Surly Krampus 29er Hardtail

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $1950.00


Product Description

Yet another so-called "platform"? Yikes. But wait! There's a reason: 29+ equals fun. Surly's new Krampus frame is built specifically for 29x3" tires on 50mm rims. 29+ offers fast rolling inertia with traction to spare, and even some float on loose terrain. 29+ isn't just a big wheeled version of a fat bike, it's the logically progression of a 29". Rip trails or ride where there are no trails. Do it all with a shit-eating grin. Now, more than ever, is the best time to be Surly.


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Jason a Cross Country Rider

Date Reviewed: November 24, 2013

Strengths:    29er matched with 3" wide tires can't be beat with roll over and traction
Steel frame makes an awesome ride
Shimano 1X drivetrain
Simplicity


Weaknesses:    It's a heavy machine but who cares

Bottom Line:   
One word comes to mind when throwing a leg over this monster FUN!! It's a over sized BMX bike.It changed my outlook on rigid bikes coming from a full squish 29er history I never thought they could be fun. It's a truly impressive ride, if you(everyone) have a chance to ride one DO IT!!!

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Favorite Trail:   Lippman Park

Duration Product Used:   1 month

Purchased At:   The Bicycle Doctor

Similar Products Used:   2011 Trek Rumblefish 2, 2014 Trek Remedy 29

Bike Setup:   Stock except for a 30t Race Face Narrow/Wide chainring

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