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Surly: Steel Still Rules
Surly Bicycles has a solid reputation for producing high-quality steel frames and parts designed with versatility and utilitarian uses in mind. But what makes them a great bike company goes well beyond tangible attributes of the products. Surly's unique philosophy on what a bicycle should be has created a buzz in the bike community and it makes people excited again about riding their bikes through the subway, through the mountain trails and through the high plains of South America and beyond.
We share many common goals with Surly as we all value utility, functionality and quality over trends. More importantly, we don't follow the masses and prefer to think outside the box. In fact, Surly awarded us the very first upside-down Gabe Kaplan head as a result of an inside joke (we told them we wanted something other than pirate flags to call out outstanding dealers). We sure got our wish!
We keep all sizes of Surly Long Haul Trucker in stock on the sales floor. You will also find Cross Check, Karate Monkey, Troll and many Surly parts/accessories at our shop. Please visit us for more info.
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All Surly frames are made of cromoly steel. We like steel for a lot of reasons. Foremost among them is the ride quality a well designed steel frame delivers. It doesn't hurt that steel is relatively inexpensive, or that it is more easily repaired than aluminum, carbon fiber, or titanium. You'll probably never need to have the frame repaired, but if you do you're more likely to find someone who can weld steel than someone who can weld ti or aluminum. Repair carbon fiber? Good luck with that.
Versatility and Utility
Surly bicycles are known for multi-tasking capabilities. The Troll is the greatest example of how one bike can take on so many different duties and yet performs each one extremely well. Some of the features include fender eyelets, disc and rim brake mounts, both the frame and fork are equipped with mounts for front and rear racks, rear-load dropouts with a derailleur hanger, dedicated area for anchoring a Rohloff hub OEM2 axle plate, and they've even included threaded holes in the thick plate material for installing Surly trailer-mounting nuts. This bike can be set up as a mountain bike, a commuter, a touring bike, or a bike that hauls stuff around. You get the idea.
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Surly Long Haul Trucker Touring Bike
The Long Haul Trucker was designed to go the distance and then some, in relative comfort, while carrying you and your gear to wherever and for however long the trip it might be. Like all Surly frames, LHT is made of cromoly steel for the superior ride quality and ease of maintenance. Its low bottom bracket and long chainstays provide comfort, stability, and ample heel clearance when carrying packed panniers. The frame's tubing is beefed up to support heavy weight of the cargo. And it's got braze-ons for everything you're likely to need, from racks to water bottle cages to spare spokes.
We keep all sizes in stock and every Long Haul Trucker purchase comes with a full complimentary fitting and interview for proper touring frame sizing and fit. We can customize the bike with various options of handlebars, brakes, rims and more to your specific needs. More info.
Surly Krampus 29+ Mountain Bike
So Krampus rolls fast, holds speed, corners like it's on rails, etc. At this point you may be thinking, "Wha? Surly make race bike?" Well no, not exactly. It's still a Surly...durable, slightly overbuilt. It does exceedingly well rolling over all kinds of stuff, things you'd normally think you'd need suspension to tangle with. Krampus lives somewhere between bushwhacking, speed racing, and back lot dirt track riding, and all this makes it just plain fun to ride. More info.
Surly Pugsley Fat Bike
By now you know that Pugsley was created to go where standard "all terrain" bikes flounder. The floatation and traction afforded by large-volume, low-pressure tires can get you over and through otherwise unrideable terrain...sand, mud, wet rocks and roots, ice and many kinds of snow. The Pugsley frame has 135mm-spaced horizontal rear-loading dropouts with a derailleur hanger. This means you can set it up with a derailleured drivetrain or an internally-geared hub. Run it with a singlespeed freewheel or a fixed cog. You have lots of drivetrain choices. More info.