Surly Pug Ops Fat Bikes

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Product Description

  • Frame: Surly Pugsley, Surly 4130 CroMoly steel. Main triangle double butted. TIG-welded
  • Fork: Surly Moonlander, 135mm O.L.D., non-offset. 4130 CroMoly. TIG-welded. 1-1/8" threadless steer tube, uncut
  • Crankset: Surly OD, Offset Double, 36/22
  • Bottom Bracket: Surly Enduro with sleeve, external, Cormoly, for 100mm shell
  • Chain: KMC x10RB, It busts rust!

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Difference between Necromancer and Pug Ops?

Hi . . . I'm getting a fat bike this fall and one of the options is the "new" Pug Ops in that cool green. Not being super knowledgeable on components can someone please tell me the difference between the Necromancer and the Pug Ops. ThanksRead More »

Pug ops vs Pug vs Necromancer Weight

In the market for a fat bike. I realize weight is not a major factor on a fat bike, but if one is significantly lighter than the other and makes riding more enjoyable then I would probably factor that in. My lbs weighed their 2013 Pug (med frame) in front of me and it weighed 33 pounds and change. T ... Read More »

Black ops pug

well its a week into owning the most fun two wheeler i have ever had:D. i have made a few changes, some for personel preferance of components and looks and some to improve traction. these include BFL's front and rear, the back one running backwards for better grip, both at 8 psi (cheers saltyman ... Read More »

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