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    Surly has new site

    New postings today @ Surly

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    Ogre complete.

    No projected availability dates though, unlike last year. Blog mentioned mid-December, but I don't know if I can wait that long!

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    Slight difference between the Moomlander and Pugs frame wise...

    Moonlander has a steeper seat tube & shorter ETT length, resulting in an
    increase in wheelbase....(3/10 of an inch) Chainstay length is also 1/10 of
    an inch longer.

    Able to further fine tune your fit? If you are like me, the standover in the 16"
    size is crowding things a bit.

    Something to think about before you put your money down.

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    Couldn't help but notice that they no longer have the regular Large Marges listed...is this something that will return? Or did they decide that the Marge Lite is actually strong enough for summer singletrack type riding? Surly was always clear that the Rolling Darryl should be used primarily for snow and was designed for width and light weight, not to super durable like the LM. Would be interesting if they decided to stop producing the double-wall heavy duty DH rim and just do the swiss cheese lightweight rim from now on.
    "I applaud your stupid idea because it is genius." - Eric Sovern, Surly

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