Cutthroat is Salsa's Tour Divide-inspired bikepacking machine. With a lightweight, efficient carbon frameset, ample tire clearance, and thoroughly thought-out mounts for all of your ride and camp essentials, Cutthroat is equally suited to setting records or seeking R&R.
Fargo Apex 1 is Salsa's drop-bar off-road touring bike built to shatter limits. Ride it on singletrack, gravel, or other places you wouldn't take your standard touring bike. A triple-butted steel frame and huge tire clearance provide cushion on rugged roads. Alternator dropouts allow for any drivetrain you can imagine, and cargo mounts let you carry enough to go days between resupplies. SRAM's Apex 1 drivetrain is a reliable workhorse with the range for many adventures.
Every decision behind the Marrakesh Alivio was made with function and durability in mind. The included front and rear racks let you load it up and go on day one, and its myriad mounting points mean you don't have to leave anything at home. Triple-butted steel tubing and high-volume tires let you cover countless miles in comfort, while its touring geometry keeps everything stable when riding loaded. Carefully-selected Shimano drivetrain components deliver ease of use, reliability, and gear range for the longest flats and steepest mountain passes, while Cowchipper bars offer moderate flare in the drops for dialed-in control, along with a relaxed riding position on the tops or hoods for all-day comfort over varied road surfaces, as well as aerodynamic benefits. It's equipped with a bevy of attachment points for endless mounting options. Wherever your travels take you, Marrakesh is a touring bike that's ready to pile on the miles.
The Four Corners is built for the adventure rider looking to explore deep off of the beaten path, sleep outdoors, and be ready for whatever pavement, dirt road, or light singletrack is around the next corner. The heads-up bar position and generous braze-ons that make it possible to live on the bike for days at a time are equally at home on the daily commute. Bottle/Gear Mounts Fork leg bottle or accessory cage mounts on the base Four Corners, along with traditional front triangle bottle mounts (three on sizes M-XL, two on XS-S) provide up to six bottle cage mounts total. Disc Brakes Disc brakes provide smooth, controlled stopping in all conditions with minimal maintenance Steel is Real The Four Corners uses butted and formed Series 1 4130 CrMo frames specially tuned for loaded touring with upright geometry for comfortable and efficient all-day rides.
Are you looking for your first road bike? Do you want the experience of road cycling, but without a stratospheric price tag? The Contend 3 gives you all that and more. Designed for aspiring road cyclists aiming to ride a little faster and go farther, Contend offers a smooth, efficient ride quality. This isn't a bike built for anything else other than road cycling, ensuring a light and nimble machine. Giant uses their own ALUXX-grade aluminum throughout the frame, bringing low weight to the Contend 3. The innovative D-Fuse seatpost helps reduce vibration and harshness over rough and choppy pavement. There’s enough frame and fork clearance to run wider tires (up to 32mm!) to further smooth out every mile of a ride. Did we mention those stock 28mm S-R3 AC tires are tubeless straight out of the box? The included sealant prevents most flats to make every ride better. Shimano's 8-speed Claris components are found throughout the Contend 3, including the dual-control levers and both derailleurs. An alloy FSA Tempo crankset with a 50/34T chainring combo is matched with an 11-34T Shimano cassette, bringing a generous gearing range to the Contend 3. Lightweight alloy S-R3 wheels spin up to speed much better than the hoops found on a hybrid, while Tektro alloy dual-pivot caliper brakes help reign in speed.
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