Surly Troll 2012 Forks

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TheTroll fork is just likeThe one That comes onTheTroll frame.TheTroll fork replaces 100mmTravel suspension forks. Constructed of CroMoly steel,TheTroll is strong and durable. If you aren’t sure if you wantTo use your old rim brakes or switchTo disc brakes, don’t worry.TheTroll has rim brake pivots (removable) as well as a 51mm disc caliper mount. Unlike most other forks,TheTroll allows youTo use a rack with disc brakes. Material: CroMoly Steel Brakes: Rim brake pivots (rem

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Troll/Ogre wheels for a clydesdale - Alex Adventurer/tubeless ?s

I'm about 255ish with my riding gear. Alex Adventurer are the wheels that come 'out of box' with the Troll and Ogre. Are those considered quality wheels for a bigger dude? also, I have read a lot about tubeless, and wonder if that is something I should consider, or is the weight a bit much? I ... Read More »

Ideal tire for a Troll and a 245-lb rider

Looking to get a Surly Troll and get some tires for it. My priorities: 1. Puncture protection - I use my bike as a commuter as well as a funmobile so I prioritize puncture protection over everything else 2. Grip - weighing the benefits and drawbacks of a 'combo' tire that can go on the road (ESPE ... Read More »

does Specialized have anything like a Fargo or a Surly Troll?

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Advice on going to a 2x on a Surly Troll

Hi- I'm wanting advice on converting a Surly Troll to a 2x. It has a 22, 36, 48 up front and a 12-36 rear cassette. I live in Costa Rica on the side of an extinct volcano (at least I hope it's extinct) so use the 22 every day. I'm planning on keeping the 22 granny and the 36. I was wonderin ... Read More »

Ogre vs. Troll - how did you decide?

I'm somewhat new to mountain biking and riding in general. I have an entry-level MTB now (Trek 820) that (due to 'real life') I spend far more time commuting on than off-roading. My commute is anywhere from 15-20 miles (Depending upon how squirrely I feel that morning, and how early I drag my ars ... Read More »

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