Wednesday Fat Bike - 26" - Steel - Shangri-La Green
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DISCOUNTED SHIP Leaves 4 Bus. Days
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 Wednesday is Surly's all-terrain fat bike. The frame features trail-ready geometry, 4.6" of tire clearance, provides lots of cargo carrying capabilities and is paired with a 100mm suspension-corrected fork.
1-1/8" straight steerer fork, Chromoly steel
100% Chromoly steel with 44mm headtube and internal dropper-post cable routing
100mm Threaded BB shell
Frame is E.D. coated for increased life expectancy
Universal cast dropouts accommodate thru-axle or quick-release standards
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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asked by: a guest Tire width on this bike possible to get 26 x 4"tires. Teeth chainring? Teeth range rear cog?
anwered by: a guest I have a 2015 Wednesday (first year made, I don't know if frame specs have changed.) I have a 4.8 Surly Bud on the front with lots of room left and a 4.3 Surly Edna on the rear. The rear tire still has enough clearance for me even with the wheel in its most forward position. The rear tire has a less round profile, so it leaves about the same width foot print when riding.
anwered by: jackivey 26" x 4" is possible on the fork and is possible in the frame as long as the axle is positioned correctly.
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Surly really created a winner with this Wednesday model. The steel construction is very beefy, yet extremely light. The geometry is spot-on, as far as my tastes go, as well. For the price, you really can't go wrong with this bike. I'd say it's the best bang for the buck right now in the fat bike world!