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For the love of dirt - Salsa Cassidy

Built for the biggest, boldest lines

Cassidy is Salsa’s enduro 29er with 165 mm rear and 180 mm front travel. It’s the most aggressive mountain bike in Salsa’s lineup, and a well-rounded shredder built for taking on big terrain, whether you’re hunting down harrowing descents or climbing technical trails.

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Salsa’s Most Progressive Geometry

Cassidy’s long front-center provides stability at speed while short chainstays keep it nimble in tight terrain. A moderate bottom bracket height balances stability with pedaling ability in technical terrain. Steep seat tube angles and a consistent cockpit length across all sizes preserves proper fit and pedaling position.

Outfitted for Everything

Cassidy is loaded with thoughtful storage, featuring mounts for a Salsa EXP Series Direct-Mount Top Tube Bag or K-Edge Top Tube Computer Mount, an integrated strap location on the shock mount for a spare tube, and room on the downtube for a full-size bottle and pump. Frame protection in key areas defends against trail damage.

Split Pivot Suspension System

Split Pivot isolates pedaling forces and braking forces from each other, allowing Salsa’s engineers to tune and optimize for both independently. The concentric rear axle pivot, in conjunction with precise wheel link, brake link, and control link placement, results in excellent bump compliance and pedaling efficiency, smooth and predictable braking throughout travel, and maximum traction. Cassidy’s suspension is tuned for a hard-charging and supportive feel.

Split Pivot+ Frame Design Approach

Salsa’s new Split Pivot+ design philosophy results in a frame with adaptable geometry and suspension travel. Changing suspension travel on Cassidy involves swapping the rear shock and link set, and reducing the fork's travel. We currently offer a link set to convert Cassidy to 140 mm rear travel, the same as Salsa’s Blackthorn all-mountain bike.

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