Surly Bridge Club Frameset

$1,200.00

All Road Touring Bike for Any Destination

Bridge Club is for those multi-surface outings — planned or unplanned. We’ve all run out the clock on a dirt tour and had to add in some paved shortcuts. Conversely, when you’re feeling a little zesty on your next road tour, Bridge Club is ready for reroutes through the woods.

Some people hear “bike touring” and immediately think of long-forgotten stretches of highway, small-town oddities, and roadside attractions. Some instantly recall desolate stretches of desert dirt roads or lush green forest trails. With Bridge Club, you can have your dessert and eat it too!

  • Ultra-focused on simplicity, it only has the barnacles that matter most to the discerning bike tourist
  • Two build kit options: Pavement (700c) and Off-Road (27.5)
  • Run racks and panniers, framebags, or all of the above
  • Disc brake-specific, single position vertical rear dropout makes it less intimidating than other bikes in the category
  • Clearance for 700 x 47mm tyres (with or without fenders), 27.5 x 2.8” tyres (27.5 x 2.6” with fenders), and 26 x 3” tyres (26 x 2.8” with fenders)

Fits fat 26+ or 27.5 or 700x 45c. Get a frame and build it however you like!

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Unfortunately, due to Covid19 related supply issues, this product is currently only available as part of an in-house Commuter custom build.

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Description

Description

Frameset:

  • Frame: Surly Bridge Club
  • Fork: Surly Bridge Club
  • Seat Post Clamp: Surly Stainless 30.0

Frame Spec

Frame Spec

Frame Construction 4130 Chromoly, Natch tubing, double-butted main triangle, TIG welded, ED coated
Fork Construction 4130 Chromoly, Natch tubing, double-butted tapered fork blades, TIG welded, ED coated
Rear Dropout Configuration Vertical
Rear Hub Spacing “Gnot-Boost” 138mm

10 x 135mm or 10 x 141mm

Front Hub Spacing 10 x 100mm
Rear Brake Disc – 51mm I.S. (180mm max rotor)
Front Brake Disc – 51mm I.S. (203mm max rotor)
Head Tube Ø34mm
Steerer Tube Ø28.6mm (1-1/8″)
Crown Race Ø30mm (1-1/8″)
Stock Headset Upper (S.H.I.S.) EC34/28.6
Stock Headset Lower (S.H.I.S.) EC34/30
Seat Collar Ø30mm
Seatpost Ø27.2mm
Front Derailleur (Clamp) High direct mount top-pull (Ø28.6mm)

26mm offset adapter (not included) for 135mm rear hub spacing

29mm offset adapter (not included) for 141mm rear hub spacing

Max Chainring (CL) 1x (Mtn): 34T

2x (Mtn): 26/40T

3x (Mtn): 22/36/44T

1x (Boost): 40T

2x (Boost): 32/42T

Bottom Bracket 73mm threaded (1.37″ x 24TPI)
Tyre Clearance Frame 26 x 3.0″ (26 x 2.8″ with fenders)

27.5 x 2.8″ (27.5 x 2.6″ with fenders)

700c x 47 with or without fenders

Tyre Clearance Fork 26 x 3.0″ (26 x 2.8″ with fenders)

27.5 x 2.8″ (27.5 x 2.6″ with fenders)

700c x 47 with or without fenders

Rigid Fork Spec 420 x 43mm
Max Suspension Fork Length N/A
Bottle Mounts Frame 2 Three-Pack (XS)

1 Standard + 2 Three-Pack (S – XL)

Bottle Mounts Fork 2 Three-Pack
Rack Mounts Frame Yes (upper and lower threaded)
Rack Mounts Fork Yes (upper, lower, and mid-blade threaded)
Fender Mounts Frame Yes
Fender Mounts Fork Yes

Geometry

Geometry

Units in mm
XS SM MD LG XL
Reach 376 397 419 434.5 444
Stack 553 567 576 590 609
Head Tube Angle 70.0° 71.0° 71.0° 71.0° 71.0°
Head Tube Length 110 120 130 145 165
Seat Tube Length 335.6 406.4 457.2 508 558.8
BB Drop 60 60 60 60 60
Wheelbase 1032 1047.5 1073 1093 1109
Chainstay Length 435 435 435 435 435
Top Tube Length, Actual 534 547.5 570 591.5 610.3
Top Tube Length, Effective 545 570 595 615 630
Seat Tube Angle 73.0° 73.0° 73.0° 73.0° 73.0°
Standover Height 709 750.5 780 812 845.5
Stem Length 80 80 90 90 100
Stem Angle
Handlebar Width 710 710 710 710 710
Crank Length 170 170 175 175 175
Fork Length 420 420 420 420 420
Fork Rake 43 43 43 43 43

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    Dan

    Bridge club or Piolet? (I wish someone would decide for me!)

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