The Fastest Triathlon Bikes

You're hungry for speed. You crave it with every fiber of your being. You live and breathe the triathlon lifestyle, pushing yourself harder than ever before. And that's why we're here. Our triathlon range is built for warriors like you. From the B platform, perfect for those just starting out, all the way up to our mind-blowing IA 2.0 FRD, the fastest triathlon bike we've ever created, we've got you covered. Our bikes are precision-engineered and made for speed.

With optimal adjustability, you can fine-tune your riding position to dominate every effort, every race. So whether you're gunning for a new personal best, chasing a Kona qualification, or aiming for World Championship glory, we're right there with you, fueling your fire and pushing you to greatness. Because at the end of the day, it's not about winning or losing. It's about being the best version of yourself. So come on, warrior. Let's go.

IA 2.0 Triathlon Race

Triathlon racing is brutal. You sweat. You suffer.  The wind and heat racks your body.  The competition is relentless. And, you push yourself to the limit.  Sandwiched between a testing swim and a brutal run, the bike is where you'll make your move.  Your muscles scream as you push them harder than ever before. Your lungs ache and burn furiously. But all this can’t quench your fire. Triathlon racing ignites you and you want more.

IA Triathlon Race

Our very first bike was made for one of the greatest triathletes in history—Paula Newby-Fraser—who rode her stealth black Felt B2 to multiple world championship victories. Since then, we’ve never stopped pursuing the ideal triathlon racing machine. The first IA revolutionized the triathlon world when it debuted. Despite advancements via our IA 2.0 platform, the standard IA remains a reference point for speed and performance.

B Triathlon

The B is one of the most legendary badges in triathlon history. Our original triathlon rigs carried the "B" moniker and the platform has long reigned as a symbol of the blood, sweat, and tears shed by the most devoted triathletes. Still capable. Still fast.