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Salsa Warbird Carbon Ultegra Di2 700
$5,399.00
Warbird is Salsa's gravel race bike, designed to provide smooth performance on the roughest surfaces. It was built off years of experience racing in some of the nation’s premier gravel events like the Almanzo 100, Dirty Kanza 200, and 340-mile Trans Iowa. Carbon frame and fork deliver Salsa’s Class 5 Vibration Reduction System to smooth out gravel’s often relentless chatter. The 700c Ultegra Di2 build takes the speed and efficiency of 700 x 40c Maxxis Rambler tires on DT Swiss CR 1600 wheels, and mates them to the incredible Shimano Ultegra Di2 2x10-speed drivetrain that combines the perfect cadence achievable by a 2x11 gearbox with the unflinching, perfect shifting you only get from Di2. Keep your cool and a double handful of control on the descents with the Warbird’s Ultegra hydraulic disc brakes that offer the kind of power normally reserved for bikes with fatter rubber and flatter bars. With front and rear thru-axles and rock-solid WTB and carbon Salsa cockpit components, the Warbird Ultegra Di2 is ready for as many dusty miles on end as you care to grind out.
Salsa Cutthroat Force 1
$4,699.00
Cutthroat brings speed to the mixed surface, ultra-endurance bikepacking race scene. Every aspect was designed to obliterate long-distance cycling route records. An evolutionary leap in all-road bikes, Cutthroat lets you ride long, hard, and fast in comfort. The full-carbon frame and fork deliver race-winning efficiency and offer Salsa’s Class 5 Vibration Reduction System to reduce energy-robbing trail chatter. The DT Swiss CR 1600 wheels and Maxxis Ikon tires fly on fire roads and stand up to hours-on-end punishment, all while keeping rolling resistance and rotating weight down so you can keep pushing. The Cutthroat’s SRAM Force 1x11 drivetrain with carbon crank offers secure, streamlined efficiency with a wide gear range shifted by SRAM’s crisp DoubleTap shifting to maintain speed and momentum in widely variable terrain. And, Force hydraulic disc brakes deliver ruthless stopping power with precise modulation and a lightweight design; everything you want in a race-ready braking system.
Salsa Beargrease Carbon GX Eagle
$3,899.00
Beargrease is Salsa's carbon hotrod fat bike, designed to convert strength and determination into speed. The super light chassis and the sure-footed rollover of 27.5 x 4 wheels and tires reinforce Beargrease’s objective; to keep you in the express lane wherever you’re headed. Point your front wheel towards the start line of a race on groomed snow or singletrack, challenge yourself on an overnight bikepacking trip, or just get your trail riding on. Sun Ringle Mulefut rims are shod with Maxxis tires for sure-footed traction wherever your path leads. The Beargrease ditches the double chainring for a super-wide SRAM GX Eagle 1x12 drivetrain. And SRAM Guide R brakes keep the fun under control.
Salsa Cutthroat Rival 1
$3,699.00
Cutthroat brings speed to the mixed surface, ultra-endurance bikepacking race scene. Every aspect was designed to obliterate long-distance cycling route records. An evolutionary leap in all-road bikes, Cutthroat lets you ride long, hard, and fast in comfort. The full-carbon frame and fork deliver race-winning efficiency and offer Salsa’s Class 5 Vibration Reduction System to reduce energy-robbing trail chatter. The DT Swiss C 1800 wheels and Maxxis Ikon tires fly on fire roads and stand up to hours-on-end punishment, all while keeping rolling resistance and rotating weight down so you can keep pushing. The Cutthroat’s SRAM Rival 1x11 drivetrain offers secure, streamlined efficiency with a wide gear range shifted by SRAM’s crisp DoubleTap shifting to maintain speed and momentum in widely variable terrain. And, Rival hydraulic disc brakes deliver ruthless stopping power with precise modulation and a lightweight design; everything you want in a race-ready braking system.
Salsa Warbird Carbon 105 700
$3,399.00
Warbird is Salsa's gravel race bike, designed to provide smooth performance on the roughest surfaces. It was built off years of experience racing in some of the nation’s premier gravel events like the Almanzo 100, Dirty Kanza 200, and 340-mile Trans Iowa. Carbon frame and fork deliver Salsa’s Class 5 Vibration Reduction System to smooth out gravel’s often relentless chatter. The 700c 105 build takes the speed and efficiency of 700 x 40c Maxxis Rambler tires on DT Swiss C 1800 wheels, and mates them to a workhorse Shimano 105 2x10-speed drivetrain that opens the door to hill-dominated landscapes. Keep your cool and a double handful of control on the descents with the Warbird’s 105 hydraulic disc brakes that offer the kind of power normally reserved for bikes with fatter rubber and flatter bars. With front and rear thru-axles and rock-solid Salsa and WTB cockpit components, the Warbird 105 is ready for as many dusty miles on end as you care to grind out.
Salsa Cutthroat Apex 1 SUS
$3,199.00
Cutthroat brings speed to the mixed surface, ultra-endurance bikepacking race scene. Every aspect was designed to obliterate long-distance cycling route records. An evolutionary leap in all-road bikes, Cutthroat lets you ride long, hard, and fast in comfort. The full-carbon frame delivers race-winning efficiency and offers Salsa’s Class 5 Vibration Reduction System to reduce energy-robbing trail chatter. Salsa added a RockShox Reba 100mm fork to reduce arm fatigue and expand the already capable Cutthroat’s gamut of performance. The WTB i23 rims and Maxxis Ikon tires fly on fire roads and stand up to hours-on-end punishment, all while keeping rolling resistance and rotating weight down so you can keep pushing. The Cutthroat’s SRAM Apex 1x11 drivetrain offers secure, streamlined efficiency with a wide gear range shifted by SRAM’s crisp DoubleTap shifting to maintain speed and momentum in widely variable terrain. And, Tektro Spyre C disc brakes deliver excellent stopping power with a lightweight design and quick field serviceability for emergency adjustments and repairs anywhere with minimal downtime.
Salsa Mukluk Carbon NX Eagle
$2,999.00
Mukluk is Salsa's most versatile fat bike, offering the most flotation on soft surfaces and designed to excel in the wide variety of riding conditions that fat bikers face. Whether you’re methodically attempting a first route in the Northwest Territories or chasing sunlight in Moab, Mukluk can do it all. Sun Ringle rims and fat Maxxis tires float over the rough stuff and the snow alike. The 1x12 SRAM NX Eagle drivetrain is the ticket to hill-topping low gears and ripping fast descents while the SRAM Guide T disc brakes keep the fun under control.
Salsa Cutthroat Apex 1
$2,899.00
Cutthroat brings speed to the mixed surface, ultra-endurance bikepacking race scene. Every aspect was designed to obliterate long-distance cycling route records. An evolutionary leap in all-road bikes, Cutthroat lets you ride long, hard, and fast in comfort. The full-carbon frame and fork deliver race-winning efficiency and offer Salsa’s Class 5 Vibration Reduction System to reduce energy-robbing trail chatter. The WTB i23 rims and Maxxis Ikon tires fly on fire roads and stand up to hours-on-end punishment, all while keeping rolling resistance and rotating weight down so you can keep pushing. The Cutthroat’s SRAM Apex 1x11 drivetrain offers secure, streamlined efficiency with a wide gear range shifted by SRAM’s crisp DoubleTap shifting to maintain speed and momentum in widely variable terrain. And, Tektro Spyre C disc brakes deliver excellent stopping power with a lightweight design and quick field serviceability for emergency adjustments and repairs anywhere with minimal downtime.
Salsa Beargrease Carbon Deore
$2,299.00
Beargrease is Salsa's carbon hotrod fat bike, designed to convert strength and determination into speed. The super light chassis and the sure-footed rollover of 27.5 x 4 wheels and tires reinforce Beargrease’s objective; to keep you in the express lane wherever you’re headed. Point your front wheel towards the start line of a race on groomed snow or singletrack, challenge yourself on an overnight bikepacking trip, or just get your trail riding on. The Beargrease keeps things fast and grippy on a pair of Maxxis tires and Sun Ringle Mulefut rims. Shimano's Deore drivetrain components are a benchmark of reliability and easy use, no matter what the trail ahead looks like. Grab a fistful of SRAM's Level brakes and powerslide across the finish line in style.
Salsa Mukluk Deore
$1,899.00
Mukluk is our most versatile fat bike, offering the most flotation on soft surfaces and designed to excel in the wide variety of riding conditions that fat bikers face. Whether you’re methodically attempting a first route in the Northwest Territories or chasing sunlight in Moab, Mukluk can do it all. Maxxis Minion tires on Sun Ringle Mulefut rims chew up mud, roots, sand, or snow and keep you riding high. Built around Shimano Deore shifting components and a RaceFace direct-mount crank the Mukluk has the gears and the get-up-and-go to take you into uncharted territory. SRAM Level disc brakes join the party for sure-stopping power and control.
Voile HyperCharger Skis
$795.00
Though the Charger name has been a part of the Voile ski-line since 2011, the new Voile HyperCharger has evolved into something quite different than what was released years ago. What this latest iteration brings, first and foremost is: significantly reduced weight when compared to the Voile SuperCharger. This is accomplished by starting at the core. We’ve switched from Aspen to Paulownia for the HyperCharger. The strength to weight ratio of Paulownia is renowned, but it is a bit softer than Aspen. So, to compensate for that while still maintaining the weight savings—we’ve doubled the amount of Carbon Fiber in the lay-up, and re-enforced the binding mounts. The HyperCharger width has minimal taper from the shovel to the tail, and a longer running length (when compared to the Voile V8) that give it strong edging capability to tackle steep terrain. While the generous width and Early-Rise Camber profile provide exceptional float—even in the deepest, lightest, snow. There is a fine line between weight savings and performance. The Voile HyperCharger rides that line as nicely as it dices narrow couloirs, rips wide-open aprons and dances through powder-filled tree lines—you know—really, really, well.
Voile Objective BC Skis
$695.00
Inspired by skimo racing, the latest members of our ski family place an emphasis on fast ascents and long-distance travel. They reside somewhere between our WSP and UltraVector skis. Witness the new Voilé Objective. Equally at home atop The Haute Route or on a long jaunt in The Catskills, these skis are light enough to go the distance and stiff enough to hold an edge on boilerplate. They won’t exactly shine in deep powder, but many an East Coast skier will likely press them into service at their local ski resort. And as for the Voilé Traction Pattern Base, you already know the deal with that, right? *The Traction Pattern base does not eliminate the need to carry skins.
Voile SuperCharger Skis
$695.00
Attention details maniacs, over-discriminators and general malcontents: Your ski has just arrived. To remain a contender in the backcountry ski category, we at Voilé have learned two valuable lessons. (1) Never rest on your laurels. (2) Never think that minuscule tweaks in any ski’s design will not alter its performance. Introducing the Voilé SuperCharger. Now, before you think it’s an even-stiffer and more-aggressive version of our original Charger, think again, because the SuperCharger is absolutely none of those things. In fact, it’s a ski probably more akin to our venerable V8. Except that it’s not quite as fat. And has a slimmer waist. As well as a wider, hard-working tail. Oh, and a more-subdued version of our signature “Voilé Hybrid Rocker.” You can expect it to stick and hold a well-carved turn, yet weave through tight trees and rocks with ease. It’s definitely not a ski for riding switch, but it may be our best ski ever for the bumps. (Did we just say that?) And, of course, it wouldn’t bear our quirky name if it couldn’t hold it’s own in powder. So, for skiers on either coast, and all points in-between, this might be the ideal ski. For skiers who enjoy making a variety of turn shapes and sizes in an even-larger variety of terrain and snow conditions, so much the better. And for skiers who just want to work a bit less while tearing up the hill, ditto that, too. The all-new SuperCharger. Far from just a blend, it’s true varietal. And one grown right here in Utah, USA.
Voile UltraVector BC Skis
$695.00
The Voile UltraVector BC is bred for demanding terrain and uncertain conditions, making it the ideal ski for longer backcountry forays. It can flick through trees as well as hold an edge on the diciest slopes, thanks in part to its softened flex and deeper sidecut. Its relatively narrow dimensions shave weight, and help it carve those turns in even tighter locations. It's insanely light at 6lbs per pair, and (in keeping with the Vector's tradition) the UltraVector BC includes a Traction Pattern Base. Now the adventurous backcountry skier can trek further into the hinterland than ever before—especially when a long approach over rolling terrain is required. *The Traction Pattern base does not eliminate the need to carry skins.
Voile V6 BC Skis
$695.00
Never a slave to orthodoxy, Voilé Manufacturing has always been on the forefront of creative thinking and unusual ideas to help improve the backcountry skiing experience. So when we asked ourselves how we might further modify the already-marvelous, incredibly-versatile V6, the answer seemed obvious: Take it fishing. And that’s exactly what we did—not for trout, bass or crappie—but by adding fish-like scales to its base, a feature we’ve dubbed the “Voilé Traction-Pattern Base.” The Voilé V6 BC represents Voilé’s third foray into the domain of scaled-base skis, as preceded by the Vector BC and Charger BC. Admittedly, such skis are not for everyone or every variety of slope. That said, for the backcountry skier who must continually make long approaches over undulating terrain, the V6 BC’s can be a welcome godsend. Does the V6 BC replace the need to carry skins? No, definitely not. Is there are a compromise in downhill glide on lesser slopes? Yes, and we’re sorry, but earplugs are not included. Thanks to the same lightweight Aspen core and carbon-fiber construction as the V6, as well as our signature Voilé Hybrid Rocker, the V6 BC will still impress when skiing steeper downhill pitches. And who’s gonna argue with the tedium of applying and removing skins too often?
Voile Women's SuperCharger Skis
$695.00
In a world where women’s skis are often just tweaked men’s skis, the Supercharger was an exception—the women’s version came first. The idea came from discussions and feedback from our female customers, who wanted a more playful, faster turning ski that could still handle the big mountain terrain they loved. And so the Women's Supercharger began to take shape. A flat tail, tightened turning radius, and a rounder flex mean more responsive, intuitive turns. Meaning it’s fast in tight, technical terrain, but still holds its own when carving big bowl turns or carving hardpack. And with a detuned version of our hybrid rocker, it blows through crud and floats like a powder god (or powder goddess, as it were).
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