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    Salsa Spring Sale

    SPRING SPECIAL!

    Cover Any Terrain: SPRING SPECIAL! | Salsa Cycles

    We’re ushering in the warm weather riding season with a Spring Special on selected bikes and frames!

    Complete bikes in this sale include specific Bucksaws, Mukluks, and Colossals. Framesets include specific Blackborow, Bucksaw, and Mukluk.

    Spring Special prices are as follows!

    Full Bikes:

    2016 Salsa Bucksaw Carbon Bike / Orange Red $4500

    2016 Salsa Bucksaw X01 Bike / Transparent Blue $2999

    2016 Salsa Bucksaw GX1 Bike / Black $2295

    2016 Salsa Mukluk Front Sus GX1 Bike / Black $1999

    2016 Salsa Colossal Apex Bike/ White $1350

    Frames:

    2016 Salsa Bucksaw Carbon Frame / Orange Red $1499

    2016 Salsa Mukluk Rigid Frameset / Black $599

    2016 Salsa Blackborow Rigid Frameset / Green $650

    Head to your local authorized Salsa Dealer and take advantage of these deals while supplies last!
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    Didn't they used to have a Ti version of the Warbird?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc View Post
    Didn't they used to have a Ti version of the Warbird?
    They used to have a Ti Vaya. Not sure about the Warbird.

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    OMG!! Ti IS MAKING A COMEBACK! lol

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    There won't be an announcement at the Sea Otter Classic.

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    Salsa has some really smart designs for practical bikes.

    They don't say much about what tubes they use though as far as I could see. So I gotta wonder if they are just another Surly with nicer paint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay Strongbow View Post
    Salsa has some really smart designs for practical bikes.

    They don't say much about what tubes they use though as far as I could see. So I gotta wonder if they are just another Surly with nicer paint.
    Some, they specify steel blends...many they don't. Their Marrakesh for example is 4130 CroMo.


    And, yes, both Surly and Salsa were bought out...and are QBP brands (Like Foundry, All-City, and Whiskey). Salsa and Surly around the same time, 1997/1998.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc View Post
    Some, they specify steel blends...many they don't. Their Marrakesh for example is 4130 CroMo.

    I saw that. As far as I know though 4130 CroMo is a generic term that just describes the type of steel and does't say anything about wall thickness, butting ect.

    Although I've only heard good things about their bikes from people who own them so maybe it doesn't matter and design trumps tube quality.

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    I'm told that the new 425 Ti alloy is easier to work. Maybe it'll usher in a new era of titanium bikes?

    Yes, 4130 is just a designation for the alloy; it doesn't say anything about the construction of the tubing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlazingPedals View Post
    I'm told that the new 425 Ti alloy is easier to work. Maybe it'll usher in a new era of titanium bikes?

    Yes, 4130 is just a designation for the alloy; it doesn't say anything about the construction of the tubing.
    Hadn't heard of 425 before.

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