|Surly Ice Cream Truck|
The Moonlander's not going away, so what makes the Ice Cream Truck different? The Ice Cream Truck has a more playful trail-oriented geometry, plus it's got a 190mm wide rear end with Surly's new Modular Dropout System (MDS). This means the rear wheel is built symmetrically (rather than offset like the Pugsley and Moonlander), for a stronger wheel. Plus, the MDS gives you the choice to run a 197mm thru-axle, 190mm geared rear hub, or singlespeed. The frame has a 44mm head tube, which gives you more options for a fork as well (e.g. a tapered carbon fork or suspension fork).
The Ice Cream Truck will be available in a standard version with Surly Clown Shoe 100mm rims, Surly Bud and Lou 26x4.8" tires, Shimano 2x10 drivetrain, and SRAM hydraulic brakes. It will also come in a "little brother" Ice Cream Truck Ops version, for those who want the option to go super-fat later, but want to save some weight and some $$$ up front. It's got Surly Holy Rolling Darryl 82mm rims and 26x3.8 Surly Nate tires, Shimano 2x10 drivetrain, and Avid mechanical disc brakes. Continuing the Surly fat bike tradition, you have more ability to ride through, rather than around, whatever's in front of you.
|2015 Surly Pugsley|
|2015 Surly Pug Ops|
|2015 Surly Pug SS|
|Surly Krampus Ops|
|Surly Karate Monkey Ops|
|Surly Travelers Check frameset|
|Surly World Troller frameset|
|Surly Straggler 650B|
|2015 Surly Long Haul Trucker in Cement Head Gray|
|2015 Surly Cross-Check in Dream Tangerine|
|Surly Steamroller track frameset|
All of your other Surly favorites are returning, including the Karate Monkey singlespeed and Instigator 2.0 mountain bikes, off-road touring rigs the Ogre and ECR, Pacer road bike, and cargo-haulin' Big Dummy.
|Surly Big Dummy|