DEADWOOD

BACKCOUNTRY SINGLETRACK / ENDURANCE RACING / BIKEPACKING

Deadwood SUS is our 29+ full suspension short-travel trail bike. The rolling prowess of 29 x 3.0″ tires with true-tracking, sure-footed Split Pivot suspension gives “rubber adhesive” a whole new meaning. Frame geometry tailored specifically to the 29+ wheel diameter paired with 100mm front and 91mm rear travel yields a momentum-holding, flat corner-crushing ride whether racing or connecting widely spaced points on unfamiliar maps.

Deadwood. Discover Singletraction.

DEADWOOD 29+ XO1 EAGLE
DEADWOOD 29+ XO1 EAGLE
DEADWOOD 29+ XO1 EAGLE
DEADWOOD 29+ XO1 EAGLE
DEADWOOD 29+ XO1 EAGLE
DEADWOOD 29+ XO1 EAGLE
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Can I run 27.5" (650b) or 27.5+ (2.8/3.0" tires) rims and tires on this frameset? +
Can I run standard 29″ rims and tires on this frameset? +
Can I use a rear shock from a different manufacturer? +
Do you offer touch-up paint? +
How do I set up my rear shock? +
How do I take care of my suspension fork or rear shock? +
I crashed and dented (or cracked) my frame. Is it safe to ride? +
What is the warranty for this bike? +
What suspension fork can I use on this bike? +
How do I properly service/torque the pivots and bearings? +

Salsa Cycles Limited Warranty

All Salsa products are warranted against manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship from the date of retail purchase of the product, subject to the limitations detailed below. Every Salsa frame, component, and apparel has a useful product life cycle. The length of that useful product life cycle will vary depending on the construction and the materials of the product, maintenance and care the product receives, and the amount and type of use the product is subjected to over its life. Your bike has an intended level of use as defined by the ASTM Riding Condition Classification Chart. Failure to adhere to the use cases identified in this chart will void your warranty. Save your dated receipt for proof of purchase.

NOTE: All warranty periods below apply to original owner only

Five-Year Warranty
Steel frames
Titanium frames
Carbon frames
Carbon front triangle of suspension frames

Three-Year Warranty
Aluminum frames
Aluminum front triangles of suspension frames
All Salsa forks
All Salsa components

Two-Year Warranty
Aluminum chainstays of suspension frames
Aluminum seatstays of suspension frames
Carbon seatstays of suspension frames
All other suspension frame parts (excludes hanger, pivot hardware, bearings)

One-Year Warranty
All apparel
All frame bags

Salsa Cycles does not guarantee the compatibility of original components with a warranty replacement frame. Salsa Cycles is not responsible for parts or labor required to remove and/or refit and re-adjust the product within the bicycle assembly, including wheel rebuilds.

Salsa Cycles cannot guarantee a color match to the original frame, component, or apparel in the event of a replacement.

This warranty applies to 2014 and newer model bicycles and covers only Salsa Cycles branded product. Any other original part or component shall be covered by the stated warranty of the original manufacturer. Any products not specifically included above are hereby excluded.

This warranty does not cover the following:

Damage due to improper assembly or follow-up maintenance or lack of skill, competence or experience of the user or assemble

Bicycles that were not assembled or serviced by an authorized Salsa Cycles dealer

Products that have been modified, neglected, used in competition, or for commercial purposes such as rental, courier, police, security, etc, misused or abused, involved in accidents or anything other than normal use

Installation of components, parts, or accessories not originally intended for use with or compatible with Salsa frames and components

Salsa Cycles bicycles, frames, components or softgoods purchased from an unauthorized dealer

Salsa Cycles bicycles, frames, components or softgoods purchased from third-party internet sites, including auction websites, and regional trading websites (examples: Amazon, eBay, and Craigslist) are not covered under this warranty, even if you have a receipt

Sandblasting, sanding, grinding, wire brushing, filing, welding, brazing, drilled holes, anodizing, refinishing, powder coating, or chrome plating the bicycle, frame, or component will void the warranty

Internal rust perforation on all steel frames

Wear, scratches, chips and cracks to paint, finish, or coating on all Salsa frames and components

Bent or broken derailleur hangers or Alternator plates

Labor required to remove and/or refit and re-adjust the product within the bicycle assembly, including wheel rebuilds

Damage to carbon fiber caused by any carbon assembly paste

Normal wear and tear

Legal Disclaimer
This limited warranty is expressly limited to the repair or replacement of a defective product, at the option of Salsa Cycles, and is the sole remedy of the warranty. This limited warranty applies only to the original purchaser of the Salsa Cycles product and is not transferable. This warranty applies only to Salsa Cycles products purchased through an authorized dealer or distributor. In no event shall Salsa Cycles be liable for any loss, inconvenience or damage, whether direct, incidental, consequential, or otherwise resulting from breach of any express or implied warranty or condition of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or otherwise with respect to our products except as set forth herein. This warranty gives the consumer specific legal rights, and those rights and other rights may vary from place to place. This warranty does not affect your statutory rights.

TO THE EXTENT NOT PROHIBITED BY LAW, THESE WARRANTIES ARE EXCLUSIVE AND THERE ARE NO OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

For 2013 and older model bicycles and products, please consult your Owner’s Manual, Salsa Cycles product instructions, or contact Salsa Cycles or your authorized Salsa dealer for the applicable warranty information.

WARRANTY REGISTRATION:
Proof of purchase is required before a warranty claim is processed. Salsa Cycles therefore strongly encourages warranty registration at salsacycles.com. Failure to register will not affect consumer rights under the limited warranty stated above, so long as the consumer can show in a reasonable manner proof of original ownership and the date the Salsa Cycles product was purchased.

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Reviews

This thing is a blast to ride, for reasons I still have a hard time putting my finger on. It’s like the Pete Rose of singletrack. Old Charlie Hustle never seemed to have an amazing amount of athletic ability, but that dude ended up in 17 All-Star games at FIVE different positions. How?
-DirtRagMag.com – August 2017

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The 29+ size combines the speed of 29-inch wheels with the traction of plus-size rubber. This is an especially awesome option for loaded riding, such as bike packing or gravel-road touring.
-Bicycling.com – August 2017

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Between the suspension and the 29 x 3.0” tires, Deadwood Sus devours chunder that would normally at least slow you down. This is a bike for going fast over rough terrain and pedaling through the nastiest trails – or just as likely, terrain where there is no trail.
-BikeRumor.com – August 2017

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With its blend of stability and stoutness on the downs and support and traction on the ups, the Deadwood should delight riders who want to ride hard, but are happy to keep both wheels on the ground and mostly keep to the straightest line. It's also addictingly rewarding on the climbs, and I've been told there are riders out there for whom going uphill is the best part.
-BikeMag.com – July 2017

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For those who’ve ridden a 29er, switched to 27.5” tires and then saddled a 29er again, the benefits of bigger diameter wheels and tires are immediately obvious. Rolling over roots, rocks and other obstacles becomes more fluid, and the larger footprint helps take the edge off and inspire confidence. The same goes for the transition from 27.5+ to 29+.
-Bikepacking.com – May 2017

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Over the course of three days and seventy miles of riding, I came to appreciate what 29x3in tires in a short-travel package can conquer.
-BikeRadar – February 2017

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Salsa has done a tremendous job of making the 29+ wheels and tires feel so nimble, that you forget that this isn’t a “normal” 29er. Manuals take a little more effort, but it’s still very easy to get the front wheel aloft for technical drops. Of course, the added tire volume and suspension are able to erase a lot of mistakes if your maneuver doesn’t go as planned. Don’t let the travel numbers fool you, the Deadwood SUS is a true trail bike that feels completely comfortable in the air or on the ground.
-BikeRumor – February 2017

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