Surly Steamroller Frameset 2014
The Surly Steamroller was one of the first fixed gear bikes made specifically for street use. The frame is built to handle wide tires (up to 38c) and can accept both front and rear rim brakes (47-57mm reach) just in case you want to go single speed instead. The Steamroller has 120mm rear hub spacing and a track-legal bottom bracket height; however the geometry is closer to a road bike. The Surly Steamroller has one set of water bottle mounts and that’s about it. Surly covers the essentials for an urban fixed gear bike: horizontal dropouts, optional brake mounts and a solid steel frame ready to take some abuse. The Surly Steamroller is a solid fixed gear/single speed frame any cyclist would be glad to have in their stable of bikes.
2014 Surly Steamroller Frameset Features
- 100% Surly 4130 CroMoly steel frame and fork; double-butted main triangle; zero brake-ons
- Fully brazed 1-1/8" threadless CroMoly fork included
- Fork and seatstay bridge drilled for standard mid-reach (47-57mm) brakes
- Geometry is more similar to road than track; track crank compatible, BB height is track legal
- 700c x 38mm maximum tire clearance on frame and fork
2014 Surly Steamroller Frameset Geometry
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|Top Tube Length (C-C)
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|Chain Stay Length
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