Build up your custom hardtail and you'll be singing your own tune on Salsa's El Mariachi Frame. This 29er frame slays singletrack, is perfect for your next bikepacking trip, and will always be ready to stay out later than originally planned. It's made of Salsa's Kung Fu triple-butted chromoly for a lively and comfortable ride. The frame geometry features super-short chainstays for impressive singletrack agility and excellent stability and balance. Salsa's Alternator dropouts let you run your choice of a geared or singlespeed drivetrain. The El Mariachi delivers day-in, day-out, versatile, reliable performance, and it's perfect for long trail sessions and expeditions. El Mariachi. The perfect soundtrack for singletrack.
If you've ever wanted to ride your bike on almost any surface—then the sand-crushing, snow-loving, singtrack-carving, huge-tire-having Salsa Mukluk is the frame you've been waiting for. This 26-inch-wheeled, double-butted aluminum fat bike frame with Salsa's aluminum Bearpaw fork expands your riding territory and turns ordinary trails into new experiences that are more fun than ever. This frame is built to run up to 4-inch wide tires, providing flotation in snow, sand, and mud allowing you to ride when other people are stuck. And you can ride singlespeed or geared, thanks to Salsa's Alternator dropouts. Other touches include 5 bottle mounts (3 on the frame, 2 on the fork), rack mounts, and shaped chainstays and seatstays for plenty of pedaling clearance even while wearing snow boots.
$950.00 - $1,250.00
Gear up for the expedition of a lifetime with Salsa's Blackborow Frameset. This light, nimble aluminum frame and beefy Salsa Bearpaw fork, are designed around a 5-inch tire platform to provide maximum flotation and traction on loose, soft surfaces like sand and snow. The drivetrain is pure fat bike, with 196mm-wide rear hub spacing, 150mm-wide front spacing, and a 136mm-wide bottom bracket. Alternator dropouts let you run the bike either geared or as a singlespeed. Expedition-worthy braze-ons include front and rear rack mounting points, and spots for 5—yes, 5—water bottle cages. So pull out a map and start planning. The Blackborow just made your dreams a reality.
When actually buttering up forest carnivores ceases to amuse you, may we suggest instead a jaunt on your very own Salsa Beargrease? A wicked fat bike build begins with this stiff aluminum frameset, complete with 170mm spacing in the rear and a 150mm Salsa Bearpaw fork up front. With a steed such as this, you will be completely prepared for the most savage terrain and weather conditions, but can sail blissfully under clear skies, as well.
At the northern end of the Black Hills, you'll find Deadwood, South Dakota—a town founded by renegades and outlaws heading into the mountains for gold and adventure. Much like those renegades of yore, Salsa's Deadwood mountain bike frame is ready to roll right off the grid and explore any unruly surface you encounter. The smooth-riding Cobra Kai chromoly frame is designed around drop bars, can run a rigid fork or 100mm-travel suspension fork, and accommodates 29+ wheels, giving you traction for days and a monster bike that can go anywhere. Salsa's Alternator dropouts allow you to run your machine single-speed or geared, for even more options. Cargo hungry braze-ons and tons of front triangle framebag space let you make plenty of excuses for what was supposed to be your last day of vacation.
Go anywhere—and do it fast! Salsa's Beargrease pulls out all the stops so you can push the limits over snow, sand, mud and any other previously unrideable surface. The Bear's heart is an amazingly lightweight, efficient aluminum frame that will accommodate tires up to 4-inches wide. The carbon Salsa Makwa fork continues the lightweight trend and maximizes performance with a tapered steerer and thru-axle for outstanding steering control. Build this beauty with your favorite wheels and components and leave some fresh tracks.
Where can you ride Salsa's full-suspension Bucksaw 1 fat bike? You should ask where can't you ride it! The light, lively aluminum frame is equipped for the trails with the RockShox Monarch shock and active Split Pivot suspension, giving you 100mm of rear travel. Clearance for massive, terrain-trampling 3.8-inch tires and rims work with the suspension to deliver unparalleled traction and sure-footed stability. Up front there's a tapered headtube for enhanced steering precision. Disc brake tabs allow you to install your choice of brake systems. And, full length housing guides and stealth dropper post routing are the final touches that take the Bucksaw to a whole new level of full-sus, fat bike greatness.
The Cutthroat, thankfully, does not actually do any throat cutting, because this would be illegal and slightly macabre. It does, however, do its fair share of multi-surface shredding, bringing a new degree of speed to the bikepacking and ultra-endurance scenes. You like speed? So does Cutthroat, and its full-carbon frame, groundbreaking Class 5 VRS (Vibration Reduction System), and beefy PressFit bottom bracket all help you haul all-out for longer. Race-ready, Tour Divide-record breaking geometry keeps you as efficient as possible, while minimizing the wear and tear of sun-up-to-sundown efforts. So, ride on! Cutthroat will take care of the rest.
Salsa's El Mariachi Ti Frame is their top-of-the-line hardtail, boasting their double-butted 3Al/2.5V-titanium tubing for a frame that's as light and lively as it is amazingly durable and smooth. This beauty is versatile, too, with a head tube that's compatible with tapered or straight steerers and clearance for big 29 x 2.4-inch tires in the rear. Plus, Salsa's geometry features super-short chainstays for impressive singletrack agility with excellent stability and balance, while Salsa's Alternator dropouts let you run your choice of a geared or singlespeed drivetrain. The El Mariachi delivers day-in, day-out, versatile, reliable performance and it's perfect for long singletrack sessions and expeditions. El Mariachi. The perfect soundtrack for singletrack.
Salsa's Beargrease Carbon Frameset pulls out all the stops so you can push the limits over snow, sand, mud and any other previously unrideable surface. The Bear's heart is an amazingly lightweight, efficient carbon frame designed to give you the stability you want from a fat bike with the nimbleness of a cross-country bike. The tapered carbon Salsa Makwa fork with a 15mm thru-axle ensure precise steering, and both the frame and fork accommodate tires up to 4-inches wide for tons of flotation. Build this beauty with your favorite wheels and components and leave a fresh track.
How do you make Salsa's any-trail, anywhere Horsethief even better? Start by adding a hefty dose of carbon to lighten up the ride and increase pedaling stiffness and efficiency. Whether you're exploring new trails or heading to your favorite stomping grounds, this frame is the start of a fun, capable, go-anywhere machine. It handles big-mountain aggressive terrain with ease with its 120mm-travel Salsa carbon chassis with an active Split Pivot rear suspension. Combine that with a long top tube, short chainstays, and a short stem with wide bars, and you have a demon descender. Plus, you get the speed and roll-over-anything abilities of a 29er with slack angles and a low stance, so you'll absolutely devour challenging terrain. To get the most out its descending capabilities, the Horsethief is laterally stiff thanks to its 142 x 12mm rear axle and lack of pivots. It also features ISCG-05 chainguide tabs and a tapered head tube. For all-day riding in rugged terrain, steal a ride on the Horsethief!
You could take up a life of crime, stealing unsuspecting horses from their comfortable, meadowy hangouts; alternatively, you might consider investing in a Salsa Horsethief Carbon Frameset. This carbon beast is as fast as its namesake but considerably more legal, featuring Salsa's high modulus carbon for a ride that's as stiff and responsive as they come. Dialed geometry makes this bike aggressive and playful beneath you, so you'll be ready to make a clean getaway on any trail. Build it up as a 29-inch wheeled speedy monster truck or a 27.5+ traction-loving whip!
Blaze your own titanium trail through snow, sand or anything, really, with Salsa's Mukluk Ti Frameset. This light-and-nimble and ultra-tough 26-inch-wheeled 3Al/2.5V-titanium frame with Salsa's Bearpaw aluminum fork expands your riding territory and turns formerly impassable trails into new, now-rideable experiences. This frame takes a 4-inch wide tire up front and a 3.8-inch one in the back, providing excellent flotation/grip in snow, sand, frozen lakes, and mud. Now you can ride outside when other people are stuck inside. Disc brake tabs mean you'll always have tons of stopping power, too, no matter how nasty the trail conditions get. And you can ride singlespeed or geared, thanks to Salsa's Alternator dropouts. Other touches include 5 bottle mounts (3 on the frame, 2 on the fork), rack mounts, and shaped chainstays and seatstays for plenty of pedaling clearance while wearing snow boots. With the Mukluk, getting first tracks takes on a whole new meaning!
When you're not prepared to steal an actual horse, the Salsa Pony Rustler has just the right amount of fugitivery packed into a sweet 27.5+ package. If you're into maximum traction, butter-smooth bump compliance, and insane pedaling efficiency, then the Pony Rustler is probably calling to you from behind this very screen. High modulus carbon means stronger, stiffer, lighter, and faster. Who doesn't like all of those things? The Easter eggs keep coming with features like a replaceable derailleur hanger, a smorgasbord of wheel and tire size options, and full-size bottle compatibility. So climb onto these two beefy wheels, but be warned: you'll never want to steal another four-legged mammal again.
Taking its name from a mountain biking mecca in North Dakota, Salsa's Spearfish Carbon Frame is the perfect choice for building a dream 29er ready to thrive and sustain you through ultra-endurance, long-distance rides, and races. This light and responsive carbon frame with Split Pivot suspension technology lets you push yourself further, faster, and focus less on finding the next feed station, and more on enjoying the ride. The dialed geometry and extremely short, 437mm-long chainstays offer amazingly agile singletrack performance at speed and confidence-inspiring handling in any situation.
If fat bikes changed the world of mountain biking, then Salsa's Bucksaw Carbon shreds the book and completely rewrites it. The ultra-stiff, wonderfully light carbon frame is equipped for getting properly rowdy on practically any type of terrain. With 100mm of rear travel from a RockShox Monarch and awesome Split Pivot suspension, the word capable doesn't even scratch the surface. Up front, the tapered steerer is prepared to take a 100mm suspension fork to make every ride a party. Adding to the squish, this fat bike accepts low-pressure, high-volume tires up to 4-inches wide on 82mm rims so you can keep a tight line as you steamroll over obstacles. It's more than ready for rocks, ruts, drops, bumps, berms, and anything else between you and the end of the trail. The question "where can I ride my Bucksaw," will quickly become "where can't I ride my Bucksaw?"
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