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Salsa Journeyman

Part commuter, part bikepacking rig, part dad-mobile. Bikepacking pack list: https://trailpo.st/pack/2060

Salsa Journeyman

Salsa Fantail

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
FSA Tempo Adventure

RaceFace Chester

Wide range 9-speed / RaceFace narrow wide 38T / Wolf Tooth chainring bolts / microSHIFT Advent 11-42

microSHIFT Advent

Jones H-Loop SG Riser / Redshift ShockStop

Brooks B17 Imperial / Whiskey No. 7 Carbon

TRP Spyre & TRP rotors / Claris levers

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
DT Swiss G1800 / 370 series hubs / Teravail Sparwood LS Tubeless 27.5 x 2.1

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
DT Swiss G1800 / 370 series hubs / Teravail Sparwood LS Tubeless 27.5 x 2.1

Revelate Designs Ranger XL frame bag, Terrapin 14L seat pack, Sweetroll medium handlebar bag, gas tank, feed bag, Specialized Pizza Rack, Wald 137 basket, Porcelain Rocket basket bag, Swift Industries Sidekick.

Added by andrewfarison. Last updated 23 days ago.



kentuckycycling says:

Nice looking setup! How hard was it to mount the Specialized Pizza Rack on the Journeyman? And does that mean that you can't use the hex bolts on the front forks for anything else? (It looks like you are using the middle of the three bolts on each side of the fork, but I can't tell if the top of the rack is attached somewhere or not.
I'm also curious to know about your basket and how it attaches. Thanks!

Posted 13 days ago


andrewfarison says:

Hey there! Thanks! :D Mounting the pizza rack was very straightforward, each triangle attaches to the middle fork braze-ons and then the fork crown eyelet. You’re right, with the rack attached I can’t really see how you’d utilize either of the other two fork mounts unfortunately. The basket is a classic Wald 137, and it’s attached using zip ties! Makes for a simple and very secure setup, I’ve done some really rough trails and never had any issues, although I do of course have to occasionally retighten the bolts attaching the rack to the bike.

Posted 13 days ago