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    New flatbar crosscheck ?

    I have noticed the new complete flatbar crosscheck being a surly fan I like it I understand it has lower priced components but I like the flat bar and 1 x 9 gearing
    Any one have one ?
    Roy

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    Good price, cool color, smart spec. I think they'll be reasonably popular. They are available so they should start being seen any day now
    Jason
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    flat bar it rips, and I could ride it all day.
    1x9 makes sense; but I'll keep mine SS thanks
    41 Knards...yesss. big yes. volume+tread is excellent all round. nice treat out of the box.
    i love my misty mountain gray but 'urban degray' is another understated surly color win. YMMV
    seriously, the versatile lil CC is just a rad bike. so much surly in it.

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    I have a custom CC 1x10.

    Last month, I rode it with a 720mm rise bar. It was fun since I had more upright position.
    The 1x gear is also nice since I only need to think about rear shifting. Also, with a rear rack, it's a perfect grocery bike. I think I'm married with my bike.

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    Local bike shop has there spring super sale next week end with 10% off bikes I am looking hard at this bike

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    I pulled the trigger and ordered it you have to pay it off 10th 11th or 12th to get the discount I paid 90% plus a got a Topeak rack ( 20% off it ) for it I will see if the porkchop rack that comes with it fit my S.S. fat bike. I run topeak mtx racks on all my most used bikes so I can use 1 trunk bag for everything

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    Looks great! Congrats!
    Jason
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    Keep us posted as to any changes you make and, more importantly, where you go with it.
    All good expeditions should be simple in concept, difficult in their execution and satisfying to remember--Alastair Humphreys

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    I never had the rack that came with it put on it. I run topeak racks on my bikes. I have a new pork chop rack from it setting on the shelf. I have a new saddle on order. I rode it 33 miles so far on a couple local paths.

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