Salsa Journeyer Advent 700c



The Salsa Journeyer Advent 700c is a gravel adventure bike that meets the needs of new and experienced riders alike. We designed the all-new aluminum frame and Fantail aluminum fork around comfortable and confident geometry for a nice ride on challenging gravel roads and rough city streets alike. Set it up however you like with rack and fender mounts, Three-Pack mounts on the fork, top tube and accessory mounts, and water bottle mounts — perfect for long gravel days, bikepacking outings, or commutes. The 700c x 38 mm wheels and tires blend rolling speed with traction, and MicroSHIFT’s superb Advent 1 x 9 components are as reliable as anything else out there. Meet your new gravel adventure bike.

Salsa Cycles is an American bicycle brand based in Bloomington, Minnesota. The company produces touring, mountain, road, and gravel bicycles, as well as bicycle components. The Salsa Cycles brand, along with its sister brands Surly Bikes and All-City Cycles, is owned by the Bloomington-based Quality Bicycle Products. After years of riding and racing gravel roads on modified cyclocross bikes, we knew we could build a better bike for the gravel experience. That led us to Warbird, the industry’s first gravel race bike and a machine that helped usher in one of cycling’s biggest movements. But we didn’t stop there. We’ve spent nearly a decade using our experience to build a world-class gravel and road bike lineup. We also make mountain bikes for trail lovers of all types. Some of you will use them for mind-boggling technical feats. Some of you will use them to reach your favorite campsites. Some of you will race them until your legs fall off. Others will experience their first strip of singletrack on them. We built these for all of you. Because that ride you’re about to go on? It’s an adventure, and that’s kind of our thing.

Don’t forget to test ride the Salsa Journeyer Advent 700c at Lititz Bikeworks today!

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Pearl White

Bike Frame Size - Centimeters

49, 51, 53, 55, 57

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