Surly Steamroller 2009

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    The Steamroller got a fresh paintjob, black parts, and black graphics this year. We think it’s pretty snazzy. Paint and decals don’t make a bike ride well, though, and the reason this bike continues to be popular is because it is a well-built, durable bike that goes fast and rides smooth. Designed as a singlespeed street bike, it’s as fine an urban trawler as you will find. We offer it as a fixed gear because that’s what it was designed to do (well before fixies became popular, we might add). We include a front brake because having a brake is a good idea. If you want to add a rear brake you can, just be warned there are no rear housing stops.

    Fork: Surly Steamroller
    Headset: Ritchey Logic Comp
    Stem: Kalloy
    Handlebars: PMT
    Handlebar wrap: Co-Union Cork Mix
    Brake Levers: Tektro RL570
    Brake: Tektro R356
    Crankset: Andel
    Pedals: NOT INCLUDED
    Bottom Bracket: Sugino
    Seatpost: Kalloy - SP-248D
    Seatpost Clamp: Surly Stainless
    Saddle: WTB SST
    Cog: Surly fixed gear
    Chain: SRAM
    Hubs: Surly
    Spokes: DT Swiss
    Rims: Alex DA-13
    Tires: Maxxis Detonator
    Tubes: Cheng Shin


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