as well you or anyone should.I fully intended on buying one of these bikes and started the original thread on here for this bike. I emailed Foes some time ago asking a few questions about this bike and got zero response, gave it a week then called and got nobody either. When I'm looking to drop that kind of money I at least want to be acknowledged.
Do you think it's possible to make a 4"-5" tire as robust as 2.4" chunk-capable while keeping the weight reasonable?Looks fun.
I'm still in the camp that wonders how long it's going to take for fat tire (and to a lesser extent, rim) technology to catch up to what modern riders can do on chunky trails.
Pics or banI rode my mutz for the first time yesterday. The bike is an absolute dream. I made 2 technical climbs that i have never made on my scalpel. Definitely took some getting used to the fat tire feel, but I'm hooked. I got mine from the bike's namesake in New Hampshire, and the drive was well worth it.
Wow super nice, I know they also carry salsa... were you able to jump on a bucksaw also? Very curious as to a comparison of the two, especially in uphill mode. Gotta say I really love the color you choose as well, very jealous...Here is the mutz
looks better outdoors