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With huge carrying capacity via abundant braze-ons, and space for 4 full-size panniers, the Salsa Blackborow GX Eagle fat bike makes those "it sure would be awesome to" expeditions feasible.

  • Features

    • Perfect for long trips when resupplies are few and far between, or when you want to incorporate backcountry skiing, fishing, trailbuilding or camping into your journey
    • 6066-T6 aluminum frame has better strength and fatigue characteristics than 6061 and 7000-series aluminums, allowing for a strong, light frame
    • Rooted in the same established fat-bike geometry as the Mukluk and Beargrease models; even when fully (and sensibly) loaded, the bike feels well balanced
    • 27.5 x 3.8 in. wheel and tire size, with the ability to accommodate multiple other wheel and tire sizes
    • Salsa Kingpin carbon fork features lowrider rack-mounts and dual sets of Three-Pack bosses on each leg to mount bottle cages or Anything Cages (rack, accessories not included)
    • Suspension-fork compatible
    • Full-length internal housing cable routing
    • Frame accommodates internal routing for a dropper post (not included)
    • Rear rack included, with a capacity of 110 lbs. of cargo; can fit up to 4 standard panniers (sold separately)
    • Multiple accessory frame mounts—3 bottle mounts per frame (S/T front, S/T back, D/T) and 2 accessory mounts per frame (D/T bottom side, T/T top side)
    • Salsa EXP series frame packs, top-tube bags and the Anything Cradle (all sold separately) fit the Blackborow straight away
    • Pedals not included; specs and images are subject to change

    Imported.

    Free Adjustment Period:
    New bikes go through a normal break-in period, after which they should be readjusted. All bicycles sold at REI include free adjustments for one year after purchase date—as many times as you need. Included: derailleur and brake adjustments, lateral wheel truing, hub and headset bearing adjustments, tire inflation and chain lubrication. Not included: replacement or installation of new components or accessories, any other services. Call your local REI Co-op Bike Shop for more information.
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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Mountain Biking

    Bikepacking

    Mountain Bike Style

    Trail

    Bike Frame Material

    Aluminum

    Frame

    Blackborow, Mid-Wheelbase

    Fork

    Kingpin Carbon

    Bike Suspension

    No Suspension

    Crankset

    SRAM GX Eagle DUB, 30T

    Shifters

    SRAM GX Eagle

    Rear Derailleur

    SRAM GX Eagle

    Rear Cogs

    SRAM XG 1275 Eagle 10-50t

    Number of Gears

    12 gear(s)

    Brake Type

    Mechanical Disc Brake

    Brakes

    Hayes MX Comp Mechanical, 180mm Rotor, Avid FR-5 Lever

    Rims

    SUN Ringle Muleft SL 80 26" x 80mm

    Front Hub

    SUN Ringle SRC 150mm Hub

    Rear Hub

    SUN Ringle SRC 197mm Hub

    Wheel Size

    27.5 inches

    Tires

    Maxxis Minion FBF Front and FBR Rear, 27.5 x 3.8 in., 60 tpi

    Tire Width

    3.8 inches

    Handlebar Shape

    Flat Bar

    Handlebar

    Salsa Salt Flat

    Stem

    Salsa Guide Trail

    Seat Post

    Salsa Guide

    Saddle

    WTB Volt Sport

    Pedals

    Not included

    Headset

    Cane Creek 40

    Chain

    SRAM Eagle

    Weight

    Unavailable

    Bike Weight

    Bike weight is based on median size, as sold, or the average of two median sizes.

    Gender

    Unisex

  • Size Chart

    S M L
    Height Range 168 - 175cm 175 - 183cm 183 - 190cm
    Reach 396.8 424 451.1
    Stack 599.1 608.4 617.7
    Effective Top Tube 580 610 640
    Seat Tube Center-Top 457 457 508
    Standover Height 704 737 763
    Head Tube Length 110 120 130
    Head Tube Angle (degrees) 69 69 69
    Seat Tube Angle (degrees) 73 73 73
    Wheelbase 1305.6 1336.4 1367.1
    Chainstay 650 650 650
    Fork Offset 51 51 51

    Sizing Notes

    Measurements are stated in millimeters unless otherwise indicated

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