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!A highly useful compact electric cargo bike, Surly Skid Loader is built for heavy loads and goes where traditional long-tails can't quite fit. Engineered to expand utility and shrink footprints, it''s ideal for cutting down on car trips and navigating tight spaces think bus racks, packed trains, or studios without storage space. Skid Loader comes in three broad frame sizes, and it''s equipped with a robust rear rack, the option to run dual batteries for greater range, and clearance for large-volume tires. For hauling more gear over longer distances and everyday rides on whatever surface, Skid Loader rolls along, happy to oblige.
100% Surly Chromoly Steel frame and fork, Natch tubing, double-butted main triangle, TIG welded, E.D. coated
Bosch Performance Cargo Drive Unit (20 mph) with four levels of ride assist and Bosch PowerPack 500 battery
Compatibility with Surly Excellent Adventure rear axle for use with Surly Bill and Ted Trailers; accommodations for child seat or Burley Trailercycle
Dedicated rear rack features M6 hardware and 100-lb. capacity
Fully tested and rated electric bike component set?
Internal cable routing for dropper post, brake, derailleur, and lights
Stable dual-leg kickstand and kickstand plate, plus mounts for fenders and a front rack
Three frame sizes (S,M,L) with dropper post and standover considerations
Tire clearance: 27.5 x 2.8" 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.
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