If you ever looked at miles of mostly unrideable landscape and thought, "hmmm, I wish I could ride over that," then Surly's Moonlander is the perfect frameset for building your ultimate bike. Surly handcrafts this fine frame and fork with reliable, great-riding butted chromoly and provides the clearances for 26-inch wheels with up to humongously wide 4.7-inch tires. You also get frame reinforcements in all the right places and all the braze-ons and details needed so that you can handcraft your dream fat bike.
Wednesday is a frame with a decade of Surly's Omniterra design experience distilled into one steel package. Wednesday can ride over the same type of pretty much anything all of their other Omniterra bikes can, but they borrowed elements from both their Trail and Touring categories to create an Omniterra ride that can truly handle anything you want to attempt. Want to point the thing down a mountain and roll those dice? Wednesday has geometry spry enough to get you through the techy stuff, stable enough for the fast stuff, and doesn’t feel sluggish when you have to ride back to the top. It also has the chops for any sort of expedition you may want to undertake. It has plenty of bottle mounts; triple bottle bosses on both fork legs and the down tube; standard bottle mounts on the seat tube and underside of the down tube; plus rack mounts on the frame and fork and fender eyelets on the dropouts, along with barrel bosses on the crown, fork legs and mid-blade, thru-blade eyelets on the fork as well. It also has internal dropper post routing and Surly Trip Guides to manage all the housing and cables on your frame with style. Wednesday also has its very own dropout design as well – a rear-facing, slotted dropout that can use either 10mm or 12mm axles and exit rearward or vertically. They’re cast steel and spaced at 170/177mm. Wednesday gives you a lot of options in the tire clearance category. In the full-forward, short chainstay position you can run 26 x 3.8? tires on 80mm rims and in the full-rearward, longer chainstay position you get the option of 26 x 4.6? tires on an 80mm rim. Wednesday is made out of Surly's own proprietary 4130 CroMoly steel and is ED coated for extra protection from the elements.
Few can claim to have played a bigger role in the evolution of the mountain bike than Tom Ritchey. And he's still at it. The original Timberwolf debuted in 1984 as Tom's answer to the growing demand for a mountain bike that could handle more of anything. Reborn 30 years later, the Timberwolf is a hardtail incarnation of an all-mountain trail bike that can shred anything you throw at it. Designed around 650B wheels, the Timberwolf is agile and fluid whether bushwacking the mountainside or carving single track. It's the bike you won't be able to stop riding. - Optimized for 140mm-travel fork - Geometry measured at 105mm (140mm fork with 25% sag) - Designed for use with travel-adjustable forks - Forged and machined tapered head tube—lighter than standard integrated designs - Trail specific geometry to handle a more aggressive terrain and riding - Headset: Integrated 1.5" tapered - Upper bearing: 41.8mm OD / IS42/28.6 (S.H.I.S.) - Lower bearing: 52mm OD / IS52/40 (S.H.I.S.) - Rear dropout convertible between 142 x 12mm and Standard QR versions (ships with 142 x 12 + axle) - 30.9 seat tube with internal dropper post routing - Fits tires up to 2.4" - Weight: 2410g / 5.31 lbs (S/15", frame only)
You can get the same frame that you see McCaul, Semenuk, Rheeder, all those C3 guys win on! Trek's Ticket S is the 100mm-travel slopestyle bike that's dominated Crankworx, Red Bull contests and countless video segments and web edits. Up front, this burly aluminum rig is designed around a 100mm tapered fork and out back, Trek's ABP rear suspension pivots around a stiff 142x12mm through-axle. A Fox Float shock is tuned for jumping, handling big hits, popping off lips and slashing berms with velocity. The geometry is dialed: it busts out 360 tailwhips, supermans and backflips with a tight cockpit, super-short chainstays, a slack head tube and low standover. The Ticket S can't guarantee that you'll win the local jump jam, but we can guarantee that you'll good doing it.
“Race” isn’t in your vocabulary. Nope, you’re looking for hard-hitting durability and show-stopping trickability. Ticket, reporting for duty. This lightweight aluminum frame takes abuse, session after session and keeps coming back for more. Built for a 100mm dirt jump fork, it's geometry is highly flickable, with short chainstays and a compact cockpit for a tight ride that tricks with ease. Step up your game with the Ticket DJ.
Surly's Ice Cream Truck turns up the volume on fat. With unmatched traction and float courtesy of super wide tires (up to 4.8-inches wide!), and the flickable geometry of your favorite trail bike, this fatty feels frisky, limber, and ready for action. The symmetrically spaced 190mm rear end uses Surly's Modular Dropout system for an array of rear axles choices. 197mm thru-axle? 190mm geared? Singlespeed? All equally plausible possibilities with the Ice Cream Truck. A 44mm headtube provides fork options, and the frameset ships with a suspension-corrected, 150mm fork with a 15mm thru-axle. Surly's proprietary 4130 chromoly steel and corrosion-fighting ED coating add a hefty dose of tough to this bike. Now, where do you want to ride your Ice Cream Truck?
Surly's Krampus rolls fast, holds speed, and devours corners. It's designed for 29 x 3-inch tires, offering increased traction, incredible float, huge rollover, and low-fi suspension to take your trail ride to new heights of fun. Surly built this frame and fork out of tapered and butted chromoly and gave the frame a long top tube and short chainstays, so it's playful, smooth, versatile, and durable. Boost front spacing keeps you current with the latest MTB tech, and, "Gnot Boost," rear spacing means you can run any the rear hub you want: 135 x 10 QR, 142 x 12mm, or 148 x 12mm thru axles. This frameset also offers internal dropper post routing so you're granted a license to get rowdy, which you really can't help but do on a Krampus.
If you’re like us, your bike needs will likely change by the day, week, month, or year. Surly's Ogre can get you to your job during the week, then way out of town on the weekend. The latest version of the Ogre has received some fantastic updates, including horizontal slotted dropouts with Gnot-Boost spacing, a tweaked non-suspension corrected geometry, and a beefier tire clearance — all in a 29er/27.5+ platform. Ride it any day of the week; it’s not sluggish on pavement or gravel and can also hold its own on singletrack. - Gnot-Boost spacing allows the use of 135mm QR hub, 142 x 12mm thru-axle, or 148 x 12mm Boost hubs. - Full-length Surly Trip Guide housing line guides for derailleurs and brakes - Two sets of bottle cage mounts - Disc and rim brake compatible with removable post cantilever pivots - Upper seatstay threaded barrels with mid- and low-blade fully threaded through-blade fork eyelets - Threaded holes for racks, fenders, and trailer mounting nuts - Rohloff OEM2 axle plate mounting slot - Tire clearance for 29 x 2.5” or 27.5 x 3”
Ready to ride in weather and landscapes that prevent mere mortals from following your tire tracks, Surly's Pugsley Frameset is perfect for building your ultimate do-anything, go-everywhere fat bike. Surly designs this hugely versatile frame with reliable, butted chromoly tubing that provides clearance for 26-inch wheels with up to 4-inch wide tires. You also get frame reinforcements in all the right places, plus all the braze-ons and details needed to handcraft your dream bike.
The Wednesday is the result of over a decade of Omniterra design experience distilled into one steel package. It can easily ride over or through most anything our other Omniterra bikes can and then some. With the Wednesday Frameset, Surly borrowed elements from some of their Trail and Touring models to create an Omniterra whip that can truly handle anything you want to attempt. Want to point it down the side of mountain? Go ahead, roll those dice. And if you make it to the bottom, you’ll be able to ride back to the top for round two. Wednesday’s geometry is spry enough to get you through techy stuff, stable enough for the fast stuff, and doesn’t feel sluggish on terrain-crawling stuff. While Wednesday is plenty confident on terrifying terrain, it also has the chops for any sort of expedition you may want to undertake. Surly gave it all the necessary braze-ons and mounts for whatever accoutrements you feel necessary in your travels. Racks? Front and rear, friend. Fenders? You got it. Bottle mounts? How does triple bottle bosses on both fork legs and the down tube, and two sets of standard mounts on the main triangle grab you? They even gave Wednesday internal routing for a dropper post and Surly Trip Guides to keep everything nice and neat and free of rat’s nests. In the dropout department, Wednesday uses a cast steel, rear-facing, slotted dropout that can exit either rearward or vertically. They’re compatible with either 10mm or 12mm axles and are spaced at 170/177mm.
Specialized’s Fatboy Carbon Frameset has all the fun of a fat bike with the performance of a high-end race bike. With carbon, Specialized has elevated the fat bike platform to a higher level of performance, strength, and efficiency. This svelte FACT 10m Carbon frame is fronted by a vibration-quieting carbon fork. Both ends fit massive tires to devour everything in your path. The frame features internal cable routing; ensuring that slush, sand, snow, or dirt will have no bearing on performance out on the trail. Sand? Snow? Mud? The Fatboy has an appetite for it all, so feed the beast!
Who says you can't buy speed? Or romp up ugly, technical sections? Or rip the descents like you're water flowing without a care? Getting there is easy with the proven performance of Specialized's Stumpjumper FSR Carbon 29 Frame. This carbon dream rig features 130mm of Fox Float controlled FSR travel in the rear to deliver the supreme combo of climbing efficiency and hard-charging downhill confidence. This frame is outfitted with a carbon PressFit 30 bottom bracket, a tapered headset, a 142x12mm thru-axle, and an internally-routed Specialized dropper post. And Specialized's ingenious SWAT door lets you store on-trail necessities in the down tube, because riding without a pack frees you up to charge that much harder. Here ya go, this is the centerpiece to building the ultimate trail bike for smoking your buddies up and down the trails.
When you turn Giant's ridiculously fast Anthem 27.5 frame towards the hills, you might think someone shrank them. This rocket-like aluminum trail rig boasts Giant's Maestro suspension and a Fox Float Factory shock with 100mm of travel for insane traction on the ups, and serious control on the downs. With the integrated OverDrive headset system keeping things stiff and steady up front, you'll corner with confidence even at high speeds while the convertible 135mm/142mm rear thru-axle spacing gives you even more options for lateral stiffness when you're pushing hard.
Giant's ridiculously fast Anthem Advanced 27.5 maximizes the uphills to then crush the downs! This carbon and aluminum race rig boasts Giant's Maestro suspension and a RockShox Monarch RL shock to devour rough terrain with 100mm of travel. A tapered OverDrive 2 head tube ensures a true-tracking front end for maximum cornering and downhill prowess. And of course, the Advanced-Grade Composite frame dispenses with all unnecessary weight so you build up a featherweight rig that's still tough as nails.
Keep your cool on aggressive terrain. This composite flyer delivers ripping enduro speed and performance. Built for and tested by Giant Factory Off-Road Team pros including enduro slayer Yoann Barelli, this all-mountain machine mates a lightweight, stiff and sharp-handling Advanced-grade composite mainframe with 160mm of smooth Maestro Suspension. The frame was engineered specifically for its 27.5 wheels, giving you confidence, control and speed on the roughest trails. It’s strong enough to handle aggressive terrain and efficient enough to float up steep climbs. Stable geometry, a tapered OverDrive steerer tube design and air or oil compatible shock mounts make Reign Advanced the king of enduro.
Surly has a reputation for being on the front lines of new trends and it was no different for this icon of the singlespeed world. The 1x1 Frameset boasts a custom double-butted 4130-chromoly frame that begs to be ridden hard and can accept tires up to 2.7-inches wide. The frame features disc mounting tabs for unbeatable stopping power, and further bump busting comes from the triple-butted steel fork taking the sting out of rocks, roots, potholes, you name it. Plus, you can easily add your favorite 100mm squishy fork (sold separately) thanks to the suspension-corrected geometry. The 1x1 rides like a bike, without a lot of fussin’ and fightin’. This is a frameset you keep, a frameset you use for years and years.
Say hello to Surly's rowdy, trail-shredding Instigator 2.0. The no-nonsense chromoly frame is made for charging hard and going big. It's super tough, yet handles nimbly and accelerates like mad. The heart of the bike is Surly's 26+ platform which has clearance for 50mm-wide rims and 2.75-inch tires, so you get endless traction and the rollover-action of a 27.5-inch wheel, coupled with the snappy, go-fast responsiveness of a 26-incher. The geometry is dialed for a 140mm travel suspension fork and features a long top tube and short rear end for more of the same fun. And this thing is versatile, the frame comes with dropouts for rolling singlespeed, or geared with a quick release or a 142x12mm through-axle with a Shimano direct-mount hanger.
Versatile doesn't even begin to describe the bike you can build with Surly's Ogre Frameset. It's fabricated from their signature chromoly with their tried and true 29er geometry. Load it up with racks or fenders or a trailer or all three, whatever your fancy, this frame is ready. Up front, Surly's Ogre fork is built as a suspension-corrected rigid fork with all the braze-ons under the sun. Want to build a 29er with road gearing, smooth tires, fenders and cantilever brakes? Go for it. Want disc brakes, a 100mm suspension fork, a Rohloff and fat rubber? That works too. Maybe build it up, enjoy it for a while, and then build it up with new stuff!
Off-road touring can be a zesty enterprise, but it’s not without its perils. Bicycles are simple machines that are extremely efficient, but all simple machines carry along with them the chance of breaking down. This efficiency can get you in trouble if your bike decides to break down far away from the comforts of your parent’s basement. If you’re going to ride your bicycles where no one can see, you better take gear that’s up to the task. Troll is up to the task. Surly's Troll was once a simple mountain bike frame with a few extras that made it nice for touring. The Troll has evolved into a frame that has been pushed deeper into the category of off-road touring. Its geometry is no longer suspension corrected, which gives it more room for a larger frame bag. The chainstay yoke has been redesigned to be fully compatible with 26+ tires and comes with the always-comfy Jones Loop bar. The dropouts still allow you to run disc brakes, fenders, a Rohloff hub, and racks simultaneously. It also comes with more braze-ons than you thought possible – there are four triple bottle mounts on the fork alone (don’t get excited, you can only run one Anything Cage per fork leg), as well as two more triple bottle mounts on the down tube. Troll is a bike that has one purpose – and that purpose is to carry you as far away from society as possible.
Tom Ritchey applied his 40 plus years of racing, designing and building steel mountain bikes into the P-29er. Like all Ritcheys, this bike is born to go fast without sacrificing comfort or durability. Heat-treated, triple-butted Ritchey Logic II tubing in their own unique butting profiles results in a frame that balances rough trail compliance with sprint-winning stiffness. The 29er-specific geometry was defined by the best way Tom Ritchey knows: countless hours of saddle time under Tom himself, World Cup legend Thomas Frischknect, and other racers. The result is nimble handling that captures the benefits of the big wheels, stable yet responsive, equally at home on all-day epics or tight, technical singletrack. • Ritchey forged-and-machined 1.5" tapered head tube • Fork: designed for use with 100mm travel forks • Weight: 2,150g (Size: L/19") • Bottom Bracket: 68mm English threaded
What does ECR mean? Anything you want it to. Go camping, ride the Divide Trail, disappear into the woods, and conquer any road. Surly's ECR is a super capable camping machine/trail bike that's outfitted to explore wherever you point the front wheel. Surly's favored chromoly tubing damps road buzz and provides a nimble, responsive ride. The heart of the ECR is the 29+ wheel capability, with clearance for 29 x 3.0-inch tires. Fat tires mean smooth-rolling traction, stability to spare, and a touch of suspension over the roughest terrain. On top of all that, frame eyelets galore are just waiting for racks, fenders, and whatever else to make this your pedal-powered escape pod.
Surly's World Troller Frameset is the perfect choice for building an incredible 26-inch wheeled Jack-of-all-trades. The frame and fork are built from their signature chromoly for a smooth ride and serious durability. And, what you bolt onto this sweet frame is totally up to you. Want to run it singlespeed with road gearing, smooth tires, fenders, and cantilever brakes? Go for it. Want disc brakes, a 100mm suspension fork, and racks? Do it up. How about a Rohloff rear hub and 2.5-inch downhill rubber? Sure, that works too. You might even want to build it up, ride it for a while, then reinvent it! The S&S Couplers let you break the bike down for shipping, packing, stuffing into an airplane, train, or car, and hitting the road.
The Heller Shagamaw is a 27.5+ carbon hardtail mountain bike frame that is primed to attack the trails. The sculpted carbon frame delivers stability and stiffness, with a modern, ready-for-anything geometry that encourages you to continually hunt out new gnar. The frame features a Boost 148mm rear axle and is optimized for a 1x drivetrain. Internal routing for cables, brake lines, and a dropper post keep the aesthetic clean. Designed around a 130mm-travel fork, the headtube is slack so you can attack the descents. Grab a Shagamaw and get to it!
Big Dummy is a long-tail cargo bike, which means that not only can you haul a serious amount of cargo, different accessories can be added to your Big Dummy frame and deck depending on what you want to carry. Being a dedicated single-piece frame, instead of an add-on to an existing bike, it’s stiffer and resistant to torsional flex, which provides a better ride and longer lasting frame than long-tail add-ons. Like all Surly's frames, it’s made of size specific, 4130 CroMoly steel – a tube set engineered for cargo that sports lots of little touches that you’ve come to love in a Surly, like clearance for big tires and the use of common component sizes. Figure on being able to carry about 200 pounds (90kg) of cargo. The load weight, and how it’s loaded, will affect the handling somewhat. Also, plan on using gears, especially as cargo weight increases. This may seem obvious, but as you get comfy with it, you will use your full range of gears as never before. The included Dummy Rail Collars provide a secondary retention system for the rack, as well as stiffen the rack system so you can safely carry a passenger.
Remedy is the mountain biker's mountain bike. 27.5" wheels, an aggressive geometry, and a wealth of technical features make a bike that scores tens for capability. Want to push harder? Want more travel? Need a more capable build? Remedy is your full suspension ride to the next level. Key Features - New 150mm frame optimized for Enduro and technical trails - Boost148/110: stronger wheels, more tire clearance, shorter stays - Exclusive suspension tech with ABP, Full Floater & RE:aktiv - Straight Shot stiffness, Knock Block frame defense
Trek's Slash Carbon Frame is built to dominate: the mountain, gravity, your limits, the guy with #1 on his number plate. Throw it down the most technical descents, fly back up. And win. This tough, lightweight OCLV carbon frame is designed around 27.5-inch wheels and an enduro-optimized geometry, so you can roll fast, go big, and keep progressing. A RockShox DebonAir shock and Full Floater linkage gives you a coil feel with the weight of air, while the Mino Link adjustable geometry lets you fine tune your ride. Trek's Active Braking Pivot keeps that suspension active when you're on the brakes for smooth, steady control. And, internal routing keeps all those derailleur and dropper post cables out of sight for a clean look.
On Giant's Anthem X Advanced 29er, you're a recurring character in your competitors' nightmares. This ludicrously light Advanced-Grade Composite frame makes even the steepest grades easy. And, after you crest the summit, Maestro suspension and a RockShox shock take over to dissolve trail obstacles and maximize shredding. Build it up with a 100mm fork and you've got the perfect set up to rule marathons, all-day epics, XC races and fast trail rides. It's not just race-day only, it's more than capable on steep descents and gnarly sections. Both the tapered head tube and the big BB92 bottom bracket contribute to frame stiffness, straight tracking and efficiency. It's every XC rider's dream: speed and maneuverability with 29er control and smoothness.
From world cup podiums to your local DH run. Give yourself the factory pro treatment with this lean, mean DH machine. This killer composite frameset has been developed and perfected over the years in an uncompromising quest to give Giant pros the fastest DH bike in the world. The latest version of the Glory Advanced breaks new ground in stiffness, weight and all-around performance. It features 200mm of fully active Maestro rear suspension on a superlight, stiff and strong composite mainframe. The frame geometry, engineered to optimize its 27.5 wheels, has helped deliver pros like Marcelo Gutierrez to World Cup podiums on the world’s toughest courses. It’s the lightest composite DH frame ever produced by Giant, and it’s hungry to win.
From dunes to drifts, race to recreation, Trek's Farley lets you tackle anything, any time, for any reason. Fatten up this season. This OCLV carbon frame features a wide 197mm thru-axle that allows for tires up to 5" wide. The full-carbon Haru Pro carbon fork responds immediately to your input and carves with precision. This frameset wholeheartedly embraces versatility, too. It can accommodate a 26 x 5-inch set-up as well as 27.5 x 4-inch wheels, so you can dial your ride for your style of riding.
Bring race-day tech to all-day adventure with Trek's unbelievable superbike, the Fuel EX 27.5 Carbon. This full carbon frame uses their super-efficient Full Floater and ABP rear suspension designs and hosts technology that makes every ride better: a tapered head tube, carbon armor, internal cable routing, a massive bottom bracket and extra-wide Boost hub spacing. Fox handles suspension with their 120mm-travel Float Factory EVOL Re:aktiv shock with Kashima Coating, for expert tracking while scaling the steeps or pushing deep into a corner and pinning the descents. Fuel up; you're going to need it.
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