Steamroller

Item #CN_EVO12

Tubing
Surly 4130 CroMoly steel. Main triangle is double-butted. TIG-welded. ED Coated

Rear Dropouts
Investment cast Surly track dropouts, 120mm spaced

Brake Compatibility
Standard reach road calipers, but there are no stops for housing

Braze-ons
Eyelets on the rear dropouts and one set of water-bottle mounts on the seattube ’cause we’re not camels

Seatpost diameter
27.2mm

Seatpost clamp
30.0mm Surly stainless, included

Headset
1-1/8˝ threadless

Bottom bracket shell
68mm wide, threaded English 1.37˝ x 24t

Chainring Clearance
Heavy manipulation of the chainstays gives room for a 50t ring while maintaining chainline. Track crank-compatible

Tire Clearance
Room for tires up to 700c x 38mm. Individual tire and rim combos affect tire clearance, but figure on being able to use tires up to 32mm with fenders (p.s. use clip-on fenders)

Fork
4130 CroMoly, lugged and brazed flat crown that is drilled to accept a standard-reach (47–57mm) caliper brake. It has clearance for 700c x 38mm tires. There are no eyelets at the dropouts

Color
Frost Blue or Black
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Additional information

Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 1 x 1 x 1 cm
Color

black, Frost Blue

Product Description

The Steamroller is a fixed gear made for streets. Its geometry is closer to that of a road bike than a true track bike, and its double-butted 4130 cro-moly steel tubing and geometry make for a lively and resilient ride. The Steamroller is adept at handling rough, pot-holed streets, grass shortcuts, urban trails, back alleys and whathaveyou.

We sell it as a frame and fork. Use a track crank or a road crank. It’s got room for tires up to about 38mm because big tires roll fast and absorb all kinds of road static, from pea gravel to cracks to cobble stones. We gave it a standard 1-1/8˝ threadless straight steer tube, one set of water bottle cage bosses, and rear-loading horizontal dropouts. The bottom bracket shell is standard English-threaded. Although it is designed as a fixed-gear, we gave it accommodations for rim brakes front and rear should you decide a freewheeling singlespeed is more your style.

You can get fancier bikes, but what are you, some kind of dick? Anyway, you’d be hard-pressed to find one that is as smooth on all sorts of terrain. It’s just a plain-old good bike that rides great and isn’t too spendy.

Size

49, 53, 56, 59, 63

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