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  • Surly Bikes is a designer and importer of bicycles, frames, parts, and accessories based in Bloomington, Minnesota, established circa 1998. Surly is owned by and shares facilities with Quality Bicycle Products (QBP).
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surly bikes review - Surly NEW
Surly NEW rear track hub, fixed/freewheel
Surly NEW rear track hub, fixed/freewheel
Surly Track Rear Hubs with fixed/freehweel threading. One side for BMX freewheels, one for track cogs.
Standard, easily-replaceable, non-proprietary, chromoly axles
Forged and CNC-machined high-flange body
Adjustable, sealed, full-compliment angular-contact bearings; same 7901 bearings used front and rear
Cartridge bearings are installed with black seal facing out (blue side facing in towards the hub)
Accept English (1.37" x 24 tpi) singlespeed freewheels or fixed gear cogs
Threaded for track cog and lockring on one side and BMX freehweel on the other
Bolt on axle
Item Specifications
ColorSilver
Weight314g
Intended UseTrack
Hub Drilling32spokes
Rear Axle Type10x1
Cassette Body TypeThreaded, Standard,Threaded, Track
Hub/Brake CompatibilityRim Brake
Rear Wheel TypeTrack
Rear Hub Spacing120mm
Skewer IncludedNA, Bolt-On
Defined ColorSilver

76% (14)
fresh tracks in the snow
fresh tracks in the snow
Did 100 miles today down the Maumee River, temp was around 20, winds 25+, windchill was absurd. I've done some nasty rides this winter, but I think this was the toughest. Note the DIY water bottle warmers. One sock + one plastic grocery bag equals no freezing. Been getting the gear weight down. The complete setup including bike, gear, water bottles, thermos and accesories weighs about 60 lbs. Not to bad considering this is my winter setup. The actual panniers, sleeping bag and bivy only weigh about 25lbs. BTW, the more I ride these 32mm Specialized Borough CX Armadillo tires the more I love them. They're extremely fast on the road, perfect for this type of bike path and even handle unbelievable well on gravel roads for such a thin tire. My one concern is I've torn two sidewalls this winter right on the bead. Having run Armadillos for years I know the sidewall is not as tough as other Continentals tires I run, but I've started running them at 85psi instead of the max 100psi just to be safe. Will see if it happens again. Hopefully I'll have no other problems because I've searched long and hard and I've not found any tire that compares. Am thinking of trying out the 42mm version for the upcoming TransIowa ride. (Technically a race, but I refuse to admit it. ;)
*SURLY* steamroller complete bike
*SURLY* steamroller complete bike
*SURLY* steamroller complete bike BLUE LUG custom SPEC Frame: *SURLY* steamroller BLUE LUG CUSTOM PAINT Headset:*RITCHEY* comp 1 1/8" Front Wheel: *ALEX* ? *SURLY* track hub Rear Wheel: *ALEX* ? *SURLY* track hub Tire: *HUTCHINSON* piranha cx 700c?34c Crankset: *SURLY* Freewheel: *SHIMANO* Brakelever: *CANE CREEK* drop-V Pedal: *MKS* lamda Handle: *SALSA* motoace shallow Bartape: *FIZIK* microtex bartape Saddle:*BROOKS* team pro alpe d' huez (honey)

surly bikes review
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