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Xmas In July

Ok, for real, it’s not really Xmas, and it’s not really July yet, but we’ve got our 2014 Fatbikes in early this year and here’s what some of them look like.

Pretty blue, dirty black, champagne and a pretty sweet old school army green with color matched rims (the spec formlery known as the Neck Romancer)

What does this mean for you?? Well if you don’t have a fatbike yet and you want one of ours, now’s your chance.

Also, if you just want another one.  Or tire of last years color palette (it was so 2013) we’ve got’em here.

So there’s that. The website, that has just changed a bit, will soon have all the new info about spec changes and other bits of pieces and information about new stuff. So keep an eye out.  Also, we may have a couple new bikes coming out this year, I can't remember.

Anyway, check back soon for a tale about Dirtburger.  Decorah Iowa’s premier mountain biking event (maybe not premier, but pretty sweet)

So long, and go ride.

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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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