Surly Moonlander Fat bike forks

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The Surly Moonlander fork was designed for the ultimate fat wheeled bicycles. The Moonlander fits a 4.7” tire on a 100mm rim. The 100% 4130 CroMoly fork is strong and resists flex. 100% 4130 CroMoly; custom tapered and butt...

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Stock Pug Deore hub Marge Lite Rebuilt to Moonlander Offset???

I'm sure it is possible, but does anyone know for absolute certain? A buddy might want my new stock Pug Marge Lites for summer XC single speed Moonlander wheels, which would be an excellent excuse for me to upgrade while they are new. Just want to know officially. Thanks!!!Read More »

Moonlander? Gates? Rohloff?

So I have some questions but before you get to my questions understand this. I have been living on my bike just riding Europe for just over a decade, I may speak a few of the languages pretty good but I do not speak bike, bike specs or any of that. I have not had the exposure to learn any of that in ... Read More »

Stronger freehub for Moonlander XT hub?

Hi All, I've got a '12 moonlander with a Shimano XT FH-M756A rear hub. I just had my second freehub fail on it so I'd like to find something a little stronger than the stock replacement. I'm also a little confused about which is the stock replacement. Per the shimano exploded diagram, it would be ... Read More »

Want a lower gearing for my Moonlander

Hi, all. I'm a new owner to a Surly Moonlander, just getting the virgin ride in yesterday. The first ride was a lesson, I'm too damn fat to ride this thing for the 27 miles we did...what effort compared to doing it on my Raliegh Talos. I'm extremely pleased with how it performed on stuff th ... Read More »

Turning my Moonlander into SS...

Turning my Moonlander into SS... I commute with it. Has huge tires and weighs in at 37lbs. Recommendations on the rear cog and front chainring appreciated. Thinking of going 40/18 - thoughts?Read More »

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