Where the road ends is the beginning of where the trail takes you. And to follow that trail to the very end requires a special breed of bike. Whether it be dirt, mud, gravel, or snow, you're traveling into Salsa's domain.
For Salsa, the destination is a formality of the journey, the endpoint for an experience. And it matters less about who you are then where it is that your adventure takes you. Salsa's passion lies in this philosophy, and this philosophy is embodied in Salsa's giving you the best bike for the task at hand. Salsa's entirety is based on this concept, and with this ideology, it continues to blur the line between recreational and impassable terrain. For ride-anywhere touring, you have the Fargo series. If you refuse to let the icy grip of winter crush your spirits, the fat-tired Mukluk is there. And even if you hold the ambition to ride the Dirty Kanza, Salsa made the Warbird specifically to test that gravel.
With a Salsa underneath you, there's simply no such thing as out of bounds. You're empowered to test your limits, just as Salsa has for decades. Constantly poking and prodding at the limits of thinkable design, Salsa has waged a quiet revolution in bike design. And it's this tongue-and-cheek, rebellious ethos that's allowed Salsa to ignore the constraints of the 'industry' in order to provide you with the perfect tool for the job at hand. Salsa explains its purpose best itself, 'adventure by bike.'