The crew here at Salsa feels extremely lucky and grateful to have been afforded the chance to offer insight and direction to the Bluto project at the onset. Being on the front edge of any new product genre is risky; ideas and designs change and evolve quickly. Fatbikes are no exception, but the good news is Bluto works on a large majority of Salsa fatbikes sold to date.
Today, I’m sharing the story of how Bucksaw, our full-suspension fatbike, came to be. Grab a cup of coffee…or perhaps a pint…and immerse yourself in some fully-suspended fatbike history.
There’s something magical about spending the night out alone, in the wilderness, with only your thoughts and your bike for company. Unfortunately, there seemed to be a fairly high internal barrier that keeps many people from loading up bikes with overnight gear and a bit of food to spend the night in some place unique: namely, Fear.
We continue with Part Two of Christopher Tassava’s story from the Fat Pursuit. -Kid
In the darkness, I tried to remind myself that moving was the only way I would get to the second checkpoint, but that eating and drinking were mandatory, and that resting was okay.