Surly Straggler in good shape.
Frame: 100% Surly Chromoly tubing. E.D. Coated. TIG-welded. Double-butted main triangle.
Fork: 100% Surly Chromoly steel. Disc only, lugged and brazed. Sloping crown with threaded eyelets, tapered and butted curved blades with mid-blade rack eyelets, dual dropout eyelets.
Headset: Cane Creek 40, 1-1/8"
Bottom Bracket: SRAM GXP
Rear Derailleur: SRAM Apex 1x11
Crank: SRAM FC Apex
Pedals: Sold separately
Shifters: SRAM Apex 1x11
Casette: SunRace CSMS7, 11–42t, 11-speed
Brake Levers: SRAM Apex
Brakes: SRAM Avid BB7 Road, 160mm rotors
Front Wheel: Alex Adventurer 2, tubeless ready
Rear Wheel: Alex Adventurer 2, tubeless ready
Front Tire: Surly Knard 650B x 41mm, 33 tpi
Rear Tire: Surly Knard 650B x 41mm, 33 tpi
Front Rim: Alex Adventurer 2, tubeless ready
Rear Rim: Alex Adventurer 2, tubeless ready
Front Hub: Novatec, 6 bolt Disc, 32H, QR
Rear Hub: Novatec, 6 bolt Disc, 32H, QR
Saddle: WTB Volt 142
Stem: 31.8mm, 4-bolt
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