We spend extra time and care building, testing and re-boxing your bike before it leaves. This takes approximately 4 business days to prepare the shippment. This extra step and time allows us to ensure that when your bike arrives to you it will be very easy to assemble for most anyone. Most bikes do not include pedals, so make sure to choose some for your new bike so we can ship them in the same box and you can get our riding quicker!The Grappler is Surly's dedicated drop-bar trail bike. With mountain geo designed around a comfortable, confident drop-bar hand position, it''s lively and responsive on single track, double track, and other degraded surfaces. Ready to haul essential gear for all-day dirt rides and quick bikepacking excursions, thru-axles front and rear provide ideal stiffness and handling. Built around 27.5" wheels and compatible with internally geared hub and single-speed setups, Surly''s tried-and-true Gnot-Boost spacing allows riders to run 142mm or 148mm rear hubs.
100% Surly Chromoly steel frame and fork, featuring Surly''s proprietary ''Natch tubing, double-butted main triangle, 1-1/8? headtube, non-suspension corrected
Seatstay-mounted bottle bosses, plus three-pack mounts at the top and bottom of the down tube and stealth dropper post routing
E.D. coated frame for increased life expectancy
27.5 x 2.8? tire clearance (with or without fenders)
WARNING: Cycling can be dangerous. Bicycles and bicycle products should be assembled and serviced by a professional mechanic. Never modify your bicycle or accessories. Read and follow all product instructions and warnings including information on the manufacturer’s website. Inspect your bicycle before every use. Always wear a helmet.
Green, Sage Green
Front Axle Type
15mm Thru x 110mm, Large, Medium, Small, X-Large, X-Small
Rear Axle Type
12mm Thru x 145mm
560, 590, 610, 640, 660, Ghost Grappler
Smooth Ride (1),
Bang for the Buck (1)
Prefer a bigger cog (1)
5.0 GEARS 1 review
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This bike just rocks. It fits in the middle of every metric - not too heavy or light, not too fast or slow. The kind of bike that makes you feel like your ride didn’t have to end. I would prefer and will eventually change to a larger cog in the front. For my flat riding it would help go a little faster.