Long Story Short: What’s With All The Holes?

Not much more than a decade ago, your Salsa (and every other bike) came with probably four holes in the frame for mounting a water bottle cage or two. Today, you can find a Salsa with 20+ mounting holes in the frame and fork. But why? Where did these holes come from and what are they for? Neil Beltchenko goes into the rationale behind the holes in this episode of Long Story Short.

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