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2/8/2018 San Dimas CA

Foes Racing announces the launch of sister company website TransitOffRoad.com.

For over 26 years Foes Racing has been in the mountain biking game handcrafting aluminum frames and has always had strong ties to the off road racing industry.  This week we are proud to announce the launch of TransitOffRoad.com, a website where consumers can explore and purchase accessories for the Ford Transit vans.  With the help of Rich Cleveland, the brand manager and web designer for Foes, the website went live on February 4th.  For the last year Brent Foes, the owner of Foes Racing, has been developing accessories for the company’s van and would like the Transit community to have access to these items. The Ford Transit platform is very solid but to reach remote locations on roads less traveled more traction and ground clearance is needed, hence the creation of the 2" suspension lift kit.  There was a general lack of accessories for these vans on the market and TransitOffRoad.com will have Transit owners covered from rear door grab bars to a KC 20" light bar mount and many more ideas being brought to life as we head into the next year. The van community has recently sprouted in a wide spectrum with people using them for work, hobbies, and even as mobile homes.

Brent Foes and the staff at Foes racing have created a completely separate department for TransitOffRoad.com so not to interrupt the day to day operations of building mountain bikes. Currently a new 27.5 trail bike is under development that is to be released at the 2018 Sea Otter Classic event in April.

-The Team at Foes Racing

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6 comments
  • TRex

    2/12/2018 11:01 AM

    It is a waaaaaay better idea to go after the camper van market than any market in mountain biking. Good or not, those with beard/flannel/coffee/podcast addictions spend money much more freely than those seeking made in the USA aluminum frames.

  • Foes Racing

    2/12/2018 12:02 PM

    Good point and we are going after that market as well. We just felt that we should do the press release into the market that we are already in to let people know that it is available and keep them informed. One of the drivers in us releasing the suspension lift kit came from people asking us about our Transit at cycling events.

  • bizutch

    2/12/2018 9:57 AM

    Was told by an off road guy who really knows his stuff that this is really inferior to the VanCompass lift. Anybody else know why?

  • Brewdoo

    2/12/2018 3:38 PM

    Does the off road guy also know a guy who also really knows his stuff?

  • bizutch

    2/12/2018 5:47 PM

    I am very inclined to believe my friend, but not so inclined to speak for him specifically on here. Sorry if my phrasing irks you.

  • metadave

    2/14/2018 12:35 AM

    Seems to have a regressive curve around the sag point... UNDRIVABLE!!!!!!

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