Salsa Cycles Fargo Ti 29er Hardtail
Product DescriptionThe Fargo Ti is our titanium, drop-bar, off-road adventure bike. First introduced in 2008, the steel Fargo has developed a cult of adoring fans. Now available in titanium, the Fargo Ti continues the legacy of being a bicycling anomaly: a disc brake only, drop bar mountain bike designed for off-road touring. Now suspension-corrected for 80mm travel forks, the Fargo lets the user choose whether to run rigid or with front suspension. Drop bars provide multiple hand positions for long days on singletrack, path, or roadway. A full compliment of braze-ons on the frame and fork allow for both front and rear racks and fenders. The chainstay-mounted disc brake mount is conveniently tucked out of the way, eliminating accessory mounting interference. Load as much or as little gear as you choose for your next adventure.
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