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Summary of Reviews
We have read all expert and user reviews on the Salsa Cutthroat. In summary, this is what cyclists think.
13 reasons to buy
- Reviewers say that the Cutthroat easily tackles the toughest gravel trails.
- Experts appreciate the bike’s ultra-endurance-friendly geometry.
- The stock tires are 29" x 2.2". The frame has clearance for tires up to 29" x 2.4".
- Riders say Salsa's Class 5 Vibration Reduction System absorbs chatter well.
- The Cutthroat’s carbon frame has routing for a dropper seatpost.
- Experts and owners appreciate the number of mounting points on the frame and fork (over 20).
- The Cutthroat can fit up to five water bottles on the 54-60cm frames (four bottles on the 52cm frame).
- Abrasion-resistant plates on the frame and fork offer protection against wear from mud and debris.
- Riders appreciate the flexibility for customization, such as the ability to personalize wheels or add front suspension.
- The Cutthroat is available in 1x11-speed, 1x12-speed, and 2x11-speed build options.
- Riders praise the comfort and control offered by the stock Zoom DR handlebars.
- The Cutthroat is rear rack compatible, making it suitable for bicycle touring or commuting.
- Salsa offers a five-year warranty for the frame, three years for the fork, and two years on most other components.
2 reasons not to buy
- Experts critique the BB92 press-fit bottom bracket which has a tendency to creak. They would prefer to see a threaded bottom bracket.
- Several owners feel the Cutthroat C GRX 600 1x11-speed drivetrain has inadequate gearing range.