Foes RS 7 Downhill Full Suspension

4/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $2599.00

Product Description

Foes Racing 2:1 RS 7 Frame: Foes Racing 2:1 RS 7 Frame: On some race courses where the terrain is more technical, the RS 7 shines. In development for two years, Foes has learned a lot about what it takes to win on these types of race courses...

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by luciano a Weekend Warrior

Date Reviewed: April 10, 2012

Strengths:    solid frame, very solid, just the right geometry, low center of gravity and very lightweight relative to its strength, totally adjustable rear shock and all the pro features

Weaknesses:    totally adjustable rear shock
rear noise may need nice work w/ spare tubes over the stays

Bottom Line:   
one of the top toys for an expert rider & too much of a bike may not be as good for non-enthusiasts

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Bike Setup:   totem fork, deemax ultimate wheels, michelin tubless dh tires, formula the one brakes, saint/e-13 transmission, thomson cockpit, renthal bar, 15kg

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by didik Wijayanto a Weekend Warrior from Tangerang, Banten, indonesia

Date Reviewed: April 7, 2010

Strengths:    The design is cool, lightweight and stiff frame, easy to enter the corner and jumps, no brake jack (thanks to rear floating brake), curnutt air shock is also works well to eliminate pedal bob but still give us the plush feeling

Weaknesses:    I try to reduce noise from the backside (chainslap ?) but didn't work well, sometimes curnutt air shock feel to hard when landing from the jumps (already tune the firm and air compression so many configurations)

Bottom Line:   
nice bike for downhill, easy to jump, light enough for DH bike (only 4,4kgframe S size), you wouldn't regret to have this bike.

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Favorite Trail:   mount Pinang

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Price Paid:    $7000.00

Purchased At:   bagusbike

Bike Setup:   crankbros opium, xo RD, mrp chamber 34t, boxxer WC 2010, kenda nevegal 2.35 F/R, spank spike handlebar, raceface direct mount stem, tioga spider saddle, hates stroke trail brake 8/7

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