Fixie Wheels Intended use: Urban/Fixed-gear riding Features: Lightweight fixed-gear simplicity Recommended rider weight: <180 lbs. Wheel Size: 700cWheel build details Rims: Velocity Synergy Front hub: Surly track hub (32 H) Rear hub: Surly track hub (32 H) Spokes: Sapim Laser Nipples: Sapim brass Lacing: 3x // 3x Destination: El Cerrito, CA
Blog - Tag: Surly
Tyler's monster Surly Moonlander bikepacking rigThis out of control fat bike belongs to Tyler, the newest member of the Cycle Monkey team. Tyler is never one to only go halfway, and this bike is proof.
Surly Big Dummy Rohloff cargo bikeWe recently completed a Rohloff SPEEDHUB conversion on this Surly Big Dummy cargo bike for a customer in Sacramento, CA. He wanted a bike that offered reliable around town transportation and hauling with the ability to handle off-road touring. He found a used, mostly stock Big Dummy on Craigslist and dropped it off with us to s
We built this bike for a local customer in Oakland, CA for commuting and bike packing. He had come across the Rohloff SPEEDHUB 500/14 as the ideal drivetrain for a reliable, hassle-free daily transportation bike and came to us to test ride it and discuss build options. The Surly Disc Trucker offered a value priced frame with Rohloff-specific features and disc brakes for all-weather braking performance.
We were fortunate enough to get our hands on this Surly Krampus frameset, a pair of Rabbit Hole rims, and a pair of Knard tires from the first production batch of these parts. The bike was built for a customer in Calgary, Alberta, Canada for bike-packing, including plans to ride the Tour Divide event aboard it. The 2745 mile Tour Divide is a self-supported, mostly off-road race that follows the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route along the spine of the Rocky Mountains from Banff, Alberta to Antelope Wells, New Mexico.
This custom painted Surly Big Dummy hybrid was done for a customer in San Francisco, CA who was looking for an alternative to using his car for day to day activities. The Big Dummy offered the cargo space that he needed and the Rohloff SPEEDHUB 500/14 offered wide gear range and a maintenance-free drivetrain, but getting up and over the steep hills in San Francisco was a challenge, especially with heavy loads.
This Surly Ogre is a great example of an economical Rohloff build done for a customer in Ohio. He was looking for a no-fuss bike that he could ride off-road on his local trails and also take on long-distance tours. The Rohloff SPEEDHUB 500/14 was a natural choice for the drive train. Having ridden a Big Dummy for several years, he was familiar with the quality and value of the Surly brand and looked to their new Ogre frame for his new bike.