Taking On The TNGA Bikepacking Race

Plan.  Pack. Rethink.  Update gear list.  Rethink.  Pack.  Look at map.  Solder something.  Plan.  Update gear list.  Pull it all out of my bags.  Rethink.  Plan. I feel like this has been the process I’ve gone through in my basement and in my head for the last two weeks as I prepare for the TNGA (Trans North Georgia).

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Introducing The 2018 Beargrease

We’re excited to announce the arrival of the 2018 Beargrease line up. Around 2010 or so, Engineer Pete Koski declared that he wanted to design, “a fatbike that ripped like a modern hardtail.” Koski meant every word, and since its introduction in 2012, Beargrease has become the standard-bearer for fatbike racing performance. In any season, on any terrain, at any staring line, it’s the fatbike to chase.

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Introducing The 2018 Mukluk

We’re excited to present the 2018 family of Mukluk. Many of us here at Salsa have had the pleasure of watching Mukluk evolve over the last decade, and we believe that today, it stands as the most progressive fatbike in the industry.

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Bikepacking To The Australian Alps’ Enduro Trails

“Everyone look over here!” Adrian shouted into the megaphone, pointing at me with a crazed grin. “These two Americans are putting gears on their bikes! What kind of person even brings gears to the Singlespeed World Championships?!”

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Ben Weaver’s Sees Like A River Tour

Salsa sponsored musician Ben Weaver has begun his Sees Like A River tour.

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Bikepacking Patagonia: Finding Everything in the Southern Andes

We’re excited to present our second ISSUU publication; Bikepacking Patagonia: Finding Everything in the Southern Andes. Follow Kurt Refsnider and Kaitlyn Boyle’s two-wheeled immersion in the geography, culture, and rhythm of the Southern Andes through their trip journal and photography.

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Arizona Knowledge Exchange

I wasn’t sure what to make of my first interaction with Pete Koski, bike engineer at Salsa Cycles. “What pressure do you run your suspension at?” he asked me. I paused for a second. Was he joking, being sarcastic? Or did he actually expect me to check my shock pressure each time before I rode my bike?

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Practice - Greg Gleason’s First Run at the Tour Divide Race

Greg Gleason’s 2017 Tour Divide didn’t necessarily end the way he wanted it to. Racers have over 2,745 miles to experience challenges they could never have planned for, and in Greg’s case, it took 1,250.

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Do It Yourself Bikepacking - Not An Ordinary Vacation

It started as it always does with a simple question in an email.

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Simply Propelled: Adventures of the Clark Family

Our goal is to complete extended self-propelled wilderness camping trips with our two young children. We love spending time together as a family outdoors, and we are at the forefront of the trend to get kids into the wilderness on big adventures.

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