Salsa first 29'er hardtail, the frame uses a sloping top tube to allow for more standover height wich can be a problem with 29'er frames. The geometry is spot on and the frame is available in Small, Medium, Large, and X-Large. The frame features standard rear dropouts, minus the derailleur hanger, and an eccentric bottom bracket shell. The Eccentric allows you to tension the chain for single-speed use and adjust your bottom bracket height slightly for different riding conditions. The frame and fork both have enough clearance to run 29 x 2.3" tires, Bikeman likes the WTB ExciWolf 2.3" tire up front on his rigid 29'er...
One of the most exciting frame introductions of the season. A perfect match of material, design and function. Simple yet elegant... Ride and Smile!
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