Is is equipped with disc brakes and dynamo lightning. Gearing is a Shimergo setup.
Things to do:
- Shorten steerer
Come up with idea for nice dynamo wire routing on fork leg
Change saddle to something comfier
PeterBL wrote:You are right about the appeal of US frame sets - they have quite a nice selection over there and unfortunately not all are available in Europe without being overpriced, but Surly have a good presence. And yes, it is going to serve as a commuter/tourer/gravel bike.
PH wrote:Looking good. I'd add - fit long mudflaps to your to do list. A group ride at the weekend was a reminder of just what a difference they make, my bike was almost spotless compared to some of the others.
old_windbag wrote:[quote="PeterBL" I think Surly is one company within a much bigger cycle manufacturer that owns a few brands( all-city being another )
RickH wrote:andrew_s wrote:A long rear mudflap keeps the bloke behind, and his bike, clean.
And you've also found a use for the other half of the hot water bottle!
scottg wrote:Surly is part of Quality Bicycle Parts, the biggest supplier to bike shops in the States.
All City, Foundry, Whiskey Parts, Salsa, Problem Solvers and others are all QBP brands.