Address
260 Waymouth Street, Adelaide
South Australia, 5000
(look for the little green warehouse!)
Opening Hours
Monday to Friday - 8:30am to 6pm
Saturday * - 10am to 3pm
* Closed public holiday weekends
Telephone us 08 8410 9499

NB: BMCR will be closed from Friday for the Easter weekend, re-opening Tuesday, April 22.

Who are Salsa?

The Salsa crew love their bikes, their trails, and their beer, possibly in that order. Their bikes are practical, interesting, and designed by people passionate about the industry. (Plus they used to have hidden salsa recipes in their website until they redesigned it. But we forgive them 'cause their bikes are so nice.)

Range

$6700 Salsa Colossal Ti 2014 small.jpg model Click image to view

Model: Colossal Ti (2014)

The Colossal Ti is Salsa's top-of-the-line all-day roadie. Comfortable without being lazy and fast without being aggressive, the Colossal will let you eat up the miles on the road and discover the world around you. Its beautiful titanium frame matches with a super-light carbon fork, while the disc brakes will also mean you can stop regardless of the weather. Get gone! (But leave a note, so people don't worry.)  

  • Titanium frame, carbon fork
  • Can take two or three bottle cages (depending on frame size)
  • 700C wheels
  • Full spec list here
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Model: Colossal 2 (2014)

If you love the idea of the Colossal's all-day road power but aren't into titanium (or your wallet isn't), then the Colossal 2 offers you the same geometry and fork but with a steel frame to absorb the road vibrations.  

  • CroMoly steel frame, carbon fork
  • Can take two or three bottle cages (depending on frame size)
  • 700C wheels
  • Full spec list here
$2700 Salsa Vaya 2 2014 small.jpg model Click image to view

Model: Vaya 2 (2014)

Want to do some road riding? Maybe some touring? Possibly some commuting? Perhaps some gravel-roading? The Vaya is your answer. This is what Salsa call their 'road adventure bike' – we call it their 'do-everything bike'. Starting with a lovely CroMoly frame (you know how we love the steel), the Vaya can take racks front and rear, mud guards, three water bottle cages, and fat tyres. It's built to carry loads, so it's never twitchy, even when covered in bags and panniers. Perfect! 

  • CroMoly steel frame and fork
  • Can take mud guards, racks and three bottle cages
  • Generous tyre clearance
  • Full spec list here
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Model: Vaya 3 (2014)

Like the Vaya 2, the Vaya 3 will take you on any road adventure you want, courtesy of its lovely steel frame and many lugs. The 3 drops the spec down from 105 to Sora plus a different wheelset to make it more affordable.   

  • CroMoly steel frame and fork
  • Can take mud guards, racks and three bottle cages
  • Generous tyre clearance
  • Full spec list here
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Model: Fargo 2 (2014)

The Fargo is an oddment; a drop-bar disc-brake 29er mountain bike just made for touring and off-road adventure-ing. If you're looking for a bike that can handle just about any trail you can throw at it, this is it! The 2014 version has been updated to include Alternator dropouts so you can run it geared, singlespeed, thru-axle or with a Rohloff. Noice.

  • CroMoly steel frame, carbon fork
  • Can take a 100mm suspension fork
  • Can take racks, mud guards and five water bottles
  • Generous tyre clearance
  • Full spec list here
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Model: Fargo 3 (2014)

The Fargo 3 has the same frame as the Fargo 2, but a lower spec plus a steel fork to take the price down. Ta-da!

  • CroMoly steel frame and fork
  • Can take a 100mm suspension fork
  • Can take racks, mud guards and five water bottles
  • Generous tyre clearance
  • Full spec list here
$2350 Salsa Warbird 3 2014 small.jpg model Click image to view

Model: Warbird 3 (2014)

The Warbird is Salsa's premier gravel-racer. With disc brakes for crazy stopping power and excellent mud clearance so you don't get bogged down, this is a fast, lightweight bike perfect for tackling cyclocross or anything where you want to go fast on unstable surfaces. Because you are a crazy person.

  • Aluminium frame, carbon fork
  • Can take 3 bottle cages
  • Full spec list here
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Model: El Mariachi Single Speed (2014)

Looking for a do-everything kind of 29er? Even one you can race on? Then the El Mariachi is for you. CroMoly steel smooths out the bumps in the road, and the 2014 singlespeed version has been updated with shortened chainstays to make it even nippier on the tracks. 

  • CroMoly steel frame and fork
  • Can take a 100mm suspension fork
  • Can take 1 or 2 bottle cages, depending on frame size
  • Generous tyre clearance
  • Full spec list here
$4450 Salsa Spearfish 3 2014 small.jpg model Click image to view

Model: Spearfish 3 (2014)

Totally redesigned to incorporate Salsa's new Split Pivot rear suspension design, the 2014 Spearfish is designed for ultra-endurance racing and riding. Whether you're tackling an enduro or just want to spend alllllll day on the trails, this 29er will keep you comfy in the saddle for as long as you want, even when you get to that can-barely-pedal-where's-the-beer stage of tiredness. 

  • Aluminium frame
  • 100mm travel forks
  • 80mm rear travel
  • Can use tapered or standard 1 1/8 forks
  • Full spec list here
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Model: Horsethief 2 (2014)

Like the Spearfish, the Horsethief has also had a full redesign for 2014. Now incorporating Split Pivot suspension technology, the Horsethief will take you on any trail, anywhere in the world. It lives for the descents - the more rugged, the better. If you should get a chance to do something like the Megavalanche (take us with you!), this is the bike for you.

  • Aluminium frame
  • Compatible with 120-130mm travel forks
  • 120mm rear travel
  • Landscape-taming aggressive riding position
  • Can use tapered or standard 1 1/8 forks
  • Full spec list here
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Model: Beargrease Carbon (2014)

If you're intrigued by the fatbike concept but want something lighter and faster, the Beargrease is your jam. It's carbon, it's agile, it's elegant, and it will take you pretty much anywhere. The 2014 version has updated geometry with a more compact rear end for aggressive riders, but still has the stablility and nimbleness that made the previous version a world-wide sell-out. (The good kind of sell-out, not the bad kind.)

  • Carbon frame and fork
  • Can take two water bottles
  • Generous tyre clearance
  • Full spec list here
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Model: Mukluk 2 (2014)

True to fatbike form, the Mukluk will go anywhere. Sand, snow (if you can find some in this wide brown land of ours), forests, it will eat any terrain you throw at it. It can take a rear rack, a bucketload of bottle cages, and you can also run a dropper post, should you wish for extra adjustability. Plus you can run it single speed, if you're hardcore.

  • Aluminium frame and fork
  • Can be run geared or single speed
  • Can take 4 or 5 bottle cages, depending on frame size
  • Can take a rear rack
  • Full spec list here
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Model: Mukluk 3 (2014)

Like the Mukluk 2, the Mukluk 3 will go anywhere, and with anything you want. The difference? A slightly lower spec brings the price point down. Don't worry; you can still run it single speed if you want to.

  • Aluminium frame and fork
  • Can be run geared or single speed
  • Can take 4 or 5 bottle cages, depending on frame size
  • Can take a rear rack
  • Full spec list here