Fresh Full Sus

Today we’re excited to reveal additions to our full suspension mountain bike line.

First, we’ve added an aluminum versions of Rustler to the lineup for more choices. Next, all of our full-suspension bikes have new paint and spec options but maintain all of the technology and features that make them so good at what they do. The Split Pivot® suspension system offers incredible pedaling efficiency, consistent braking, and silky small-bump compliance. Spearfish and Horsethief accommodate two full-size bottles in the frame triangle for all-day rides, while Rustler’s more compact frame prioritizes flickability and fun. Every rider will find something to love in our full-suspension family.


2020 Rustler 

Our 27.5" playful trail bike is loaded with 130 mm of Split Pivot suspension travel out back and a 150 mm fork for riders who like to create their own lines and find the fun in every stretch of trail.

Introducing Rustler from Salsa Cycles on Vimeo.

Check out the new Rustler models here.


2020 Horsethief 

Our 29" all-around trail bike comes equipped with 120 mm of Split Pivot rear suspension and a 140 mm fork, perfect for open-ended rides that could lead you anywhere—perhaps even to a post-ride beverage with a scenic view.

Introducing Horsethief from Salsa Cycles on Vimeo.

See the updated Horsethief bikes here.


2020 Spearfish 

Our 29" progressive XC bike features 100 mm of Split Pivot rear suspension and a 120 mm fork for fast and fun weeknight trail rides or peak efficiency in endurance and XC efforts.

Introducing Spearfish from Salsa Cycles on Vimeo.

See the full Spearfish line here.



Understanding Split Pivot from Salsa Cycles on Vimeo.

Understanding Flip Chip from Salsa Cycles on Vimeo.

Understanding Split Pivot Suspension Setup from Salsa Cycles on Vimeo.

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Harrison Maddox

I’m a jack-of-all, master-of-none sort when it comes to the outdoors. Riding, climbing, paddling, skiing or hiking—everything has its own appeal. All that matters are the effort and the solitude. I’m not competitive but I enjoy a good challenge, and I’ll say “yes” to anything that puts me in over my head or involves type 2 fun, as that’s where life’s spicier moments seem to live.


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