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The Salsa Timberjack is a hardtail mountain bike that’s equally at home pushing the limits on singletrack or bikepacking to places you’ve yet to discover. Timberjack features modern trail bike geometry, short chainstays for nimble scrambling, and clearance for either 29-inch or plus-size 27.5-inch tires. Timberjack NX Eagle 29 makes hard trails a heck of a lot easier. The SRAM NX Eagle groupset provides light, intuitive 1x12 gearing, while the RockShox Sektor RL fork works with the 29 x 2.6” rubber to smooth the bumps and provide traction. Timberjack’s powerful SRAM Level brakes easily tame your speed when necessary, with precise modulation that sharpens up the control so you can activate that dropper post and light up the trail.
The Firestarter Carbon Fork is Salsa's high-end, rigid bikepacking fork. This sure-tracking platform features a carbon structure and 15mm thru-axle design, and the Three-Pack mounts on the forward portion of each leg allow use of Salsa Anything Cages or extra water bottle cages. - Axle to Crown Length: 483 mm - Brake Mount (Fork): Post Mount 160 - Crown Race: 40 - Front Axle: 15mm Thru x 100mm - Wheel Mount Center Offset (mm): 0 - S.H.I.S. Stem Clamp Diameter: 28.6 - Steerer Type: Tapered - Steerer Tube Length (mm): 260 mm - Weight: 620 g - Wheel Size: 29er, 29+, 700c - Rotor Size (Fork): 200 - Maximum Tire Clearance (Fork): 3
Want to bikepack without breaking the bank? Banjo Brothers to the rescue. A huge seat-mounted pack for bikepacking and commuting - no rack required. Usable capacity between 800 cu in and 350 cu in. 800 cu in (13L) – 22 x 7 x 6.25. Can be compressed down to 350 cu in when full capacity not needed. Rigid hull inside front of bag for secure support even when bag isn’t full. Removable waterproof liner. Requires a gap between saddle rails and fender of at least 8". - Weight: 2 lbs - Dimensions: 22.0"L 7.0" H x 6.25" W - Capacity: 800 cubic inches / 13L - Removable waterproof liner. - Requires a gap between saddle rails and tire of at least 8". - Imported
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