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Salsa Pony Rustler GX 2 x 10

Salsa Pony Rustler GX 2 x 10

2016

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$2,899.00
$3,499.00
Charcoal Gray
Medium
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2016 Salsa Pony Rustler GX 2 x 10

The “big” little brother of Salsa's 29er Horsethief, Pony Rustler features the same “any singletrack trail in the world” capability, but takes a more aggressive approach with the ground-clawing, inspirational stability of 27.5 x 3.0" tires. Mix this footprint with 148 x 12mm axle spacing, short and agile chainstays, and BOOST crankset specifications, and you’re dressed to impress while you bust new moves on the high mountain dance floor.

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    Specification Description
    Frame Pony Rustler 6066-T6 aluminum, 148 x 12mm thru-axle, 120mm-travel
    Fork Fox FLOAT 34 Performance, 27.5+, 110 x 15mm thru-axle, 130mm-travel
    Rear Shock Fox FLOAT performance
    Rims/Wheels WTB Scraper i45, 27.5+, tubeless
    Hubs SRAM MTH 716/746 BOOST
    Spokes DT Swiss Champion, straight, black
    Tires WTB Bridger, 27.5 x 3", tubeless
    Crankset SRAM GX BOOST
    Chainrings 22-34t
    Front Derailleur SRAM GX
    Rear Derailleur SRAM GX Type 2
    Rear Cogs SRAM, 10-speed: 10-42
    Shifters SRAM GX
    Handlebars Salsa Rustler 3, 750mm
    Tape/Grips Salsa Backcountry lock-on
    Stem Salsa Guide
    Brake Levers SRAM Guide R
    Brakes SRAM Guide R, SRAM Centerline 180mm rotors
    Saddle WTB Volt Comp
    Seatpost Truvativ T20, 0mm offset

    * Subject to change without notice.

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    Charcoal Gray / Medium 00657993059029 BK6126
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    Pros

    • 29er compatible 
    • Boost 
    • Split pivot 
    • Tire compliance 
    • Traction 

    Cons

    • New 
    • Weight 

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    Pros

    • boost
    • tire compliance
    • split pivot
    • traction
    • 29er compatible

    Cons

    • weight
    • new

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      Bikes seemed to be designed around ultra thin people. I'm heavy for a cyclist at around 200 lbs. The consequence is that little 2.3 inch tire don't grip enough for me. The 3.0 inch tires on this have plenty of grip and are compliant around small rocks and roots. On most dirt surfaces they roll better than 29er wheels and I am faster on this bike than I am on the 29er Horsetheif. Because plus bikes are new there are something that you need to be aware of. First, it comes with the light version of the brigder 3.0. I would replace them with the tough version. The stiffer sidewalls eliminate any vagueness the bike has. Second, you need to know you tire pressure with .25 psi precision. A change that small can be felt, A .5 psi drop could start the bike bobbing, get a low pressure tire gauge. Third, you need to set tire pressure before you do suspension setup. Get the pressure as low as possible but not so low that the bike is bobbing with suspension locked out. Then set up suspension. I found I went with a slightly higher suspension pressure and had to adjust the damping quite a bit to get suspension working correctly. The plus tires interact with the suspension, when setup well you can damp-out all the bad behavior people complain about. If not, the bike will bob and squirm like a prize fighter.

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