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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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Tim a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: December 31, 2014

Strengths:    Good clean welds. Paint is strong and resistant. Nice little details. Good component build. Geometry is dialed for a comfortable and efficient snow bike.

Weaknesses:    Bike has a slight pull to one side due to the type of lacing of spokes on rear wheel. Doesn't affect braking but can be irritating. Think its off - set lacing so you can run a single speed. I thought the flat handle bar they chose for the bike was a poor choice and put on a bar with more rise and sweep. Why are we selling winter bikes, that most likely will be rode in salt without a chain guard - this should be standard ?

Bottom Line:   
Surly is not new to fat bikes and this is why I went with them. I heard, and it is true they have dialed in the perfect angles and build specs for a snow bike. Good build of components and reasonable price. I was expecting bike to be heavier than it was but it was quite reasonable for a snow bike. Climbs well on snow covered packed trails.

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Favorite Trail:   Swine Flu

Duration Product Used:   1 month

Price Paid:    $2200.00

Purchased At:   Favorit Cycles

Similar Products Used:   None.

Bike Setup:   Put a surely rack on it with Blackburn trunk bag to carry winter supplies.Got rid of the flat bar and put on a race face with a slight rise and the ergon GS2 cork to avoid frozen fingers.

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Pug Ops with Tubeless Clown Shoe and Big Fat Larry

Hi everyone. I am new here, so yell at me if I am doing anything wrong with posting here. Yesterday I put a Clown Shoe/BFL on the front of my 2014 Pug Ops, and thought I would share the images here, since I have not been able to locate any on the net (only Necromancers with the Clown Show/BFL). The ... Read More »

Building on a pug ops frame?

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Cogburn for nonhunter??? Or Pug Ops???

Heard my LBS had some considerable markdowns on fatties. Was looking for a smaller bike for wife & son to share. Now considering getting a Cogburn or Pug Ops for me & a smaller Pug frame for my much upgraded Cooker specs. Thoughts on Cogburn?Read More »

Pugsley & Pug Ops build help needed (shifting)

I'm planning to buy Pugsley or Pug Ops frameset and I would like to use my old 3x8 [URL=""]SRT600[/URL] gripshifts on the build. These gripshifts work with Shimano derailleurs only I think. I would like to have 3x8 or 2x8 setup. Is it possible to make this work? I have no ... Read More »

Ordering Online a Pug Ops - Size?

Tricky stuff but i have no other option.... Im 5'10" / 31' inseam and im between 18" & 20". I think i would go for size 20 since Reach/Stack and Effective TT are kinda matching my MTB geometry, but im worried bout its standover clearance that seems to not "fit". What size are you riding ? thoughts ... Read More »

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