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Maximizing A Weekend

In late October, a gift was delivered from the “Adventure Gods”—a work trip was cancelled and I was staring at the prospect of a three-day weekend. Oh, what to do?!

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Product Process: The Anything Cage HD

An interview with Salsa Product Design Engineer Sean Mailen and P&A Product Manager Andy Palmer regarding the design process behind the Anything Cage HD.

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Introducing The Anything Cage HD

I’m pleased to introduce the Anything Cage HD, an evolutionary step in our bolt-on gear carrier product line.

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Fat Pursuit Buzz

Hoot hoot! Just around the corner, January 10th, 2015, is the second running of JayP’s Backyard Fat Pursuit, and the buzz has been building after a successful inaugural event last winter.

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SAFETY NOTICE - Salsa Aluminum Mukluk Bearpaw Fork Recall

Salsa is participating in a voluntary safety recall of the aluminum Salsa Mukluk Bearpaw fork.

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Riding To A Glacier

It is possible to ride from the city of Anchorage, Alaska to a glacier, in a day.

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5 Trails, 5 States, 5 Days: A Salsa Storysite

We hope you enjoy our 5 Trails, 5 States, 5 Days storysite!

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Desert Ramble

Bring ten guys together, loaded down with food, water, beer, whiskey, cameras, and most importantly, fatbikes, and what you have is a good ol’ fashioned Ramble. In this case, a Desert Ramble.

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Forward Motion In Ecuador

Looking down at my GPS I could see that we had just crested 12,500 feet on our quest to make it to the mandatory 3 PM checkpoint. Trying to do math when your heart rate is maxed out and your lungs are dying for air is nearly impossible. I knew at the start of the race how far we needed to go and how fast we needed to travel in order to hit the checkpoint, but at this point in the race those numbers just rolled around inside my brain with no semblance of sense whatsoever.

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Bikepacking The Continental Divide Trail - Montana

As we finally rolled away from the Montana/Idaho border, I breathed a sigh of relief. Hopefully, the incessant rollercoaster of a trail was over, grades and trail conditions would improve, and the unsettled weather would let us be. I should have known better.

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