2014 Fargo Ti

2014 Fargo Ti
2014 Fargo Ti
2014 Fargo Ti
  • Features
  • Build Kit
  • Frame Specs
  • Geometry

Reviews

I used the Fargo 2 as a commuter, a mountain bike, and a bike- packing off-road tourer. It performed well in each environment.
-Bicycle Times – December 2013

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I didn’t get to ride it nearly as much as I wanted to (right on across the state and beyond), but the little bit of dirt and gravel I did experience left me impressed.
-Bicycle Times – July 2013

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The bottom bracket sits higher than a typical touring bike’s, but lower than that of an all-out mountain bike. This compromise creates a stability with agility that is one of the bike’s standout features.
-BikeOvernights – February 2012

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With six bottle cages (including two on the rigid forks), rack and mudguard mounts front and rear, and masses of mud clearance even with 2.4in tyres, the Fargo certainly ticks all the long- distance rough trail boxes.
-BikeRadar – 2009

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Big wheels, commanding ride: this do-it-all bike won us over
-BikeRadar – 2009

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Hands On With Salsa’s 2014 Fargo, El Mariachi SS, Warbird, And Colossal

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While it may not be a master of any one thing, it certainly is a skilled jack of all trades.
-Dirt Rag – July 2009

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More than a year has passed and the Fargo project has been one of the most rewarding bikes to ever grace my quiver. From coffee runs to shredding singletrack, this bike has delivered. Not just delivered, it’s been a blast. One bike to rule them all? I think so.
-Expedition Portal – June 2013

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On moderate trails and dirt roads where you need to haul gear and go long, this one-of-a-kind mountain bike has it made.
-GearJunkie – May 2011

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This is a bike that doesn’t neatly fall into any category. It can be many things to many riders. The only thing that holds it back is a lack of imagination.
-Mountain Bike Action – April 2012

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If you could only have one bike, for whatever reason, this would be the bike to have. Short of racing, a change of tyres is enough to make the Fargo capable of pretty much any kind of riding. I'd have no qualms about completing a road century on it, or an mountain bike enduro, or a backwoods tour.
-Road.CC – April 2011

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The Fargo absolutely shines on fire roads, dirt paths, gravel roads, and the like.
-TwentyNineInches – June 2009

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