The Foes LTS did most of what any modern all mountain frame does, with 6” of travel, and low leverage ratio plus a bit of antisquat.  It’s a shame Mr. Foes didn’t invent “enduro” too.
1993 pre-production up top, 1994 production models below.  The early deathstar superlaser lookin hole really brings me to the yard.
via mbuk blog, cycleworks.ch The Foes LTS did most of what any modern all mountain frame does, with 6” of travel, and low leverage ratio plus a bit of antisquat.  It’s a shame Mr. Foes didn’t invent “enduro” too.
1993 pre-production up top, 1994 production models below.  The early deathstar superlaser lookin hole really brings me to the yard.
via mbuk blog, cycleworks.ch The Foes LTS did most of what any modern all mountain frame does, with 6” of travel, and low leverage ratio plus a bit of antisquat.  It’s a shame Mr. Foes didn’t invent “enduro” too.
1993 pre-production up top, 1994 production models below.  The early deathstar superlaser lookin hole really brings me to the yard.
via mbuk blog, cycleworks.ch The Foes LTS did most of what any modern all mountain frame does, with 6” of travel, and low leverage ratio plus a bit of antisquat.  It’s a shame Mr. Foes didn’t invent “enduro” too.
1993 pre-production up top, 1994 production models below.  The early deathstar superlaser lookin hole really brings me to the yard.
via mbuk blog, cycleworks.ch

The Foes LTS did most of what any modern all mountain frame does, with 6” of travel, and low leverage ratio plus a bit of antisquat.  It’s a shame Mr. Foes didn’t invent “enduro” too.

1993 pre-production up top, 1994 production models below.  The early deathstar superlaser lookin hole really brings me to the yard.

via mbuk blog, cycleworks.ch