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    At home in the urban landscape

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    Yeah. The drive train is on the wrong side.

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    No they all are NOT the same color 2013 1X9 XTR HOPE Brooks Metropolis TommieSea Cane Creek Connect Thompson Staightline Giles Berthoud Speailites TA Blackspire etc.. 5 months and 6 countries suppled parts, sit straight up and see the sights and onlookers...

    nothing stock here except some of the frame and fork steel total cost less than stock Surly Moonlander at dealer retail price.

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    I LOVE ORANGE keep them coming, if I wanted to change I would have done it 50-60 years ago....

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    That bag is sweet!

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    This thread needs a picture!
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    My 2013 Moonlander

    Photo of my 2013 'lander. Just put on the fenders which are custom made from MK Fenders.
    Bags are Acorn Bags. Jones bar. 2 Surly Rear racks - one mounted on the front. Greenfield Stabilizer kickstand.
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    i bet your moonlander doesn't have X0 cranks.

    just popped these on today, still have to test ride them. the rest of my build info is in the bike specs with pics thread. recent changes include a 60mm stem, E*13 Guide Ring, toupe saddle, and BG Ergo XL grips. its tubeless now, and the brake cables are cut.
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    Hello, I need the help of experienced riders.
    In November I was looking for another hobby I could do 3-4 times a week and decided on cycling. Iím on the east coast, Florida, and live on the beach. I plan on building up to 25 mile rides. House to work is 25 miles with 24 of them on the beach and Iíd like to do that run once or twice a week as soon as I have the stamina and speed to do it in a reasonable amount of time. Otherwise Iíll be riding 75% beach and 25% trails. Nothing rocky and Florida is flat. I ordered a Surly Krampus complete from my LBS and have been waiting impatiently ever since. I am so amped about cycling I canít wait any longer and would like to order a second bike I can start enjoying now. This is where I could use your advice. From what Iíve read the surly Moonlander works great in soft sand. With the goals stated above what bike would you recommend? $3000 is my budget for the second bike. I appreciate any input. Thanks, Saint

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    What this thread needs are some pictures of a Moonlander being used as it was designed to be used. From today's ride, April 25.












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    Show off your Moonlanders

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duane Boucher View Post
    Pics from my first ride with new Moonlander
    You didn't tell us how amazing it was.

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    I think it goes without saying it was incredible! I had test rode a Pugsley on the beach and found there was not enough flotation for my body size. The moonlander did great and the tire size increase was immediately confirmed!

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    Here is my new Moonie in pick-a-nick mode. Ha ha!


    Kind of a steam punk vibe.


    Is it really [that much] uglier than a derailleur?


    That much uglier and more... That cable box is just so fugly. When I gaze adoringly at the bike I sort of skip over that particular area. Ha ha!


    Clean machine on this side, if you don't mind the Soviet era dynohub esthetic. I think I like it, 7th feeling like running mice through a coffee grinder withstanding. And steel is real.


    On the OV Porteur rack I rigged up a Container Store fabric storage cube with straps. There is a wire frame in the bag that folds flat if you want. That's a buzzard feather.


    A rivbikes seat bag that's seen commuter duty on a variety of bikes.


    The bottom of the bag follows the curve of of the tire pretty well.


    That stand-off is a Carradice leather strap run through a piece of feral bamboo I harvested on a ride. Works well to stop the bag from swaying and bumping your legs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rlcanon View Post
    Here is my new Moonie in pick-a-nick mode.
    Certainly one of the more unique Moonies on here. well done.

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    Moonlander sun set beach ride.

    Sun set north shore.
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    just saw that the next Moonlander color is going to be "Cham-pain", any guesses?

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    White with gold sparkles

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    ScaryJerry - Where did you see that information about the new color?

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    John Deere edition Moonlander

    This bike belongs to one of the guys at Surly. I would love to see a limited run of this!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rlcanon View Post
    Kind of a steam punk vibe.
    What is that shifter? I love it!

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    Show off your Moonlanders

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    Quote Originally Posted by willzager View Post
    What is that shifter? I love it!

    Sorry, didn't see this. It's a Gilles Berthoud Rolhoff shifter; A French Randonneur piece.

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    Like the purple -reminds me of my old pugs! Nice!

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    The Surly Packmulander is the ultimate adventure bike, in my somewhat experienced opinion.

    Did a little bikepack/tour trip 33 miles up the North Fork of the Coeur d'Alene river just last weekend (same 33 coming back). Mostly pavement, a little dirt. The ML makes it all more fun and almost too easy! Averaged 15MPH on the way out, 16MPH coming back - with all the gear below.

    The Gear List

    On the front rack:
    • Two man tent (poles are strapped under the down tube)
    • Alite chair
    • Toob
    • Leatherman
    • Pump
    • Keens
    • 100oz of water
    • 6-pack of Coors (added half-way through the outbound ride)

    In the frame bag:
    • Glad container packed with chewy chips ahoys
    • 16oz Gatorade
    • Starbucks doubleshot energy in a can
    • Dehydrated dinner and breakfast
    • Cooking essentials
    • Toiletries
    • 22oz No-Li IPA

    In the viscacha seat bag:
    • Down sleeping bag
    • Inflatable pad
    • Inflatable pillow
    • Clothes for one night

    In the gas tank:
    • More chewy chips ahoys!
    • Beef jerky
    • Endurolytes

    In the Jerrycan:
    • Camera
    • Patches
    • Matches

    Elsewhere:
    • Another 16oz Gatorade
    • Alien tool
    • Tent poles
    • Front and rear lights
    • Phone
    • Bike puter
    • Contour cam

    ...and no backpack!

    One valuable lesson learned on this trip:
    NEVER SHARE A TWO MAN TENT WITH A PALEO DIETER WHO HAD DEHYDRATED CHILI MAC FOR DINNER.

    Ready to roll fatties!
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    Next morning, getting ready to leave (most pics came out blurry at the campground ):
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    We got rained on hard during the return trip and had to hide in the trees for about 30 minutes. Nothing inside my Revelate bags was wet!
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    SupremeDork, how have the videos turned out while filmed from your rack and what mount are you using for your Contour? I have one and have considered trying it on my rack as well, but wondered if it would be to washy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoreskillz View Post
    SupremeDork, how have the videos turned out while filmed from your rack and what mount are you using for your Contour? I have one and have considered trying it on my rack as well, but wondered if it would be to washy.
    I guess it just depends on what kind of perspective you want. I put mine up front to get it out of the way for the ride. I've gotten handlebar footage in the past and was not happy with it. I like having a fixed point in the frame. I suppose if you want that "car chase" perspective, it'll work for that. I've also attached the camera to the fender mounts at axle-level. That's a cool perspective. You get the bike in half the frame as well as the scenery zipping by. Here's some footage of that I made last Summer: Moonlander XC Rear View Radness - YouTube

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    I do love me some bike porn!

    That reminds me; I need a new camera. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by SupremeDork View Post
    The Surly Packmulander is the ultimate adventure bike, in my somewhat experienced opinion.

    Did a little bikepack/tour trip 33 miles up the North Fork of the Coeur d'Alene river just last weekend (same 33 coming back). Mostly pavement, a little dirt. The ML makes it all more fun and almost too easy! Averaged 15MPH on the way out, 16MPH coming back - with all the gear below.
    I'm impressed. It is a fairly flat trip but averaging 15 and 16 for 33 miles each way on a Moonlander loaded for camping is pretty good. I hope you're trying to get on a world pro team because you have the legs for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alphazz View Post
    I'm impressed. It is a fairly flat trip but averaging 15 and 16 for 33 miles each way on a Moonlander loaded for camping is pretty good. I hope you're trying to get on a world pro team because you have the legs for it.
    Ha! I wish! Your compliment is appreciated Once those 30PSI BFLs get rolling I cruise right along with the skinnies.

    Indeed, mostly flat. A couple months ago I hauled maybe 1/2 the gear for a 30 mile round trip on blacktop with about 1200' of climbing (5-10% grade) on the way home. I had to take it slow, but I wouldn't say it was difficult.

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    Back to a Lefty on my ML. This time a Max with the PBR setup by Mendon. I wanted a little more Axle-to-Crown than my old DLR gave me. Glad to have the Lefty again, and it's the first time I've had a lefty with the Bud/Lou combo. Lovin' it!

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    Final touches on Moonie

    Put the final touches on the Moonie! Carradice cotton canvas rear rack bag on the OMM with chopped mounts to lower the rack.

    Pass and Stowe rack, Big O Manufacturing prototype fenders, Inside Line Equipment cotton canvas porteur rack bag.


    The orange spindle coming off the P&S is my purposefully cheesy light mount.


    I thought some of the details on this ILE bag were odd, but the more I use it, the more I like it. Easy access, quick secure mounting, rides tight to the rack. Notice the depressed lock button on the brake levers.


    A better look at the Carradice bag. I love cotton canvas. So much so that, when I'm not going commando, I wear boxers custom made from old Carradice Nelson Longflap saddle bags. Makes me feel like I'm in a Frank Patterson print!




    CRG bar end mirror that didn't work out on the sumo, Brooks grip, bell, and another view of the locking brake lever. What can I say? Fatties just want to roll! Or I just want to roll fatties? Either way, the thing is loads easier to park leaning against something when a brake or two is locked so the wheels aren't always rolling out from under it.




    Several options for routing the front fender stay: I sort of liked this one.


    Rather than using a supplied "L" bracket between the fender and caliper brake hole in the steerer, I put a star nut in the bottom of the steerer then used a piece of PVC as a stand-off to get the curvature right. I carry a mud flap for the front that slides under the stay so the slop stays off the bike, but the flap comes off without disturbing the fender if it gets caught up in brush.


    The chain stay stand-off supplied with the fenders.


    Seat stay stand-off, also supplied.

    I shortened the rear fender and wanted to avoid using the rear stay. I used another piece of PVC to stand-off the fender from the rack. The PVC is cut on a slant to fit correctly between the bottom of the rack and the fender. One interesting and useful side effect is that as you rotate the stand-off the rear of the fender twists left and right making it easy to center the fender over the tire with out fender stays to adjust. Even over rough terrain the fender doesn't shimmy enough to rub the tire.


    Heavy equipment. That excavator, too... Ha ha!

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    Show off your Moonlanders



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    Well, I accidently started another show and tell thread and someone directed me here. So here I am. Only had my Moonie a couple of months but am loving it. Can't wait for more snowy conditions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rlcanon View Post
    Rather than using a supplied "L" bracket between the fender and caliper brake hole in the steerer, I put a star nut in the bottom of the steerer then used a piece of PVC as a stand-off to get the curvature right.
    That's awesome! I'll have to keep that trick in mind.

    That Carradice trunk looks great too. I was looking at the Super C saddlebag a few days ago, but I'm not sure if I'd need a bag support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishrising View Post


    I live in Dennis and am always trying to discover more places to ride on CC. Where is that trail in Chatham.
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    I am so jealous.... Fat Bikes look a blast. If I win the lottery I might be able to get one!

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    River is pretty low right now... so did a bunch of sandbar hopping

    ...Be careful what you're looking at because it might be looking back...

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    Switched the rim tape in the front to match the rear and installed reflective stripe on the rear wheel. Swapped a Toupe saddle for a well broken in B17. Still waiting on my big bag of stainless bolts to replace the assorted temporary ones in the bikes many bosses. I'm not sure if I'll install a rear rack or get a seat bag.

    I don't like how high my Arkel handlebar bag sits. I've got a few stems laying around, so I'll try adding a second one to mount the bag lower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gecho View Post
    Switched the rim tape in the front to match the rear and installed reflective stripe on the rear wheel. Swapped a Toupe saddle for a well broken in B17. Still waiting on my big bag of stainless bolts to replace the assorted temporary ones in the bikes many bosses. I'm not sure if I'll install a rear rack or get a seat bag.

    I don't like how high my Arkel handlebar bag sits. I've got a few stems laying around, so I'll try adding a second one to mount the bag lower.

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    The Ibera bags are only $20 shipped. Not as nice as the higher end bags but for those on a budget (such as myself) they make lots of sense. I plan on looking at racks down the line as well.
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    [QUOTE=gecho;10740287]Switched the rim tape in the front to match the rear and installed reflective stripe on the rear wheel.

    Gecho like the look of the reflective tape on the rims. What type of tape is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhyMe View Post
    Gecho like the look of the reflective tape on the rims. What type of tape is it?
    I got it from Amazon, its called Progrip Wheel Tape. On some parts of the backing you can see it is 3M reflective tape cut into a 7mm wide roll. Its designed for motorcycles and a single package only has enough for the sides of 3 26" wheels so two packages are needed. The included applicator doesn't work on bike rims but it is simple enough to apply manually. In comes in reflective red, blue or white, but also some fluorescent but non-reflective colors.

    I was tempted to get yellow ones from here: Fiks:Reflective I believe their prices are per wheel. I think those hexagons are new, I may have to buy a pack.


    Personally I think green is the last color they should be selling

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    I was tempted to get yellow ones from here: Fiks:Reflective I believe their prices are per wheel. I think those hexagons are new, I may have to buy a pack.

    Very cool thanks. Might have to pick up some black just to stick with the moonlander black theme

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    Here was my Moonlanders first snowy ride. Ran 7 psi rear, and 5 psi up front. Surprised the thing could go through 10" of powder so easily. However it was nice to finally get on a snowmobile track. Yahoo
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    Forgot to mention, I need to get some flats. Way to many times did I have a problem clipping in. Any recommendations, never had to even think about this.
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    Got mine about 4 weeks ago. I've been doing beach rides up to 40 miles long along the shoreline of Lake Michigan and on local mtb trails. It's been loads of fun, but I'll be happy when the snow starts flying.

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    Good morning! You did well, sounds like a great ride! Consider dropping the pressures a bit, especially if you have any hills to climb!

    I ride Time mx/dh pedals, a flat base around a normal Time ATAC clip. It's not a perfect solution, still gets iced up, but I like being able to clip in most of the time. YMMV! Enjoy!

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    Mark, looks like a great ride! I miss the Lake Michigan beaches! I have ridden in SE Mi and around TC a few times in the last few years and I always wish I had the Moonie with me for the float on those sandy trails! Enjoy!

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    Right after the inaugural Filthy 50 gravel race. I smooshed a lot of gravel today. Crushing is for small tires.

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    Right after the inaugural Filthy 50 gravel race. I smooshed a lot of gravel today. Crushing is for small tires.
    Dang! There was another Moonlander out there today and I didn't even see you! Awesome course eh?
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    i saw 2 moonlanders, a fat tandem, and a mukluk. would have been nice to see more but everyone had their gravel specific ti bikes out today. i was just trying to stay ahead of the tandem.

    edit- yeah, the course was aaaaamazing. the downhills were crazy and almost made up for all the climbing

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