If you're suffering from a slipping seatpost, Surly has the remedy. The Constrictor Seatpost Clamp grabs your post tight and hangs on for dear life. It's machined from anodized aluminum billet, uses an 8mm bolt for ultimate strength, and can accommodate a rear cantilever brake hanger.
The Surly Jethro Tule rocks. It's made from tough, polished stainless steel and sports dual-purpose functionality. One end is the 15mm offset box end wrench you need to take your wheels off. While the other end provides stellar leverage and a bottle opener! That's two of the tools you need, in your pocket, all the time.
Surly's Hip Flask holds six ounces of your favorite beverage. It's made of stainless steel not glass, so it's better. 'Nuff said.
If you've got rear-facing horizontal dropouts and you don't want your chain to slip when your rear wheel pulls forward, then Surly's got you covered. The Tuggnut is made from investment-cast stainless steel and it'll hold your wheel in place. Plus, it comes with an adapter for quick release axles and features an integrated bottle opener.
Just as versatile as the bike it was named for, Surly's Cross-Check tee seamlessly transitions from the bike to the bar to whatever else the night holds. Made from 100% Peruvian cotton, you know it's comfortable, and it has a longer cut for better coverage when you're cruising on your bike.
Stainless steel cage mounts to standard water bottle mounts For flasks measuring 3-1/2" x 4-1/2" Stainless steel 143g
$70.00 - $82.00
Turn your geared bike into a singlespeed machine with Surly's Singleator. The Singleator mounts to your derailleur hanger and provides a smooth, quiet and adjustable means of tensioning the excess chain slack on any bike. It's made from strong forged steel and features a triple-sealed spring, large-cog capacity, chain guides, fully-adjustable chain line, floating pulley, and a stainless-steel pivot bushing. And, it works with both BMX and standard chains.
$190.00 - $200.00
Most of you don’t need the cargo capacity to land a helicopter on your rack. Sometimes, all you want to do is grab a sixer from the beer store on the way home, or pick up a nice bouquet of flowers. For whatever the situation dictates, Surly offers the 8-Pack Rack. Made from the same tubular cromoly steel as their front and rear touring racks, the 8-Pack Rack is a solid pedestal upon which you may rest a handlebar bag, grocery bag, minaudiere, satchel…or whatever you use to carry your bowling ball around. The 8-Pack Rack attaches to most forks with mid-blade and crown eyelets. It uses stainless steel hardware and has the characteristic durability, versatility, and repairability all Surly products are known for. The 8-Pack Rack has lots of barrel braze-ons, so you can customize your cargo tie-downs…or just bolt on as many lights as you can possibly find. It’s rated to carry up to 30lbs (13.6 kg) and comes in black or silver.
This expedition-worthy rack is made from 4130 chromoly, so it's tough, light and easily repairable in the field. It's also height-adjustable, so you can get your center of gravity as low as possible for a stable ride. The provided stainless steel hardware enables you to attach your rack to virtually any frame with 26-inch, 700c and 29-inch wheels. And, it hauls up to 80 pounds of gear and is powder-coated to protect it from the elements.
Surly Racks are well-thought-out, durable, expedition-worthy racks that work with most panniers. While our racks aren’t limited solely to heavy duty touring, that is what they were designed for. Repairability should be a consideration for any product that will be used in every extreme, which is why the main body of our Racks is made of tubular CroMoly steel. In the rare instance that the Rack breaks, you should be able to find, even in the most remote regions of planet Earth, somebody to TIG, MIG, stickweld, braze or solder a Surly Rack back together. An aluminum rack won’t afford you the same luxury. The Racks’ hardware is stainless steel. Our height-adjustable front Rack is a lowrider/highrider design. Panniers mounted in the lowrider position provide a more stable ride, but can be a burden when riding rocky or rutted roads and trails. The upper rails provide an alternate pannier mounting position for these types of conditions. The platform above the wheel provides extra space to lash on more stuff. The front Rack mounts directly to forks equipped with a midblade eyelet, located approximately 165mm from the dropout eyelet. This is a standard eyelet location found on many touring-specific forks, including our Long Haul Trucker fork. We also provide hardware to securely mount a Surly Rack on forks that do not have a midblade eyelet…which means you can mount it on almost any rigid fork, providing there is nothing in the way. The rear Rack is also height-adjustable, enabling it to fit a wide variety wheel sizes while allowing you to move its center of gravity as low as possible for a more stable ride. Its wide platform has plenty of room for rack trunks, sleeping bags, tents, boxes of lima beans, or small cages full of hamsters. The stainless steel hardware we provide will enable you to fit them to most rigid 26" and 700c frames, and to forks equipped with drum, caliper, or cantilever brakes. Disc brakes and suspension are generally not compatible with our rear Racks, though there is an increasing number of frames designed to allow the use of racks and disc brakes. Our front and rear racks WILL work with disc brakes on our Troll, Ogre, and Disc Trucker frames. This is accomplished by moving the rear caliper inside the rear triangle. That's a good thing - even if it does limit you to a 160mm rotor back there. The front rack will also work on these frames. It may take a bit of work to get clearance around the front caliper since the many different calipers out there are many different shapes. Generally, you'll need to throw a washer or three behind the lower left bolt where the plate attaches to the fork dropout. You may also have to grind or hacksaw a bit of the lower left plate to make things fit. There are three bolts that attach the plate to the rack. If you have to drop that down to two, you're still ok. Color: Black or Silver Front Rack specifications: Tubing diameter: 10mm Platform dimensions: 230 x 170mm Weight: 1382g Rear Rack specifications: Tubing diameter: 10mm Platform dimensions: 310 x 150mm Weight: 1260g
If you like to ride useful bikes, racks make a lot of sense. Surly's 24-Pack Rack ups the useable cargo space on your bike, providing more real estate for more stuff: more beer, more food, more random bits from the hardware store, more whatever. It’s manufactured from cromoly tubing and uses stainless steel hardware. And it offers height adjustability, so you can keep your cargo close to the ground and stable. It has plenty of braze-ons, too, so you can customize how you secure your cargo…or just light your bike up like the space station. The 24-Pack Rack attaches to most forks that feature mid-blade and crown eyelets. It gives you a stable, rigid assembly upon which you might place your burden. No one likes a sweaty back and a sore bottom, so take your stuff out of that messenger bag and put it on the front of your bike. The 24-Pack Rack is rated to carry 30lbs (13.6kg) and comes in black or silver.
The Surly 1x1 fork is the go-to option if you're looking for an affordable and strong rigid fork. A compliant ride courtesy of triple butted fork legs is paired to wide tire compatibility (up to a 2.7!) for a smooth ride. Fully constructed from 4130 chromoly tubing and powdercoated black, this fork will last for a long time.
$1,799.99 $2,700.00 33% Savings
The Surly Cross Check is designed to supply a comfortable but lively ride. The tubing is CroMoly steel, high quality drawn tubing built to Surly's demanding specifications. It’s built to work with components of popular sizes, meaning you can find options in tons of new and old parts. It will accommodate a wide range of crank types and chainring sizes. It’s got accommodations for racks and fenders front and rear. Because it takes those big tires, so you can outfit it to suit where and how you’ll use it. It’s a cyclocross bike by design but that’s not how most people use it. It does as good a job getting you across the country as it does getting you across town. This bike comes from Surly built with a Shimano drivetrain, and traditional bar-end Shifters. Tektro linear-pull brakes provide ample stopping power, so you can cruise without fear!
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