Felt Verza Speed 50, 24-Speed Shimano Upright Hybrid Rim Brake Bike, Black, Blue, Champagne



$399.95 Regular price $699.99


The Felt Verza Speed 50 is an incredible value at this special overstock price. Once they are gone, they are gone!



The Verza Speed 50 is a great all-around bike that works well on a commute to work, jetting around town for fun, or getting your cardio in. Similar to Trek's FX bikes, Giant's Escape bikes, or Specialized's Sirrus bikes; the pricing of the Felt Verza Speed 50 cannot be beat!


Comfort-Oriented Ride Quality

Felt designed the Verza Speed to be comfortable from the very first pedal stroke all the way to the end of a long day of riding. Its frame design and construction was inspired by Felt's award-winning endurance road bikes, which means that the Verza Speed will help you pedal efficiently and ensure that you’re feeling strong at the tail end of any ride. The frame is composed of aluminum, one of the most popular materials for bicycle frames thanks to its long-term durability and weight savings. The Verza Speed 50 also features an upright riding position and a flat handlebar with ergonomic grips, so you’ll always be in complete control.

High-Visibility Details

Maximizing your time on the bike means being able to ride at all hours of the day. That’s why Felt incorporated a unique selection of high-visibility aesthetic accents throughout the Verza Speed. Sleek and modern reflectors on the pedals and other components offer added visibility. Unique, reflective paint graphics feature a classically subdued style in bright daylight, yet produce a striking degree of reflectivity in low-light environments. Now you can ride at all hours of the day and beyond, and you’ll more easily be seen, to boot.


Felt Verza Speed 50 - Size Guide

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
William Gallant
Fine fast machine

I will enjoy riding this California designed bicycle. Only drawback was that it was shipped by U.P.S. and was left in my driveway unbeknownst to me. Maybe that was because the box had been cut into with a boxcutter. Luckily , everything seems to be present. However, I will never know what may have been taken while it was in custody of U.P.S. A tool or some other instruction manual perhaps, or maybe nothing. I greased the important areas and assembled it and it looks great. Even came with a bottle of touch-up paint.