Ti Tuesday: Alan’s zippy Single Speed Ti Raijin

Alan’s Ti Raijin isn’t a big showy head turner of a bike. It’s been built up as durable zippy single speed for Alan’s local trails at Sports Swap in Toronto. Closer inspection reveals a thoughtful parts selection that will truly go the distance and perhaps last as long as this Raijin Ti frame will. The Stan’s
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Introducing the Satori and Satori DL

It might be deep in the heart of winter in the northern hemisphere, but we’re starting to see signs of spring popping up. The longer days and slightly warmer temperatures mean bike season is just around the corner. Ushering in a new season seems like the perfect time to introduce a new bike, so with
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Introducing the Cycling Team Mahieu-Kona-Vandermeeren

We’ve got exciting news from across the pond from our Belgian counterparts. They’ve assembled a stellar group of 20 cyclocross riders for the Cycling Team Mahieu-Kona-Vandermeeren. Managed by Bart Vandecasteele, Mahieu-Kona-Vandermeeren acts as a professional development program across six different CX categories. The mission of the team is to focus on the development of young
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Fat-Bike.com Reviews the Kona Wozo “Kona has proven themselves once again that they have some of the most capable and enabling bikes”

“It is capable of handling some of the most aggressive trails with its burly spec and near perfect geometry taken from its skinny brother, Honzo.” – Aristotle Peters Aristotle Peters from Fat-Bike.com has spent the last few months riding our Kona Wozo around his snow-covered Wisconsin trails. To say he gets the bike would be
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Hei Hei DL Named Editor’s Choice by Singletrackworld.com

Singletrackworld.com has named the Kona Hei Hei DL a 2017 Editor’s Choice bike. “Bellingham-based Kona has a reputation for being a brand that always forges its own path, particularly when it comes to the spectrum of riding that a bike of a given amount of rear travel is capable of. Case in point, the Hei
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Introducing The 2018 Salsa Split Pivot Full-Suspension Lineup

Salsa introduces its 2018 Split Pivot full-suspension trail bike lineup, featuring Deadwood, Pony Rustler, and Redpoint.

We are excited to introduce our 2018 Salsa full-suspension trail bike lineup.

Whether your goal is to quickly and efficiently cover distance, play from edge to edge on any singletrack trail, or find lines hidden amongst burly, big country terrain, our signature geometry and the incredible capability of the Split Pivot suspension platform let you confidently aim for bigger and bolder adventures.

In the simplest terms, Split Pivot keeps your suspension active during acceleration and braking, but climb on board and you’ll immediately notice the following benefits from Split Pivot’s rear axle pivot:

Exceptional bump compliance

Maximum traction

Incredible pedaling efficiency

Predictable braking

Improved bike stance due to the elimination of unwanted suspension movement during acceleration and braking

INTRODUCING THE 2018 SALSA SPLIT PIVOT TRAIL BIKE LINEUP

DEADWOOD

Deadwood is our 29+ full-suspension trail bike. The rolling prowess of 29 x 2.6” tires with true-tracking, sure footed Split Pivot suspension gives “rubber adhesive” a whole new meaning. The 29 x 2.6” wheels paired with 120mm front and 91mm rear travel yields a momentum-holding, flat corner-crushing ride whether racing or connecting widely-spaced points on unfamiliar maps.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR 2018 DEADWOOD MODELS


PONY RUSTLER

Pony Rustler is our “any singletrack in the world” 27.5+ trail bike with the super-capable, aggressive, and ground-clawing stability of 27.5 x 3.0″ tires. Mix this footprint with Split Pivot technology and 120/130mm travel, and you’re dressed to impress while you bust new moves on the high mountain dance floor.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR 2018 PONY RUSTLER MODELS


REDPOINT

Redpoint is our 27.5” wheeled 150mm travel trail bike for tackling the roughest and most remote mountain terrain. Redpoint’s layout strikes that fine balance between trail bike climbing prowess and descending chops. You’ll finish ascents with plenty of gas left in the tank for wide-open runs down the other side.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR 2018 REDPOINT MODELS

Please visit the Deadwood, Pony Rustler, and Redpoint model pages on salsacycles.com for full product spec and pricing information. We look forward to seeing out on the trails!

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