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Hi there i'm currently selling my 2012 Surly Moonlander 20" this is the Fat bike you've been dreaming of amazing 4.7" Big Fat Larry Tires mounted to those amazing Clown Shoe rims.This Moonlander is primarily stock and great condition with minimal miles, one blemish on the toptube driveside a scuff in the clearcoat, and a scratch on the rim both are pictured. The bike rides like a dream and floats over anything I have added a Specialized Toupe saddle,Tricross rear rack, Thomson Elite seatpost and Shimano XT SPD clipless pedal, easily $400 in upgrades ready to go play on your trail of choice. I would normally not sell a bike so cheap or one I have enjoyed so much but I am in between jobs and have priorities that come before my bikes. I will post a close up of the scuff on the Headtube and Wheel shortly.

I am asking well below retail and even below dealer cost, the 1st $1200 takes it home.

CASH ONLY

Email if there are any questions.

I have posted numerous events and have members who can vouch for my credibility!



Cheers and best of luck,


Chad

Tags: Fatbike, moonlander, surly

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Wow, that is several steps past a good deal!

Are you able to ride a 20" if so take her out this weekend, you know you want it!

what is the frame size small medium large extra large?

hmmmmm, that is a very good deal. i'd be curious to know the frame size as well.

If I had to guess I'd say the frame size is 20". How did I do?

I was just going to say the same thing. Here's a link to Surly's geometry chart. It's a large.

h' 1.0 said:

If I had to guess I'd say the frame size is 20". How did I do?

The frame is a 20" which is a Large in Suly sizing, any specifics people have questions on?

Might be a bit confusing because Surly lists their frame sizes in inches on the frames, but on their website the sizes are S-XXL.  The 20" is their large frame.  We had a couple of 20" Pugsleys at the shop and they were such fun bikes.  I'm an honest 5'9" with a longish 32" inseam and standover was just a bit too tall for me, but the test rides were still a blast!

I agree w/ Dug: at this price, a bike this fun is a steal!  I don't know anyone who's ever regretted buying a fatbike.

bummer. ideally i'd want a medium. i could probably make a small work as well, but a large would just be too big for me. too bad.

my fat bike dreams will have to continue in their holding pattern.



Chad McQueen said:

The frame is a 20" which is a Large in Suly sizing, any specifics people have questions on?

I believe the frame is 20"

I'm going to vote 20" on the frame size.  Thoughts?

Yes this is a 20" sized frame as it says in the description and in the title.

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