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Reviews

It's been a while since a bike gave me goosebumps, but that's just what the Salsa Bucksaw did.
-Bicycling Magazine – March 2015

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The Bucksaw is at the forefront of what’s available, with the chops to roll through parks in the winter or to tackle a big race like La Ruta.
-GearPatrol.com – February 2015

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2014 Dirt Rag Editor’s Choice – Bikes Category
-DirtRagMag.com – November 2014

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Salsa Bucksaw – Bravely going where no fat bike has gone before.
-Fat-Bike.com – November 2014

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“…the Bucksaw positively rails singletrack, skips over rugged sections, and floats atop chatter bumps like a hovercraft, or, perhaps, a town car. You’ll find yourself seeking out wiggly s-turns for the sheer bounce-house fun of it, and before too long you’ll look at skinnier bikes as if they’re the weird ones.
-National Geographic Gear Of The Year 2014

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Salsa is very keen to point out that this is not a fat Spearfish or Horsethief. Instead it is a purpose built bike, designed from the ground up. One of the most crucial points to the design was characterizing how fat bike tires perform.
-BikeRumor.com – July 2014

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My takeaway from my (far too brief) ride on the Bucksaw is this: Is it faster? Maybe? Is it better? That’s a loaded question. Is it fun? Oh hell yeah.
-Dirt Rag – July 2014

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Video – Salsa’s Mike Riemer Talks About The Full-Suspension Bucksaw
-Fat-Bike.com – July 2014

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We took a couple of different rides on the Bucksaw just to make sure our initial ride impression was correct. This is the first truly well thought out and executed full suspension fat-bike on the market.
-Fat-Bike.com – July 2014

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The rear suspension seems well sorted. Climbing and pedaling is actually quite efficient as the Weagle suspension just floated over rough climbs without locking out or sagging. It just remained high in its sag position, quickly responding to bumps. Braking hard into rough turns was pretty cool as the bike really did seem more active than most bike systems that stiffen up under hard braking.
-MTBR – July 2014

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The world's first full-suspension fatbike won't just make you fall in love with mountain biking again. It will make you a better rider.
-Outside Magazine Online – September 2014

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