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While Supplies Last, Don’t Miss This Chance of a Lifetime

So people are always buggin’ me about the ads we (occasionally) run and how they want to have a copy of those cool/creepy/offensive/horrible illustrations and pictures in a nice format that they can hang on their shop wall, or in their dungeon or where ever.

Well now you can have those “fancy” images for your very own.

Introducing, the 2013ish Surly Calendar.

It’s got some cool art and you can hang it on your wall and it will tell you what day it is (at least help you attempt to figure it out).

You might be saying, “Hey asshole, the year has already started so why would I want to buy that thing?” I dunno, is my answer, though I should say that the calendar begins in March of 2013 and ends in February of 2014.

Confusing? Not really. Next year we’ll put out another one, in our attempt to make March the first month of the year, and February the last.

You can order one of these through your local bike shop if you want. That dude who does the creepy videos for the blog created all the images, he’s our art director, and yes he really is that weird.

So if you have trouble figuring out what day it is, or if you haven’t bought a calendar for $00.25 yet, or if you just want some high quality prints of some cool Surly art, get one.

We didn’t print a whole hell of a lot of them, so if you want one, better get on that.

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About Gern Blanston

A rider-slash-Surly fan who somehow bounced like a quarter at a drunken college mixer into what he thinks is pretty much the swellest job a fella could have, it is Tyler’s job to determine how Surly should seek attention to its products and itself generally. He has an extensive background in children’s theater, which is, perhaps not surprisingly, a good fit for the marketing manager of this company.

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