It seems very clear that this UK based company wanted their first 29er to obtain the same handling their previous 26 in mountain bikes are well known for.
Which means a longer and slacker geometry so it feels right at home when being ripped through fast flowing single track, by inserting a perma grin on your face at the same time. The FF29’s geometry is nice at 71.5 degrees for the head angle, and is based around a 100-120 mm fork. They made the chainstays short at 17.5in and the wheelbase is 42.59in.
The technology called Super-Plastic Formed has been used to mold the 6000 series aluminum tubing. The down tube strays from the traditional Kinesis straight tube aesthetic to a down tube that curves near the head tube and bottom bracket. They utilized a tapered head tube, and a straight top tube – where the cables are routed underneath, and Super taper seat stays to provide enough clearance for 2.2 in MTB tires, these are classy looking twenty niner bikes. Weight of the FF29 frame only is 1.78kg (3.92lb).