Cyclingnews Felt F2 SL competition winner named

Briton Bracewell tops Tour competition

Cyclingnews is pleased to announce that Christopher Bracewell will be riding around Clapham Park in London, England on his new Felt F2 SL road bike after being selected as the random winner of the Felt-Cyclingnews competition.

44-year-old Bracewell says he loves road, track and cyclo-cross racing. “I built my first bike when I was 15,” he said. “I raced for fun but now I’m slowing down a bit.”

Bracewell followed the Tour de France avidly this year, so it’s without surprise that his highlights were the efforts of his countrymen. “Watching Bradley Wiggins do so well and Cav the great with his post race interviews,” he says, before naming a lowlight: “George Hincapie missing out on yellow.”

The F2 SL is one the sweetest rides in the Garmin-Slipstream's range and comes with extraordinary sensitivity, stiffness, strength and weight thanks to its Ultra High Modulus carbon fiber. Dura-Ace parts make this a bike perfectly suited to the hardest races that demand flawless performance.

The race-ready parts pick includes a Felt carbon fiber handlebar and seatpost, plus carbon fiber shell saddle with hollow Cr-Mo rails and Mavic Equipe wheels for the ideal blend of strength and low weight.

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