If you are on a budget and want the best fun-to-dollar ratio - this is your bike.
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$60 / 24hrs
- Frame: Hardtail
- Front Suspension: 130mm travel
- Fork: Rockshox Yari
- Wheels: 27.5"
- Drive Train: SRAM NX1, 30t ring and 11-42t Cassette
- Handlebar: Answer 800mm alloy
- Starts at $2399 MSRP
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XS 4'11"-5' 4" 150-160cm | SM 5'4"-5'8" 163-174cm | MD 5'8"- 5'11" 174-180cm
LG 5'11"- 6'3" 180-190cm | XL 6'2"-6'6" 183-198cm
The stock KM is already capable - with a stout suspension fork, it's almost unstoppable.
With boost spacing (110mm) and torque-cap compatible lowers, there is no lack of stiffness at the front end. this thing is solid!
Sag gradients on the fork uppers make setup a breeze.
The Surly Dirt Wizard leaves zero to be desired if you are looking for aggressive traction.
No cut corners here. SRAM Level hydraulic brakes work great and keep things simple. Gool lever feel and more than enough power.
For those times when the squish is not desired, rotate the Compression damping knob, and you have a darn-near rigid fork.
The magic ingredient on this bike is the Yari suspension fork. With a similar chassis and feel to the legendary Pike, a little extra weight, and fewer adjustments, it's a perfect fit for this build.
All cables are routed externally, with the exception of the stealth dropper port.
Surly keeps the bottom bracket simple, using a threaded shell. A bottle cage mounting point under the downtube is great for gear storage.
Aluminum, three-piece cranks mean low cost and easy parts availability.
SRAM puts a steel 30t chainring on the NX cranks. Long lasting, durable, and super inexpensive to replace.
1X11 with a clutched derailleur and a 11-42 range. Pretty solid setup for most riders' needs.
A special 12X148 rear axle bolts solidly onto place, allowing you to place the rear axle in a range of positions to adjust the bike's geometry. We like it slammed forward for maximum playfulness. The sliding dropouts also allow this bike to run single speed.
3.0" tires do fit fine... Maybe even a touch bigger.
A Rockshox dropper post allows you to get rad, while multiple braze-ons allow you to attach all the accessories you'll ever need.
Surly has stepped up their game across the board with new tubing, geometry, and future-friendly features.
40mm internal width alloy rims give plenty of space to support the big tires.
Stealth dropper post routing shows that Surly is serious about accommodating the modern trail rider's needs.
Stealth dropper post routing to fit every trail rider's needs.
A roomy cockpit, with wide bars and a short stem. Plenty of leverage, stiffness, and stability.
WTB Volt saddle = can't go wrong.
The good-old Reverb button tucks neatly away under the left side of the bar. Go ahead... Push the fun button.
The 3.0" Plus tire is a generous size. The easy tubeless setup means that you can dip the pressure seriously low, and really take the edge off of bumps and impacts.