Surly ECR 29er Forks

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Product Description

Both work with frames designed for 80m-travel suspension forks. Feature 51mm I.S. disc caliper mounts, brake line guides, accommodations for a rack and fender, and 2 sets of cage mounts (one on each leg) that let you mount large size or standard water bottle cages.

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ECR: Which Rohloff?

Who would have thought that deciding to buy a Rohloff would be such a stressful business.. so many damn options. I want to buy the ideal setup for my ECR. I'm hoping a QR hub will work but would be willing to buy a threaded hub if not. My research tells me a CC DB hub is the right one. Anyone ... Read More »

Dumb Ogre (and Troll, and ECR) rear brake question

Ok, so Surly says that the max rotor for the rear of the Ogre is 160mm, and requires the included adapter. I'm not completely understanding this, but there's probably something I need to learn. I'm running fenders and 60mm tires, so I have my axle set back with one set of monkey nuts. In this ... Read More »

ECR/Krampus size small: where mount the rear blinky?

I had my go-to Planet Bike blinky that I put on all my bikes, ready to mount it on my Krampus seatstay, and... the seat stay on my size small bike is more horizontal than vertical. The mount doesn't work. I put the blinky on the seat post just so I'd have a blinky when I rode home last night, but t ... Read More »

Surly ECR worth it?

I absolutely love it, but it's a lot of money, espcially compared to other frames - on one's. Would love to hear some input :) EDIT: Or would I maybe be better off just getting a pugsley and running 29+ on it? I already have a mukluk, but I'm finding it really sluggish for long distances while carry ... Read More »

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