Review of Salsa Marrakesh

Review of Salsa MarrakeshSalsa Marrakesh is a heavy-duty steel touring bicycle capable of long-term worldwide touring, expeditions, and exploration. Everything about it screams function and durability. Marrakesh is Salsa’s dedicated touring bicycle. It is the only model in Salsa’s lineup that’s truly designed to haul heavy weights and do long miles while fully loaded. If you’re planning to... Read More »

Review of Salsa Cutthroat

Review of Salsa CutthroatSalsa Cutthroat is a heavy-duty gravel/MTB adventure bike inspired by the Tour Divide. It’s the ultimate lightweight carbon bikepacking rig for those who ride long distances and want to do it as fast as possible. Cutthroat was made to be everything Salsa bikes are and more—lightweight, modern, practical, and as capable as gravel bicycles get.... Read More »

Review of Salsa Warroad

Review of Salsa WarroadPositioned as an endurance road offering that also performs when the road disappears, the Salsa Warroad range is a great example of brands widening their horizons to current riding trends. Without attaching the ‘gravel’ tag directly to the bike, and sticking with ‘80% road, 20% whatever’, Salsa has effectively kept customers open to a bike... Read More »

Review of Salsa Horsethief

Review of Salsa HorsethiefSalsa Horsethief is a lineup of carbon and aluminum full-suspension mountain bikes. With 140mm front and 120mm rear Fox and RockShox suspension, it is the perfect choice for a wide variety of riders and applications. Salsa is well-known in the mountain biking world for developing mid-range and high-end trail bikes with unique features that stand... Read More »

Salsa Fargo Rival 1 & Salsa Fargo GX 29er

Salsa Fargo Rival 1 & Salsa Fargo GX 29erThe Salsa Fargo Rival 1 and Salsa Fargo GX are a mixture of a mountain bike, travel bike, and even a fat bike, so they are able to make many different types of riders happy. This time we’re reviewing two drop bar mountain bikes perfect for anyone who likes exploring and traveling on gravel roads... Read More »