As my Cinelli isn’t shifting, and my wife is being very strict on the 1 in 1 out rule, I am very reluctantly listing my Surly for sale.
I nearly sold it in the winter but couldn’t bring myself to do it and I rebuilt it from a pure SSMTB into a full on bikepacking-meets-commuter bike and I fell in love with it all over again. Have done several big rides on it (circa 125 miles overnight through Dartmoor and Cornwall) and it rides fantastically.
It’s a medium frame (18” IIRC) in used condition but it good working order with no major scrapes or dents and the wheels are Surly Ultra New hubs with Mavic rims (disc only). It’s pretty fresh from a full service, though the headset is a little rough but it’s a Chris King so perfectly serviceable. Can also change the handlebar setup if needed as I appreciate the current set up of Titec J Bars and TT extensions is not to everyones taste.
I guess I’m looking for around £575 for this and can post at cost. Lights, pedals and saddle are not included but everything else is.
Price drop: £550 as above, or happy to negotiate if you'd like a different build type. I can build it into a pure SSMTB if you'd prefer for an agreed price.
Very cool! GLWS.
Sick bike. Keep it, find a friend, family or storage!
So cool. Glws
Thanks for all the kind comments! I’m definitely going to regret it sooner or later.
This is such an awesome build. Heading to India tomorrow so no time to discuss - would buy as it’s ace. GLWS
Thanks, glad to hear my taste in bike builds isn’t too individual! Enjoy your trip!
Had I got the space I’d take this off you. Thanks buddy. Really nice build that. Really nice
Sold pending collection. I'm really going to miss this bike.
I have the same frame Surly 1x1 and need your help about Rear disc brake :
1- which Rear disc brake did you install ?
2 - Where did you find the Rear disc brake adaptor ?
Thanks for your help.
Should have just given the Cinelli away and kept this /dredge
this. no-one should be selling a 1x1. ever. except to me. For a reasonable price.
Still well up there as one of the best bikes I've owned.
Should have kept this and the Cinelli, and then sold the Cinelli a few months ago instead when they were at peak hipster tax - I struggled to shift it complete, with a pretty nice build, for £600 a few years ago!
This is so rad. What tt bars did you have on there?
Ah the halcyon days when such radness cost a mere £550.
thanks for you help. I found a solution.
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