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    wow, that bikes looks like so much fun!

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    I can see everyone owning two fat bikes one 5" for float full rigid and this thing for everything else.

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    Re: Salsa Cycles BUCKSAW FS Fat Bike

    I'm glad they went with a reasonable tire/rim size instead of taking the size queen route. Nates on Marge Lites are great for the trail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ultraspontane View Post
    I'm glad they went with a reasonable tire/rim size instead of taking the size queen route. Nates on Marge Lites are great for the trail.
    Agreed, for this bike the 3.8's seem like the way to go. Lots of fun, still fat, but fast. Dannngit I really want to ride one of these but will probably never get the chance. Maybe at a group ride, but too rich for my blood. This thing is seriously a stable-killer... and with all the tire options available now. Bike porn right here.

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    If this could be run 29+ ... wowzer.

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    How many new bikes in 3 years is too many? I don't know that my wife would have the same answer I would. I bet if I painted it the same color as a previous bike she would never know.

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    the great thing is that it's a great suspension design, too. Not only are they one of the first, they didn't half-ass it either.

    Not sure I'm in the market for such a beast, but they really couldn't have done a better job for this niche.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonshonda View Post
    How many new bikes in 3 years is too many? I don't know that my wife would have the same answer I would. I bet if I painted it the same color as a previous bike she would never know.
    Rent a storage shed and HIDE IT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by duggus View Post
    Rent a storage shed and HIDE IT!
    i possess such a shed

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    lol classic
    I have specifically not upgraded anything major (aside from forks) on the bike since I bought it....just for this opportunity.
    Who-ever has a frame-only option first is going to get my cash Salsa, 11nine, or...?....

    Quote Originally Posted by jonshonda View Post
    How many new bikes in 3 years is too many? I don't know that my wife would have the same answer I would. I bet if I painted it the same color as a previous bike she would never know.
    Riding.....

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    Man I am missing my nap time, this is all just to exciting!!

    What is really cool is the lack of bickering!!
    And I love beer!!

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    Salsa Cycles BUCKSAW FS Fat Bike

    Will the proto be at sea otter? If so, can someone weight it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdundee View Post
    Man I am missing my nap time, this is all just to exciting!!

    What is really cool is the lack of bickering!!
    Just wait, the WalGoose-steppers will be over to complain about the price any minute.
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    It looks great and I know I am in the minority but I will wait till next year when they widen out the stays.

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    Total weight?
    Geometry chart?
    Frame only option? Price?
    Frame weight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdundee View Post
    Man I am missing my nap time, this is all just to exciting!!

    What is really cool is the lack of bickering!!
    Amen to that

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcappy View Post
    It looks great and I know I am in the minority but I will wait till next year when they widen out the stays.
    Look what happens in gcappy's kitchen!!


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    I really happy Salsa came out with this bike and I hope it sells well. I have had a 6" travel FS fatty for over 3 years and it is really great in the dirt or when there is wet rocks and roots out here on the east coast. Not the best at everything but the best all around bike I own for every condition. Plus it is a blast on the down hills, it just eats up everything.

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    bravo bravo bravo, well done Salsa. Should be able to run the bigger tire in front maby. 27.5+ would be an awesome summer option too.
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    Fat bike suspension to bring peace to the forums.....who'da thunk it?



    Today is a good day! I am taking the fatty out for a ride to celebrate!

    Quote Originally Posted by bdundee View Post
    Man I am missing my nap time, this is all just to exciting!!

    What is really cool is the lack of bickering!!
    Riding.....

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    That frame would look nice with a set of 50mm carbon hoops wrapped in 27.5 x 3.25 rubber.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandwich View Post
    the great thing is that it's a great suspension design, too. Not only are they one of the first, they didn't half-ass it either.

    Not sure I'm in the market for such a beast, but they really couldn't have done a better job for this niche.
    exactly, spot on as the brits say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonshonda View Post
    Look what happens in gcappy's kitchen!!


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    How did you get past my dogs for that picture?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcappy View Post
    How did you get past my dogs for that picture?
    fed them the cat

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