A steel frame gravel bike with upper mid-range components and hydraulic disc brakes.
1 × 11 — 11 speed
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When planning for the Ruta Chingaza trip, we helped outfit three riders who had never been bikepacking. When trying to decide on the ideal bikes to get them for the trip, the Bridge Club was one of the first to come to mind. Here’s why it might just be the best beginner bikepacking bike, out of the box...
Oct 2020Read Review
This is a first ride review score and may change as I spend more time on the bike
Really comfortable, versatile and can quite happily munch up the miles
Smaller frame geometry restricts mounting options, stock brakes let it down a little
Jun 2019Read Review
5'1" – 5'6"
5'4" – 5'9"
5'7" – 6'0"
5'10" – 6'3"
6'0" – 6'5"
Surly Bridge Club, 100% Surly Chromoly Steel, Natch tubing, double-butted main triangle, TIG welded, E.D. coated
Colors: Majestic Moss; Black
Surly Bridge Club, 100% Surly Chromoly Steel, Natch tubing, double-butted tapered fork blades, TIG welded, E.D. coated
Salsa Bend, XS,S - 718mm, M,L,XL - 735m
Shimano Deore RD-M5100, Shadow Plus
Shimano Deore FC-M100, 32t
Shimano Deore SL-M5100-R
Tektro Hydro HD-M275/276
WTB ST i29 TCS
Novatec 9x100, 6-bolt disc
Novatec 10x141, 6-bolt disc, 11-spd
WTB Trail Boss 27.5 x 2.4", 27tpi, wire bead