Crush, float across, and roll over everything on KHS’s 4 Season 300 SF. The fat 24 x 4.0-inch wide tires will float over terrain previously known as wheel-eating hike-a-bike sections of trail. The stiff, lightweight aluminum frame makes for efficient power transfer to the rear wheel, cranking through a 24-speed Shimano drivetrain with an incredibly wide range so you can crawl up powder-filled mountain trails and downhill sand dunes with ease. And, the all-season disc brakes have your braking needs covered no matter what Mother Nature has in mind. Discover why fat bikes have become the hottest thing on the snow.
With the confidence-inspiring traction and flotation 4-inch wide tires provide, you'll pedal up, over, and through just about anything that comes your way on the 4 Season 500 fat bike. It's built with a lightweight aluminum frame and rigid alloy fork for optimum power transfer and features Shimano hydraulic disc brakes for ultimate control in the muck you're bound to find. A Shimano 10-speed drivetrain keeps you moving with ample gearing and full-length external cable housing means better shifting when the trail turns sloppy.
Bust out for an all-terrain exploration on the 4 Season fat bike. An alloy frame and fork keep it light and agile, while 26 x 4.8-inch tires enable unbelievable grip and flotation across any surface you encounter. A Shimano SLX 11-speed drivetrain and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes provide excellent gearing and stopping power, and KHS touch points keep cost low and stoke high.
It's time to get fat with KHS's 4 Season 3000! A fat bike for any time of year, the 3000 is based on a lightweight 6061-aluminum frame and gargantuan 100mm-wide rims. The pièce de résistance of this trail-crusher is its pair of 4.8-inch wide Vee Rubber Snow Shoe XL tires that provide a traction-oozing footprint whether the trails are frozen solid or loose and loamy. SRAM X7/X9 components provide the wide range of gears you'll need to float up, over, and back down your favorite singletrack while Hayes Prime Sport hydraulic brakes slow you down reliably in all conditions. It's now riding season all year long with the 4 Season 3000.
Wherever and whenever you want to ride a bike, KHS's 5000 is as ready as you are. The heart of this wide, track-laying beast is the high-modulus MSD carbon frame that's light, gorgeous, and pairs beautifully with its carbon fork, letting you dive into corners as the nearly 5-inch wide Vee tires float over and grab snow, mud, and even hardpack. That ability comes in handy when the wide-range SRAM X7/X9 drivetrain gets you up to speed and keeps you there even when conditions get fluffy. Always reliable Hayes Prime Sport hydraulic disc brakes help keep you from disappearing into a snowdrift forever. When the snow starts flying and the wind is chilly, don some wool and bear-hug the fat.
Utilizing the same frame and fork as its 700c counterpart, the Giramondo 27.5 caters to the hard-core adventure rider with broad ambitions. Featuring WTB Mountain Drop Bars, a riser stem, and the superior grip of WTB Nano 27.5 x 2.1" tires, this laid-back but highly versatile off-roader takes the challenges and diversity of the trail in its stride. And when it's time to head into unknown territory the Giramondo bites, carving effortlessly through flowing single track down fast descents and up technical climbs. An off-road bike with many unique attributes—style, guile, and a personality to match. - A modern-day touring bike designed for the new breed of bikepacking expeditions - Constructed from double butted Chromoly TIG welded tubing - New segmented fork with offset bottle mounting location and dynamo hub wire routing - Three bottle mounting locations on the main triangle & rack & fender mounts - WTB Mountain Drop bars - 30-degree rise stem puts you in the perfect position to ride in the drops - Bar-end shifters for reliability and easy adjustment - Clearance for tires up to 29 x 2.0" - Tubeless-ready Brev. M 27.5" rims with a 23mm internal width - WTB Volt Sport Saddle
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Stay in charge with the Boss, a lightweight 6061 alloy frame with a rigid steel A-head fork, running 26 × 4.0" tires that leave a commanding footprint. The Boss gives you unbeatable traction in the sketchiest conditions. Key Features - Tough alloy frame and steel fork with huge clearance - Shimano 7-speed Twist Shift gearing with alloy chainset and bash guard - Powerful mechanical disc brakes (160mm rotors) for sure control in all conditions - 26 X 4.0" tires to tackle terrain you wouldn’t even attempt on any other bike - Lifetime frame and fork warranty for your peace of mind, and one year on non-consumable parts
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Roll over anything and grip the trail like a vice. Go harder, go faster, have more fun on the Vice 2.0. Plus bikes climb like a mountain goat and grab the trail like a vice on the corners and descents for a fast, playful ride. These bikes are the perfect platform for the beginner or intermediate rider looking to really boost their trail-blasting abilities, while promising more advanced riders an agile bike that holds the ground like a DH rig. The perfect partner for a session on loose rocky Summer trails or a Winter mudfest, Plus bikes push you to hold more speed, brake less and go wider on the berms. They also give you the traction to forgive a less-than-perfect line in all conditions. Key Features - Premium alloy 27+ frame and fork with front and rear thru axles, tapered steerer, rack mounts and internal headset - Shimano 1 x 10 Deore gearing with an 11-40T cassette offers a large gear range whilst increasing BB clearance - WTB Trailblazer 2.8" tires with Alex MD40 rims and Novatec sealed bearing hubs with thru axles - 6061-T6 Alloy frame and fork with tapered (1 1/8 to 1 1/2) steerer, suspension adjusted for easy upgrades, with thru axle front and rear. - Lifetime frame and fork warranty for your peace of mind, and one year on non-consumable parts
The Ares is a performance Fat bike built for trail riding in the worst conditions. Tackle the trickiest terrain from snow and sand to sticky mud. It runs big 4” tires for amazing grip and the ability to traverse terrain regular bikes can’t even dream of attempting. If you want to explore new trails, rugged terrain, and a riding experience like no other – the Ares will take you there. Key Features - High spec 6061 hydrofromed alloy frameset with aggressive trail geometry and a tapered internal headset - Tektro HDC hydraulic disc brakes (180mm rotors) for serious control in all conditions - 2×10 Shimano gearing with upgraded chainset with alloy bash guard and external BB - Colossal 26” x 4” Kenda Juggernaut tires to dominate previously unrideable terrain - Lifetime frame and fork warranty for your peace of mind, and one year on non-consumable parts
Wednesday is a frame with a decade of Surly's Omniterra design experience distilled into one steel package. Wednesday can ride over the same type of pretty much anything all of their other Omniterra bikes can, but they borrowed elements from both their Trail and Touring categories to create an Omniterra ride that can truly handle anything you want to attempt. Want to point the thing down a mountain and roll those dice? Wednesday has geometry spry enough to get you through the techy stuff, stable enough for the fast stuff, and doesn’t feel sluggish when you have to ride back to the top. It also has the chops for any sort of expedition you may want to undertake. It has plenty of bottle mounts; triple bottle bosses on both fork legs and the down tube; standard bottle mounts on the seat tube and underside of the down tube; plus rack mounts on the frame and fork and fender eyelets on the dropouts, along with barrel bosses on the crown, fork legs and mid-blade, thru-blade eyelets on the fork as well. It also has internal dropper post routing and Surly Trip Guides to manage all the housing and cables on your frame with style. Wednesday also has its very own dropout design as well – a rear-facing, slotted dropout that can use either 10mm or 12mm axles and exit rearward or vertically. They’re cast steel and spaced at 170/177mm. Wednesday gives you a lot of options in the tire clearance category. In the full-forward, short chainstay position you can run 26 x 3.8? tires on 80mm rims and in the full-rearward, longer chainstay position you get the option of 26 x 4.6? tires on an 80mm rim. Wednesday is made out of Surly's own proprietary 4130 CroMoly steel and is ED coated for extra protection from the elements.
When your bike touring route takes you over the river and through the woods with a quick jaunt through town for supplies, you can't beat the versatility and smooth riding characteristics of Surly's new Bridge Club. First off, it's a Surly so you know the 'Natch chromoly steel frame and fork are built to handle your entire kit and caboodle, and thanks to the typical overabundance of rack and cage provisions you can mount your gear via traditional racks and panniers, go full bikepacking-style, or mix-up your favorite combo of the two. The Bridge Club rolls on plump 27.5 x 2.4-inch WTB Riddler tires for a blend of low rolling resistance on smooth pavement and confident handling on forest trails. You can also run up to a 2.8-inch wide tire for more flotation, or swap-in a 700c wheel and tire combo if your route includes a lot of on-road riding. A dependable 2x10 drivetrain ensures you'll never run out of gears as you make the push up long climbs, and mechanical disc brakes offer worry-free performance to keep you safe no matter what the weather brings. And, thanks to fully housed cabling and front and rear fender mounts, you can splash through soggy days with a smile. A comfortable Salsa Bend flat bar and WTB Volt saddle complete this relaxed all-terrain tourer.
The Surly Lowside is the bike that gets you across town for a quick rip on singletrack, then over to the bar for a night out. It’s the bike you turn to when you’re not entirely sure what the night has in store. It’s the bike to grab when you want to have just as much fun riding to the trail as you do on the trail, itself. Singlespeeding is an integral part of Surly’s DNA, and the Lowside continues the tradition, by taking a simpler approach to trail riding. - 100% Surly 4130 chromoly frame, main triangle is double-butted; 1 1/8" threadless chromoly fork - Singlespeed "specific" (derailleur hanger: yes; Trip Guides: no) - Dropper post routing - Gnot-Boost rear spacing - Front and rear thru-axles - 26 x 3" or 27.5 x 2.8" tire clearance
The Ogre can get you to your job during the week, then way out of town on the weekend. It’s not sluggish on pavement or gravel and can also hold its own on singletrack. Ogre has many of the same features as Troll — horizontal slotted dropouts with Gnot-Boost spacing, a tweaked non-suspension corrected geometry, and a beefy tire clearance — but in a 29er platform. - Surly 4130 chromoly steel, main triangle double-butted frame - TIG-welded, Horizontal slotted with derailleur hanger, Gnot-Boost spacing allows the use of 135mm QR hub, 142 x 12mm thru-axle or 148 x 12mm Boost hubs. Features Rohloff torque arm slot and threaded eyelets for fenders, racks and Surly trailer mounts - Full-length Surly Trip Guide housing line guides for derailleurs and brakes; two sets of bottle cage mounts; upper seatstay threaded barrels, mid- and low-blade fully threaded through-blade fork eyelets; threaded holes for racks, fenders and trailer mounting nuts; Rohloff OEM2 axle plate mounting slot - Disc brakes only. Disc mounts are 51mm IS. Note: rear disc brake is limited to 160mm maximum rotor diameter and requires the use of Surly caliper adaptor (included with frames and bikes) - Frame is ED coated for increased life expectancy - Tire clearance for 29 x 2.5” or 27.5 x 3”
Years ago the Karate Monkey helped start the 29-inch wheel movement and, as time's gone by, many companies – Surly included – have experimented with even more wheel sizes. With so many different types and sizes of tires now on the market, riders have begun to understand the effect that tire width has on overall wheel diameter, and with ample tire clearance, you can see the benefits of multiple wheel sizes all on one bike. 27+ tires have the same rolling diameter as a 29-inch wheel, yet you get all the traction and floatation benefits of extra-wide knobbies. And that's just the tires. The Karate Monkey frame has recently gotten a makeover that includes the addition of features like internal dropper post routing, a new tubeset that uses the same trumpet tubes found on Surly's Instigator 2.0, and a slight tweak in geometry that is more progressive and trail-oriented. The Karate Monkey uses a horizontal dropout with a derailleur hanger that features Gnot-Boost spacing, which gives the rider the ability to run any kind of mountain bike hub they choose. 10 x 135mm QR, 12 x 142, or 12 x 148 Boost will all work in the Karate Monkey frame. The frame uses a 44mm headtube for broad fork compatibility and is ED coated for an added layer of internal protection. If, at any point, you decide you want to throw on some skinny meats, standard 29-inch wheels and tires can be swapped in with no issue. If you want to round-house kick some trail right in the face, the Karate Monkey is your sled. - 100% Surly 4130 chromoly steel frame and fork; double-butted main triangle and 44mm headtube - Adjustable rear dropouts with 145mm Gnot-Boost spacing. Works with 142, 148 12mm thru, as well as 135mm w/ 10/12 washer - Internal dropper seatpost routing with 30.9mm seat tube ID - Clearance for 29 x 2.55 or 27.5 x 3 tires
The venerable Karate Monkey. When it comes to mountain riding, this bike brings everything you need to the experience and more. It's shod with 27.5 x 3.00 terrain-clawing Dirt Wizards for max traction on singletrack thanks to an aggressive tread pattern and cushy, wide footprint. But there's more to this agile trail runner's set of shoes — thanks to generous frame clearance, you can drop a set of 29-inch wheels in with up to a 2.50-inch tire if you desire something with less bite and similar roll-over capabilities. And, with Surly's Gnot Boost rear dropout spacing, you can comfortably run any kind of mountain bike hub: 10 x 135mm QR, 12 x 142mm, or 12 x 148mm Boost will all work in the Karate Monkey frame. Wheel choices aside, Surly built the updated Karate Monkey with a nod toward modern trail-bike geometry and includes internal dropper post routing, two or three bottle mounts (depending on size), threaded fender eyelets, and all the braze-ons you've come to expect from Surly for attaching racks, cages, and bags galore. Running gear consists of SRAMS's rock-solid NX 1x11 drivetrain with full-length external housing and Level hydraulic disc brakes for reliability when you need it most. Throw on a 140mm suspension fork and this all-rounder turns into a serious trail slayer. For what seems like a simple bike at first glance, the Karate Monkey offers much, much more. Listen to the Monkey and lose yourself in its ways.
Surly's Krampus rolls fast, holds speed, and devours corners. Surly built its Boosted frame and fork out of tapered and butted chromoly and gave the frame a long top tube and short chainstays, so it's playful, smooth, versatile, and durable. The 29 x 3-inch Dirt Wizard tires on 40mm Alex rims take your trail ride to new heights of fun. These big tires offer increased traction, incredible float, and reduce the need for suspension because the large volume is plenty to smooth the trail. You'll also get a SRAM NX 1x drivetrain, Answer Pro Taper bars, and SRAM Level hydraulic brakes to make you the new master of terrain that used to be out of bounds.
If you’re like us, your bike needs will likely change by the day, week, month, or year. Ogre can get you to your job during the week, then way out of town on the weekend. The latest version of the Ogre has received some fantasitic updates, including horizontal slotted dropouts with Gnot-Boost spacing, a tweaked non-suspension corrected geometry, and a beefier tire clearance — all in a 29er platform. The Ogre features Surly's Moloko handlebar offering hand positions that you didn’t even know existed and the ability to mount even more accessories. Ride it any day of the week; it’s not sluggish on pavement or gravel and can also hold its own on singletrack. - Gnot-Boost spacing allows the use of 135mm QR hub, 142 x 12mm thru-axle, or 148 x 12mm Boost hubs. - Full-length Surly Trip Guide housing line guides for derailleurs and brakes - Two sets of bottle cage mounts - Disc and rim brake compatible with removable post cantilever pivots - Upper seatstay threaded barrels with mid- and low-blade fully threaded through-blade fork eyelets - Threaded holes for racks, fenders, and trailer mounting nuts - Rohloff OEM2 axle plate mounting slot - Tire clearance for 29 x 2.5” or 27.5 x 3”
The ECR is Surly's answer to those times when you just need to escape to the woods for a while to get away from the humdrum of life. Those familiar with this steel mule know it’s designed around plus tires, previously of the 29” variety. A fully loaded 29+ bike is an excellent way to explore and get away for a while… if you’re of a certain stature that is. For smaller riders, it poses several challenges though. And no one wants new problems when they’re in the woods trying to escape old ones. To solve this, Surly redesigned the smaller sizes of the ECR to work with 27.5+ while the larger sizes are still equipped with 29+. All you medium specimens out there get your pick of the litter as Surly's offering that size in both options. Other updates to the ECR include and are limited to: Gnot-Boost rear spacing and a killer new beige paint job. It retains the abundant accessory mounts that we all know and love like Surly Trip Guide for brakes and derailleurs, fender, rack, and Bill/Ted eyelets, and a Rohloff torque arm slot. The 27.5+ sizes also feature two sets of Three-Pack bosses. You’ve got lots of options to bring all your “necessities” with you and still have room for excess baggage if you’ve got it.
The ECR is Surly's answer to those times when you just need to escape to the woods for a while to get away from the humdrum of life. Those familiar with this steel mule know it’s designed around plus tires, previously of the 29” variety. A fully loaded 29+ bike is an excellent way to explore and get away for a while… if you’re of a certain stature that is. For smaller riders, it poses several challenges though. And no one wants new problems when they’re in the woods trying to escape old ones. To solve this, Surly redesigned the smaller sizes of the ECR to work with 27.5+ while the larger sizes are still equipped with 29+. All you medium specimens out there get your pick of the litter as Surly is offering that size in both options. Other updates to the ECR include and are limited to: Gnot-Boost rear spacing and a killer new beige paint job. It retains the abundant accessory mounts that we all know and love like Surly Trip Guide for brakes and derailleurs, fender, rack, and Bill/Ted eyelets, and a Rohloff torque arm slot. The 29+ sizes have two water bottle mounts and one set of Three-Pack bosses. You’ve got lots of options to bring all your “necessities” with you and still have room for excess baggage if you’ve got it.
The Surly Pugsley may be the original fat bike, but this one is far from the original. Previously a great all-around fat bike, the Pugsley has been redesigned to be an ideal off-road touring and exploration rig. Surly lengthened the chainstays 12mm for stability when loaded and so your heels float effortlessly past panniers. The tweaked rear rack mounts on the dropouts let you center your rack over the wheel, despite the offset rear triangle. Those dropouts will take a 142x12mm thru axle if that's your schtick, but this rig comes with a 135mm QR hub, snug as a bug with a pair of adapter washers. Pugsley brings back the 135mm-spaced offset fork, so you can run a front wheel with a spare cog or freewheel as a bail-out option to swap with the rear if your internally-geared hub freezes up in neutral or you smash your derailleur having too much fun. A plethora of three-pack mounts give you gear-hauling options aplenty, and a Surly Moloko Bar gives your hands damn near as many options as well, so they stay clappably happy even on your longest, story-generating adventures.
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