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Felt TK-2

Bike tags: Fixed gear | Single speed | Track bike | tarck
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58 cm / 2007

Pro PLT -stem / Pro XLT road bar

Felt Carbon fork

Gran Compe/DT Competition/Sunringle / Vredstein Fiammante DuoComp

Gran Compe/DT Competition/Sunringle / Vredstein Fiammante DuoComp

Sugino 75

Chinese full carbon

Shimano R540 / KMC chain

50-18, Gipiemme chainring / Token cog

A 2007 Felt TK-2 frameset, only ridden on a track before me. Bike weighs a bit under 7.4 kg without the pedals.

People who friended this bike RobD2, deiseldog706, campystamp, cannonhugodale, tracksloth, beataholic, per.k

I miss my tk2. I also had an

I miss my tk2. I also had an '07 w/ellipses. Light, snappy and fun. Not a fan of the tk3's they introduced later. I am however tempted to get one of these again just for fun.


It's simply an awesome bike, the most aggressive and light bike I've had (so far...). I see you had a Fuji Track Pro, how does it compare to a Felt?

FTP was a touch heavier

FTP was a touch heavier maybe but It's hard to judge since I don't have either anymore for reference and as I remember the TK2 was built up SL with Ellipses, FSA track pro cranks, ec90 track drops, SLR etc. It was light as hell.
The FTP was one of my first real deal track bikes and I remember the change coming from a Kilo TT. I put some serious miles on it before going back to steel.
But the main point is the quality of the TK2 is a little better. The better paint, smoother welds, just a better look and feel. And that wishbone seatstay is one of my fav features on any bike.


that's a wonderful bullhorn! is it a deda crononero?


The brand of the handlebar is Ergal.

i was just looking at those

i was just looking at those wheels online today.. how do you like them??? very nice build! i love that gearing too

-Rob E. (Sac, CA)


I quite like the Mavics, quality of the hubs and bearings is extremely high and the wheels have stayed true in normal street use. Wheels have machined braking surfaces, but they are anodized black and quite slippery.


bladed spokes are nice too. Definitely a cool set up.

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