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    Moonlander compared to pugs, our review.

    As we've had these bikes for a wee while now. Thought we'd put our thoughts down on paper/screen

    Backcountrybiking: Surly Moonlander Review
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    Yeah, read it yesterday, very good.

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    Good read.
    I would only add that if you run 10-12psi it is a very different ride then 5-7psi in the review. Adjusting pressure to conditions makes a significant difference. I am liking my Moonlander better than my standard MTB.
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