Salsa introduces new EXP Series Hardtail and Fat Bike framepacks

New EXP Series Framepacks From Salsa Have Arrived!

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Salsa EXP Fat Bike Frame Pack

EXP Series Framepacks are build for mile after awesome mile of abuse and adventure.

Salsa is a company known for pushing limits of where bicycles can go and adventures taken on them. Whether you’re on a fat bike or a hardtail, Salsa has you and your gear covered with new EXP Series Framepacks. These framepacks allow you to take more on your bike and get off the grid ASAP.

The EXP Series Framepacks create storage capacity in the main triangle of your frame, keeping weight centered, and gear out of the way of off-road obstacles. They’re built with extremely durable fabric and zippers, ready to see you through many miles, and many adventures.

Salsa EXP Frame Back Profile

New EXP bags are designed for both hardtail and fatbike frames.

EXP Series Framepacks are designed to perfectly fit our frames and their intended uses. For example, the FAT Framepacks have more width and volume to better accommodate bulkier cold weather riding gear and clothing, or extra supplies for the types of off-the-grid environments you and your fatbike might explore. Our HT Framepacks fit within the profile of the frame’s tubes to aid in twisty singletrack maneuverability.

Salsa EXP Frame Bag

FAT Framepacks have more width and volume to better accommodate bulkier cold weather riding gear and clothing.

Transform your bike and your rides with EXP Series Framepacks! Bring extra clothing, food, and gear, and stay outside longer. Far more than just another bike accessory, framepacks present greater opportunities for awesome experiences.

Salsa EXP Frame Bag Top

HT Framepacks fit within the profile of the frame’s tubes to aid in twisty singletrack maneuverability.

MSRP USA is $149 and is available now at your local bike shop via distributor Quality Bicycle Product.

For more information, visit salsacycles.com.

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About the author: Jordan Villella

Jordan comes from the steep streets of Pittsburgh PA, where he learned to dodge cars and rip single track. He has been involved in nearly every aspect of the cycling industry: from turning wrenches, store design, clothing production and bike park creation. Jordan spends his free time racing cross country and cyclocross around North America, though he has been know to enduro every now and then. His love of cycling is only second to his love of his family and punk rock.


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