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Old 04-18-19, 11:36 AM
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djb
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as a Troll owner, I would add that if you dont need the horizontal dropouts etc of a troll, look at the Bridge Club, cheaper and still a pretty darn good bike for what you want to do-----which brings us to that question--what do you want in a bike, and what do you want to do with it?
How wide tires do you want to go, do you want to use panniers or smaller bike packing stuff?
Offroad only, road only, mix??

and yes, as has been stated, small company, so higher prices.

but the surlys are good competent bikes that work great. I love mine and would take it anywhere.
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