdictMD (18"), LG (20") NineSM (16"), MD (18")

5'8"172-173cm

CompulsionSM (16"), MD (18") DoctrineSM (16") SurplusSM (16")
DecreeMD (18"), LG (20") Dispatch 9SM (16") DDSM (16")
VirtueSM (16"), MD (18") Dispatch 7SM (16") 7SM (16")
EdictMD (18") NineSM (16")

5'7"169-171cm

CompulsionSM (16") DoctrineSM (16") SurplusSM (16")
DecreeMD (18") Dispatch 9SM (16") DDSM (16")
VirtueSM (16") Dispatch 7SM (16") 7SM (16")
EdictMD (18") NineSM (16")

5'6"167-168cm

CompulsionSM (16") DoctrineXS (14"), SM (16") SurplusXS (14"), SM (16")
DecreeMD (18") Dispatch 9XS (14"), SM (16") DDSM (16")
VirtueSM (16") Dispatch 7XXS (14"), SM (16") 7XS (14"), SM (16")
EdictSM (16"), MD (18") NineXS (14"), SM (16")

5'5"164-166cm

DecreeSM (16"), MD (18") DoctrineXS (14") SurplusXS (14")
EdictSM (16") Dispatch 9XS (14") 7XS (14")
Dispatch 7XS (14")
NineXS (14")

5'4"162-163cm

DecreeSM (16"), MD (18") DoctrineXS (14") SurplusXS (14")
EdictSM (16") Dispatch 9XS (14") 7XS (14")
Dispatch 7XS (14")
NineXS (14")

5'3"159-161cm

DecreeSM (16"), MD (18") DoctrineXS (14") SurplusXS (14")
Dispatch 9XS (14") 7XS (14")
Dispatch 7XXS (12"), XS (14")
NineXS (14")

5'2"157-158cm

DecreeSM (16"), MD (18") DoctrineXS (14") SurplusXS (14")
Dispatch 9XS (14")
Dispatch 7XXS (12"), XS (14")

5'1"154-156cm

DecreeSM (16") Dispatch 7XXS (12")

5'0"152-153cm

DecreeSM (16") Dispatch 7XXS (12")

6'5"  195+CM

Verza Speed AluminumXXL (61) Verza Speed CarbonXXL (61) VERZAeLG (20")
Verza PathXL (22") LEBOWSKeLG (20") NINEeXL (22")
OutfitterLG (20")

6'4"  192–194CM

Verza CafÉXL (21") Verza Speed CarbonXXL (61) VERZAeLG (20")
Verza Speed AluminumXXL (61) LEBOWSKeLG (20") NINEeXL (22")
Verza PathXL (22") OutfitterLG (20")

6'3"190-191cm

Verza CafÉXL (21") Verza Speed CarbonXL (58), XXL (61) VERZAeLG (20")
Verza Speed AluminumXL (58), XXL (61) LEBOWSKeLG (20") NINEeXL (22")
Verza PathXL (22") OutfitterLG (20") DUALeXL (22")
TOTE'mLG (20")

6'2"187-189cm

Verza CafÉXL (21") Verza Speed CarbonXL (58) SPORTe58
Verza Speed AluminumXL (58) LEBOWSKeLG (20") VERZAeMD (18"), LG (20")
Verza PathLG (20"), XL (22") OutfitterLG (20") NINEeLG (20"), XL (22")
TOTE'mLG (20") DUALeXL (22")

6'1"185-186cm

Verza CafÉLG (19"), XL (21") Verza Speed CarbonXL (58) SPORTe58
Verza Speed AluminumXL (58) LEBOWSKeMD (18"), LG (20") VERZAeMD (18")
Verza PathLG (20"), XL (22") OutfitterMD (18"), LG (20") NINEeLG (20")
TOTE'mLG (20") DUALeLG (20"), XL (22")

6'0"182-184cm

Verza CafÉLG (19"), XL (21") Verza Speed CarbonLG (56), XL (58) SPORTe58
Verza CafÉ WMD (18") LEBOWSKeMD (18") VERZAeSM (16"), MD (18")
Verza Speed AluminumLG (56), XL (58) OutfitterMD (18") NINEeMD (18"), LG (20")
Verza PathLG (20") TOTE'mLG (20") DUALeLG (20")

5'11"180-181cm

Verza CafÉLG (19") Verza Speed CarbonLG (56) SPORTe55, 58
Verza CafÉ WMD (18") LEBOWSKeMD (18") VERZAeSM (16"), MD (18")
Verza Speed AluminumLG (56) OutfitterMD (18") NINEeMD (18")
Verza PathLG (20") TOTE'mLG (20") DUALeMD (18"), LG (20")

5'10"177-179cm

Verza CafÉLG (19") Verza Speed CarbonLG (56) SPORTe55
Verza CafÉ WMD (18") LEBOWSKeMD (18") VERZAeSM (16"), MD (18")
Verza Speed AluminumLG (56) OutfitterMD (18") NINEeMD (18")
Verza PathMD (18"), LG (20") TOTE'mMD (18"), LG (20") DUALeMD (18"), LG (20")

5'9"174-176cm

Verza CafÉMD (17"), LG (19") Verza Speed CarbonMD (54), LG (56) SPORTe52, 55
Verza CafÉ WMD (18") LEBOWSKeSM (16"), MD (18") VERZAeSM (16")
Verza Speed AluminumMD (54), LG (56) OutfitterSM (16"), MD (18") NINEeSM (16"), MD (18")
Verza PathMD (18") TOTE'mMD (18") DUALeSM (16"), MD (18")

5'8"172-173cm

Verza CafÉMD (17") Verza Speed CarbonMD (54) SPORTe52
Verza CafÉ WMD (18") LEBOWSKeSM (16") VERZAeXS (14"), SM (16")
Verza Speed AluminumMD (54) OutfitterSM (16") NINEeSM (16")
Verza PathMD (18") TOTE'mMD (18") DUALeSM (16"), MD (18")

5'7"169-171cm

Verza CafÉMD (17") Verza Speed CarbonMD (54) SPORTe49w, 52
Verza CafÉ WSM (16"), MD (18") LEBOWSKeSM (16") VERZAeXS (14")
Verza Speed AluminumMD (54) OutfitterSM (16") NINEeSM (16")
Verza PathSM (16"), MD (18") TOTE'mMD (18") DUALeSM (16")

5'6"167-168cm

Verza CafÉMD (17") Verza Speed CarbonSM (51), MD (54) SPORTe49w
Verza CafÉ WSM (16"), MD (18") LEBOWSKeSM (16") VERZAeXS (14")
Verza Speed AluminumSM (51), MD (54) OutfitterSM (16") NINEeXS (14"), SM (16")
Verza PathSM (16") TOTE'mSM (16"), MD (18") DUALeSM (16")

5'5"164-166cm

Verza CafÉMD (17") Verza Speed CarbonSM (51) SPORTe48, 49w
Verza CafÉ WSM (16") TOTE'mSM (16") VERZAeXS (14")
Verza Speed AluminumSM (51") NINEeXS (14")
Verza PathSM (16")

5'4"162-163cm

Verza CafÉMD (17") Verza Speed CarbonSM (51) SPORTe48
Verza CafÉ WSM (16") TOTE'mSM (16") VERZAeXS (14")
Verza Speed AluminumSM (51") NINEeXS (14")
Verza PathSM (16")

5'3"159-161cm

Verza CafÉMD (17") Verza Speed CarbonXS (47), SM (51) SPORTe48
Verza CafÉ WSM (16") TOTE'mSM (16")
Verza Speed AluminumXS (47), SM (51) NINEeXS (14")
Verza PathSM (16")

5'2"157-158cm

5'1"154-156cm

5'0"152-153cm

SPORTe44w, 44

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