Foes FXR 4x Freeride Full Suspension

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $1699.00

Product Description

  • 5" to 5.75" Travel (Depending On Position)
  • Optional Curnutt XTD Shock w/ Ti Spring
  • Super Strong, Fully Triangulated Swing-Arm
  • Foes Swing-Link™ For Even More Rigidity

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Niatsmuc from ca

Date Reviewed: October 2, 2004

Strengths:    geometry of this bike is perfect, flex free frame, 68.5 degree head angle, and the guys at foes kick ass.

Weaknesses:    interupted seat tube

Bottom Line:   
The bike will do anything you can think of doing with a set up of this travel. I had foes put a medium seat mast on my 4x so I can cross country ride it. All the normal 4x frames come with the small seat mast. All I have to do is lower my seat to go ride the local 4x track. It is my favorite bike I have ever ridden cross country. Also I had my derailer ripped off, I called up foes, and two days later I had a new hanger at my front door. So if you like hit up some dubs, and then go for an epic ride, this is the ideal bike.

Oh ya, did I mention this bike kicks ass.

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Duration Product Used:   6 months

Similar Products Used:   Bullit(set up cross country), specialized enduro pro, gt Idrive

Bike Setup:   5.75" travel in the rear(curnutt), 5" in the front(z1 zoke)

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