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Riding Slow…On Purpose

Sadly, it seems that the more serious one gets about riding the less time the rider spends in the saddle just riding along. I encourage you to back of the power every now and then.

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Introducing The 2016 Warbird Line - Featuring Class 5 VRS™

Today, it’s my privilege to introduce our 2016 Warbird line, featuring Class 5 VRS™!

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The Story Of Powderkeg

As you may or may not remember, the first time we publicly talked about our tandem project was way back in October of 2010. Since then our tandem prototypes have seen thousands of miles from the Dirty Kanza 200 to local singletrack trails. Salsa sponsored rider Kurt Refsnider even took his Powderkeg tandem across America in the Tour Divide Race. Impressive!

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Introducing Salsa Touring Panniers

We’re pleased to announce the arrival of our new front and rear Touring Panniers.

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Racing For Each Other

This winter I’ve had the opportunity to race on the 45NRTH women’s fat bike team. Being able to race with such strong ladies has been one of the best experiences of my life. We are extremely competitive and train hard.

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Fat Pursued: A Flatlander Returns to the Fat Pursuit

I was shivering at the predawn start line of JayP’s Backyard Fat Pursuit on January 10th - not from cold, since it was already 20 degrees, but from eagerness to stop anticipating the event and start racing it. I had been looking forward to this moment since I DNF’ed in the first edition of the race, in March 2014

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New Product Wednesday!

We’ve got a couple new products to introduce today!

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Riding Into The New Year

I can’t think of a better way to start the New Year then toeing a start line as soon as possible.

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Good Luck Arrowhead 2015 Racers

Racers of the 2015 Arrowhead, we wish you the best of luck and a safe and meaningful ride.

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Life In A Small Town

While paying for my meal my waitress told me “You will be the talk of the town for weeks” and I remembered what it’s like to live in a small town.

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