Salsa designs bikes for people who want to go further and see more. Their range of disc-brake touring bikes accommodate bigger tires for getting off the beaten path; the Salsa fat-bikes take bike riding to the next level with 4” wide tires; and both the hard-tails and dual-suspension bikes have received new geometries and suspension platform for 2014. If you are looking for a bike that is designed from the beginning to be extra versatile and fun, it will be worth your while to take a close look at our latest collection of 2014 Salsa bicycles.
The Vaya is a touring and road adventure bike, designed to handle any ‘road’ surface, from pavement, to gravel, to dirt.
The Classico CroMoly tubeset provides an excellent ride quality with or without a load. A full compliment of braze-on’s for fenders, racks, and lowriders, make the Vaya an extremely versatile machine, whether your intent is touring or general road or gravel exploration.
The Horsethief is Salsa’s “any trail, anywhere in the world” bike. If you like to experience new trails…this is your bike. Extremely capable and confidence inspiring, it handles big mountain, aggressive terrain with ease.
The 2014 Horsethief has been totally redesigned and incorporates Dave Weagle’s Split Pivot™ suspension technology. New geometry and extremely short 437mm chainstays let you charge it on The Whole Enchilada in Utah, in the Scottish Highlands, or anyplace else you want to take on an epic, rugged ride.
The Spearfish is designed to thrive and sustain you through ultra-endurance long distance rides and races. It is designed for efficiency that allows you to push yourself further, faster, and focus less on how far it is to the next feed station.
The 2014 Spearfish has been totally redesigned and incorporates Dave Weagle’s Split Pivot™ rear suspension technology. New geometry and extremely short 437mm chainstays deliver confidence inspiring, yet extremely agile, singletrack performance at speed.
The El Mariachi is Salsa's 29er hardtail is perfect for long singletrack sessions and bikepacking expeditions.
Alternator dropouts make the El Mariachi an incredibly capable and versatile bike, allowing for customizable geometry, the short chainstays improve singletrack agility while remaining stable and balanced. Set it up with suspension, a rigid steel fork, or a Firestarter Carbon fork to truly customize your ride. You can even put an Alternator Standard Rack and panniers on, and do some off-road touring.
The triple triangle steel El Mariachi 29er uses Alternator dropouts for either geared or singlespeed setups. The Alternator’s provide quick and secure wheel adjustment and have proven themselves in the longest, toughest races and rides.
The Mukluk is a ride-anywhere fatbike designed to take you where other bikes can’t, or just plain refuse to go.
Alternator dropouts and the Bearpaw fork make this an even more capable aluminum explorer. Run geared or singlespeed setups depending on the mission at hand. Use waterbottles or Anything Cages on your fork legs for a bikepacking trip. Or add an Alternator Wide Rack and panniers for an extended trip..
|Last updated on August 26, 2014 6:27 PM|