2013 Felt Chasm Bike

Average User Rating: (Spectacular)

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6 member reviews

“Great Bike”

The Good: Very good acceleration and speed, hills are easy to go up as the glide lasts long. great handling brakes are sharp and smooth. Very light only 11kg. If you need a bmx for stunts i recommend this, but you may need thicker tyres to prevent punctures which were very common for me.

The Bad: with this bike i had to replace the inner tubes in the rear and front it was disappointing at first, however the tyres are thin so they're prone to punctures. Buy a new pair of 20" tyres and you'll be fine.

Overall Review: Overall great bike just the tyres aren't durable. It's still worth buying although new tyres are a must if you plan on going off road and doing tricks.

“How can you go wrong”

The Good: Frame, fork and cranks are Cr-Mo which for the price is great value! Pedals are not cheap! I've been riding the pedals for 2 years and they still hold up!

The Bad: WARNING: If you ride hardcore street and usually hit your back tire or front tire on curbs, I highly suggest you get new tires! The tires on this bike have a nice tread but are very very very thin but other all thats the only complaint about this bike

Overall Review:

This bike is a great bike for beginners to pros. I suggest this bike to every one. I bought mine at my local bike shop for 375$! When I bought mine it wasn't black or red...it was rasta!

“Overall great bike.”

The Good: Tough, Light, low maintenance. I love the rasta color scheme. Integrated chain tensioners.

The Bad: Stock tires are garbage. Grips are horrible. Handlebars come painted on clamping area. Stem sucks.

Overall Review:

I've had this bike for about 1 1/2 months and overall I love it. I'm just starting to ride bmx, so this bike falls and gets knocked around a lot, but it has held up extremely well. The stock tires con only inflate to 65psi max and the rear sidewall separated from the tread 3 days after getting the bike after 2 pinch flats. The handlebars came with paint on the clamping area, so no matter how tight the stem is, they'll slip, but nothing some paint stripper or sandpaper won't fix. The stem bolts constantly loosen, but I put some locktite on them and they seem to stay put much better. This is a great bike, but like any complete, there are some parts you'll want to change. I would definitely recommend this bike.

Model Year 2013
Frame Cr-Mo Top and Down Tubes, 20.8” Top Tube Length, 13.5″ Chainstay Length, 75° Head Tube Angle, 71°Seat Tube Angle, Gyro Tab Holes, FB Seatstay Bridge, FB Hydroformed Head Tube, Tapered Seat and Chain Stays, Integrated Chain Tensioners
    Top Tube Length
    Chainstay Length
    Head Tube Angle
    Seat Tube Angle
    Standover Height
    BB Height
Fork 100% Cr-Mo, Butted Steer Tube, Tapered Legs, 3/8” Axle Slots, 5mm Dropouts with Cutout Window
Handlebar Felt Design, Hi-Ten, 8.25” Rise, 707mm x 209mm
Stem Top Loading, Aluminum with Cutouts, 50mm ext
Grips FB "Gribble"
Bar Ends FB Plastic
Headset Integrated, Campy Type Sealed Bearing (45×45), FB Logo PC Cover, FB Top Cap, Hollow Bolt
Cranks 3 Piece, 8 Spline "Internal Clamp" Tubular Heat Treated Cr-Mo, 170mm
Sprocket Felt Spacely Design, Steel, 25 Tooth
Bottom Bracket Mid Size, Sealed Bearing, 19mm Spindle, 11.65″
Pedals FB PC Pedal, Cr-Mo Axle
Chain KMC Z410, 1/8″
Driver/Freewheel 9 Tooth 1 Piece Driver
Front Rim Alex 303 Aluminum
Rear Rim Alex 303 Aluminum
Front Hub Aluminum, 3/8” Cr-Mo Axle, 36 Hole
Rear Hub Aluminum, Driver Cassette, 14mm Hollow Axle, 36 Hole
Front Tire Felt Trailorpark 2.25
Rear Tire Felt Park Avenue 2.10
Spokes 14G with Brass Nipples
Seat FB Design Cover, Combo Seat and Seat Post
Seatpost 25.4mm x 200mm, Part of Saddle, Aluminum
Seatpost Clamp FB Single-Bolt with Cut Out
Brakes Rear Tektro 907 U-Brake, Seatstay Bosses, *Front Caliper for International Only
Brake Levers Tektro Aluminum with Reach Adjust
Detangler N/A
Cable Felt FB Linear Straight
Pegs 1 Pair 36mm Pegs
Colors Liquid Red or Pitch Black
Weight 24 lb 8 oz (11.1 kg)
Price N/A
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