Address
260 Waymouth Street, Adelaide
South Australia, 5000
(look for the little green warehouse!)
Opening Hours
Monday to Friday - 8:30am to 6pm
Saturday * - 10am to 3pm
* Closed public holiday weekends
Telephone us 08 8410 9499

NB: BMCR will be closed from Friday for the Easter weekend, re-opening Tuesday, April 22.

Who are Surly?

Surly is a brand dedicated to quality bikes, and staffed by people who seem slightly insane. (The two attributions are not mutually exclusive, especially in this industry.)

Born in 1998, Surly is based in Minnesota. In addition to its bikes and frames, it's renowned for its cogs, chain tensioners, and other interesting accessories. Surly products are created by passionate bikers and built to last. Plus they win major points for the name of this.

Range

$2050 Surly Long Haul Trucker 2014.jpg model Click image to view

Model: Long Haul Trucker 2014

As the name suggests, the Long Haul Trucker is designed to carry a lot of stuff a long way. Its steel frame gives you a comfortable and durable ride, and everything about it was designed for touring – long chain stays for pannier/heel clearance, low bottom bracket for stability, lots of tyre clearance, braze-ons for everything you can imagine... and it even comes with spare spokes! Whether you're taking it up through the hills for a weekend or half-way around the world, this is the most popular touring bike we've ever laid our hands on, for good reason.

  • CroMoly steel frame and fork
  • Designed for loaded touring, even with a trailer
  • Braze-ons for racks, mud guards and three water bottles
  • Available in 26" or 700C wheel versions
  • Colour: Blacktacular
  • Full spec list here
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Model: Disc Trucker 2014

The Disc Trucker offers the same touring-specific geometry and features as the standard Long Haul Trucker, but has (you guessed it) disc brakes for extra braking performance. Don't worry, though; it can still run racks, mud guards, bottles and fatter tyres. Go forth and truck!

  • CroMoly steel frame and fork
  • Designed for loaded touring, even with a trailer
  • Braze-ons for racks, mud guards and three water bottles
  • Available in 26" or 700C wheel versions
  • Colour: Maroon #79
  • Full spec list here
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Model: Cross Check 2014

Awesome-ness, thy name is Cross-Check! Commuting, single-track riding, light touring, hauling kids or groceries — this steel 2 x 9-speeder does it all and keeps you comfortable while doing it. It comes with rack mounts, fender mounts, bottle mounts, wide drop bars, and bar-end shifters.

  • CroMoly steel frame and fork
  • Braze-ons for racks, mud guards and two water bottles
  • Plenty of clearance for fatter tyres
  • Can be converted to single speed
  • Full spec list here
  • Colour: Gloss Black
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Model: Straggler 2014

If you love the Cross-Check but curse its lack of disc brakes, hold on to your hats. Surly have heard your swears, and the new Straggler is the result! Like the Cross-Check, it's designed for commuting, single-track riding, light touring, hauling kids or groceries, or day-tripping. In addition to the disc brakes, it's got slightly different geometry to the Cross-Check plus an unique rear drop-out to give you more conversion options. And check out that paint job! We are fully committed to Sparkle Motion. 

  • CroMoly steel frame and fork
  • Braze-ons for racks, mud guards, two water bottles, and downtube shifters
  • Plenty of clearance for fatter tyres
  • Can be converted to single speed
  • Full spec list here
  • Colour: Glitter Dreams
$2200 Surly Troll 2014.jpg model Click image to view

Model: Troll 2014

Consider this the MTB version of the Cross-Check. Made from CroMoly steel, it can be used as a regular mountain bike, a commuter, a utility bike, or a tourer. You can kit it out with racks, mudguards, bottle cages, a Rohloff hub, and possibly a kitchen sink. The complete bike comes with Deore spec gears and disc brakes but you could even convert it to singlespeed with V-brakes if you wanted.

  • CroMoly steel frame and fork
  • Braze-ons for racks, mudguards and two water bottles
  • Disc and rim-brake compatible
  • Can be run with internal gears or as a singlespeed
  • Plenty of clearance for fatter tyres
  • Full spec list here
  • Colour: Not So Dark Black
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Model: Ogre 2014

The Ogre is the bigger brother to the Troll—it runs 29” wheels instead of 26”. And that’s pretty much the difference between them.

  • CroMoly steel frame and fork
  • Braze-ons for racks, mudguards and two water bottles
  • Disc and rim-brake compatible
  • Can be run with internal gears or as a singlespeed
  • Plenty of clearance for fatter tyres
  • Full spec list here
  • Colour: Blacktacular
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Model: Karate Monkey 2014

So you want a single speed. And you also want a 29er. And you want to have the ability to convert it to a geared bike, should the urge overtake you. The Karate Monkey ticks all of these boxes, and more. 

  • CroMoly steel frame and fork
  • Braze ons for two bottle cages
  • Can be converted to a geared set-up
  • Full spec list here
  • Colours: Stretchpants Black
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Model: Moonlander 2014

We said that Surly were a bit odd, right? Well, check out the Moonlander! If you're thinking about tackling terrain that a regular bike just can't handle, the Moonlander will get you over it. Why? Take a guess. (Hint: HUGE FRICKIN' TYRES.) The CroMoly steel frame means you'll stay comfortable even when riding over dunes/median strips/other bikes/people's dreams, plus it can be run as a geared or singlespeed rig. Look how happy this customer is with his!

  • CroMoly steel frame and fork
  • Can be run geared, singlespeed or internally geared
  • Braze-ons for racks, mud guards and two water bottles 
  • Surely you want a bike which has a rim called Clown Shoe, right?
  • Full spec list here
  • Colour: Metallic Sand
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Model: Pugsley 2014

This is the little brother to the Moonlander. Sand, snow, ice, rocks, small children - it rolls over all of them with ease. Whereas the Moonlander can run tyres up to 4.7 inches, the Pugsley can only take them up to 3.8 inches. (Aw, poor Pugsley.) So if you want a crazy bike, but not quite completely insane, this is the guy for you.

  • CroMoly steel frame and fork
  • Can take racks, mud guards and two water bottles
  • Full spec list here
  • Colour: Apathetic Black
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Model: Pug Ops 2014

So you know about the Moonlander and the Pugsley. Surly would like to give you a third fatbike choice, just to spoil you: the Pug Ops, a mid-fat fat bike. It has the same frame and fork as the Pugsley, but runs wider rims (e.g. more bounce!) and a higher-level spec (e.g. more jounce!). 

  • CroMoly steel frame and fork
  • Can take racks, mud guards and two water bottles
  • Full spec list here
  • Colour: Canvas Green
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Model: Krampus 2014

Don't let the tyres steer you wrong - the Krampus is not a fatbike. It's a 29er mountain bike with big, big tyres. What does it mean? Lots of grip, crazy cushioning, and more nimble than a toddler escaping bathtime. As Thor from Surly says, "It floats like a butterfly and stings like a very large and hostile bee." (One must listen to a dude called Thor.)

  • CroMoly steel frame and fork
  • Can be run geared or singlespeed
  • Braze-ons for racks, mud guards and two water bottles
  • Full spec list here
  • Excellent Krampus-related blog post here
  • Colour: Moonlit Swamp