2015 FELT Edict 1 MSRP $5,500

I've ridden this bike for 2 seasons. It has been my favorite bike for all purpose riding. It's an XC race machine!
Please note: I DO NOT RACE.

I'm mid 50s and like to go fast, but overall I am a cautious rider. I maintain my gear. I clean this bike after or before every ride.
There are a few scrapes on the protective tape - That's what it's there for. I have clear tape throughout the exterior of this bike. Some faint rub marks.
See photos for details. Let me know if you want more close-up photos.

Here's what's new since July 2017
New Absolute Black chain ring 32t
New SRAM 11-Speed chain
New lock-on grips
Fork and Shock service in August. Fork originally 100mm switched out internals to 130mm or 5"
Wheels trued. Tires are Maxxis Minions and were installed in March.
The bike is immaculate. One issue I will note is a creak. 100% functional and shifts perfectly.

Here are the specs for 2015:

Product Category: XC Race Full 29"
Brand: Felt
Model: Edict 1
Color: Satin Carbon/Blue/Charcoal
Size: Large
Weight: I can get exact, but feel it's hovering at 26 lbs.

Frame: Felt UHC Performance + TeXtreme carbon, internal derailleur cable routing, 142 x 12mm thru-axle, 100mm-travel
Fork: RockShox Sid RL, 100mm travel (switched out internals to 130mm or 5") w/tapered steerer, PushLoc remote lockout, 15mm Maxle
Rear shock: RockShox Monarch RT3
Rims/wheels: Easton EA70 XCT
Hubs: Easton
Tires: Maxxis Minion 29 x 2.5 front. 2.3 rear
Crankset: SRAM X01, carbon
Chainring: 32T Absolute Black Oval - I will include original SRAM 30T
Rear derailleur: SRAM X01
Rear cogs: SRAM, 11-speed: 10-42
Shifters: SRAM X1
Handlebars: TruVativ MTB, carbon
Tape/grips: Lock On genaric
Stem: Felt MTB Aluminum
Brake levers: SRAM X0
Brakes: SRAM X0 hydraulic disc, 180/160mm rotors
Saddle: WTB PURE V titanium rail
Seatpost: Felt UHC Performance carbon

Serious inquiries only please. Asking price gets FREE SHIPPING in continental US, otherwise $100 to ship US only.
I will take PayPal or CASH. Bike sold as is. No returns.

Nice review here: http://www.bikemag.com/videos/felt-e...le-bike-tests/