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The FRS is a sleek bike with timeless lines.
It can shake up times on the clock thanks to its energy and it's guaranteed to put a smile on the face
of riders who love steep freeride lines, letting loose and just having big fun.
Designing a simple and efficient bike is not actually that simple.
The FRS is a melting pot of technology which draws on our experience
from the design and engineering of its predecessors.
To achieve this result, we worked at length on the kinematics,
geometry and the construction of the frame itself.


1 - Seat Tube Length 420 mm 420 mm 420 mm 420 mm
2 - Seat Tube Angle 63 63 63 63
3 - Head Tube Angle 64 64 64 64
4 - Head Tube Length 110 mm 110 mm 110 mm 110 mm
5 - Wheel Base 1223 mm 1248 mm 1273 mm 1293 mm
6 - Top Tube Length 589 mm 614 mm 638 mm 660 mm
7 - Chainstay Length 435 mm 435 mm 435 mm 435 mm
8- BB Height -7 mm -7 mm -7 mm -7 mm
9 - Fork Length 581 mm 581 mm 581 mm 581 mm
10 - Reach 440 mm 465 mm 490 mm 510 mm


Reliability also remains one of our major interests.
On the construction side, the FRS is made with a series of triple butted aluminium tubes (AL 6066),
the shapes of which have been worked to improve their mechanical characteristics.
The weight of the frame is improved, and the longitudinal and transverse flex is more controlled.
For the kinematics, two 'anchor' positions are available for the rocker and they are easily changeable.
Two major benefits of this system are;
1) Being able to use a spring or air shock independently without having to make compromises.
2) The choice between a function that favours grip (sensitive) or that focuses more on energy (responsive).
In other words, riding a bit more of a DH bike (sensitive) or more bike park/jumps (responsive).
The two kinematic curves are already more linear than those of its predecessor,
for better contact with the ground (tyre/ground contact is more accurate/pronounced)
and more comfort through the travel.


  • The bearings are oversized, and the rocker is designed to minimise stress on the shock.
  • This ensures better functioning all-round and maximises reliability.
  • The rocker is connected to the seat stays by best integrating them to visually form a single piece.
  • Integration is a personality trait of the FRS. Refined lines. Simplicity is key.
  • The shock support is embedded in the down tube.
  • The bike is 'cleaned' of all the elements which complicate the line of the frame.
  • As for the finishing touches, the cable passage holes are positioned as close as possible to the main pivot point in order to reduce the chances of displacement and wear.
  • The bushing inserts on the steerer make a perfect fit.
  • The chain stay protector (double density injected) is completely revised.
  • The body is made of polypropylene for excellent coverage. The gum material is thick and is shaped to prevent distracting noises.
  • The FRS now also has a bash guard on the underside of the down tube.
  • No more worrying about paint chips or throwing it over a pickup pad.