New for 2007,, we introduce the Casseroll, our most versatile road bike ever. With a grocery list of features and possibilities, it's the perfect solution for asphalt-slaying role-playing.
So what is Casseroll? Well, it's a road bike with real road bike geometry, not a cross bike or hybrid bike. It's definitely not about road racing though. Casseroll is about road riding, whether for commuting fitness, or looking at the scenery. Casseroll is the dish. You pour in the ingredients, stir it up, and ride.
Build Casseroll to be your perfect commuter. Or go for a daylong adventure down that road you've seen, but never ridden. Run it with flat bars or drops...hmmm, maybe a mustache bar? Add a rear rack and fenders. Or just throw on a 40 x 16 and call it good.
Ok so I just ordered a 2012 casseroll off of ebay, brand new complete bike. Super excited as I've heard such rave reviews on the bike. My question is in regards to the dropouts and wheel slippage. So I've seen people say get some nice shimano QRs and you're set, then guys reply and say they have the ... Read More »
Hi, I just joined the forum and am posting the first of my two steel bike builds (I have a Marinoni that's still in pieces until the frame comes in)
Here's my new Casseroll built up at Phat Moose Cycles in Ottawa, Canada:
It features a Campy Centaur 06 drivetrain (compact, ultra-torque), Re ... Read More »
I like my new Salsa Casseroll singlespeed. I moved my Brooks Finnesse saddle and Speedplay Drilluim pedals over put on my Banana bag. Tomorrow I will add brown wrap and soon a White Industries freewheel and Jack Brown tires and I'll be ready to roll. It's a 2010 ginger beer color which is a nice col ... Read More »
I've been on the hunt for a new bike for the past several months. I'm 30 something woman-- new to cycling and am interested in doing some scenic rides, getting around town a bit, and maybe light credit card touring down the road. Aesthetically, I'm drawn to traditional geometry, vintage ... Read More »