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Reviews

The Ti Mukluk receives a similar half painted look as the rest of Salsa’s bikes with a clearcoat covering the entire bike. Raw Ti is beautiful in its own right, but I have to admit that the painted Ti bikes were beautiful in person.
-BikeRumor – July 2013

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In motion, the Mukluk 2 is a contrast of attributes. It lumbers along undaunted in 6” of snow, but when it hits open trail, it rails with authority reminding you that this is no saucer sled, this is a bike with proper mountain bike DNA. At times I’ve found myself mid turn, driving hard, tires growling, not yielding an inch. The traction is astounding on dry trails, reminding me that this bike is not just for snowy days, although that is were it is most fun to ride.
-Expedition Portal – March 2013 Previous

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The Mukluk 2 somehow has become my defacto mountain bike. I’ve come to believe that this fat bike is what all other mountain bikes, really want to be when they grow up. This is truly a mountain bike for real.
-Fat-Bike.com – June 2012

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I suggest we begin thinking of these bikes as “all-terrain” and not merely for snow.
-GearJunkie – January 2012

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The Mukluk specifically is a great platform for exploratory outings which may be uncharted areas, or otherwise may take you through bits of trail that are difficult to impossible to ride on a “normal” 29″er. It is a stable handling rig and those tires eat up terrain that would stop a typical 29″er in its tracks. Deeper grounds, sand, mud, forest floor debris, and deep rock are easy to traverse on the Mukluk and bring rides into focus that you may never have considered before.
-TwentyNineInches– November 2011

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