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For stock details, see: https://surlybikes.com/uploads/downloads/MY_2016_SURLY_Catalog.pdf This is the beast of do-it-all biking! Snow, mud, sand, you name it. The frame has tons of mounts for bikepacking, etc. The stock tires were replaced with 26x4 45NRTH VanHelgas, set up tubeless with MilKit valves designed in Switzerland. There is a second wheelset made from WTB Scraper i45 29" Plus TCS rims (32h Black), with DT Swiss 350 Big Ride hubs, and Maxxis Minion DHF/DHR II 29x3 tires (120TPI) set tubeless with MilKit valves - great for singletrack and faster riding. I also have a set of lightly used Maxxis Chronicle 29x3 tires (120TPI), great for when less friction is preferred. The skewers were replaced with Paul Component quick release thru axle skewers for easy wheel changes. The post was upgraded to a KS LEV dropper with 125mm of travel, which was recently serviced by KS. It is activated by a button near the left brake lever. Finally, I'm including the Rogue Panda custom-made double decker frame bag, which can take a water bladder in the top zipper. The pictured top frame bag (black) is not included.
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Dec 28, 2019 at 19:54Dec 28, 2019
Dec 28, 2019 at 19:53Dec 28, 2019
This world-class touring bike was custom made by Philly-based renowned artist Stephen Bilenky -- https://www.bilenky.com/#! It was built as a 26" steel bike for the ultimate serviceability around the world (including LatAm and Africa) and has clearance for 2.1" tires. It's been abroad but I am not living up to its potential, so I am hoping someone will take it further than I have. This the bike waiting for a BIG TOUR to happen! Fillet-brazed from Columbus Zona steel tubing, the bike has S&S couplers for packing into an airline legal case (not included). If you've never seen these, you need to look them up. They allow you to travel with the bike without the extra fees and, importantly, without worrying about damage to your bike. It takes a bit of mechanical skill to disassemble and reassemble the bike, but it's not difficult once you've learned it. Surprisingly perhaps, the frame is stronger with the couplers than without, and you could just ride it as is without ever taking it apart. The bottom bracket shell is set up to accept an eccentric bottom bracket in case you wish to install a Rohloff gear hub down the road. The rear stays have mounts for a disc brake install, if you prefer that to the current canti brakes front and back. The triple crankset is French, by Specialites TA (Carmina/Zephyr), and the Shimano cassette is a mountain 11-36 model, so you can lug anything pretty much up any kind of hill. The wheels are made tough with 36 spokes on Salsa Gordo rims for a bullet proof setup. The tires are gently used Panaracer Pasela Tourguard 26x1.75" and I have a third brand new tire that I will include with the bike. The bike comes with two sets of mudguards, one black and the other silver. I have a like-new Brooks 17 saddle that I am also willing to include. The pictured racks and panniers are not included, but I am happy to discuss if you like them. This bike is special, but I feel keeping it unused is worse than parting with it. It will serve you well.
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Dec 28, 2019 at 18:58Dec 28, 2019
https://www.jamisbikes.com/16_pdf/16_roughneck.pdf This UNISEX BIKE was bought new and barely used by my wife while living out East. The mountains are steeper on the West Coast and she hasn't used it since we moved here. We've priced it to go since it's been sitting safely in storage. I set up the tires tubeless with proper tape and MilKit valves designed in Switzerland, which makes the bike even lighter than stock. I still have the tubes if you want them. I researched the market wide and deep before choosing this bike and it's probably still the best bang for your buck in the fatbike world. Components are the lasting type and it's really an easy bike to own and look after. I could see people commuting with this thing... it's equally good on pavement, gravel, sand and snow!