Surly Troll our cycles

We have had our bicycles 5 years and taken them on a number of tours covering around 10000 miles. Below are all the parts used to build them. I have put some links for any parts I ended up hunting around the internet to find a supplier for them.
Janet’s Surly Troll

  • Frame Surly Troll size S (16″) in Black Westbrook Cycles
    • Fork stem has been left uncut gives a nice comfortable riding position
  • Wheels Front 26″
    • 36 spokes Rigid Andrea 30 rim
    • Son 28 hub (6 hole disc)
  • Wheels rear 26″
    • 32 spokes Rigida Andrea 30 rim
    • Rohloff 500/14 TS DB OEM (disc brake solid axle external cable box)
    • The wheels hand-built by SJS Cycles
  • Rear rack Tubus Cargo Black Rose Bikes
  • Tyres Schwalbe Marathon Greenguard 26 x 1.5
  • Crank and Bottom Bracket
    • Bottom Bracket Shimano UN55 square taper 122.5 x 73
    • Crank arms Middleburn RS7 170mm RJC X-treme
    • Middleburn self extracting bolts RJC X-treme
    • Middleburn mono spider 4 arm 104BCD RJC X-treme
    • Specialities TA 38T single speed chainring 104BCD BMO , this when worn out was replaced by the SJS own brand 38T 104 be aware it did not fair the spider and needed grinding to suit.
    • I found this setup gave a nice straight chainline
  • Chain KMC X1 Silver (1/2 x 3/32) Internal Gear Hub
  • Pedals DMR V8
  • Headset Hope Conventional 1 1/8″
  • Stem Hope XC 90mm 10 degree rise 1 1/8″ to 31.8
  • Bars Jones Loop Bars 710mm Sideways Cycles
  • Grips Ergon GC1 Black for Rohloff
  • Seatpost Suntour SP12-NCX Suspension (medium) 27.2mm diameter Bike Discount
  • Brakes
    • Front Disc 6 hole Avid 180mm BB7
    • Rear Disc 4 hole Rohloff 160mm BB7
    • Levers Shimano BL-R780
    • Brake cable TRP compressionless
  • Front Rack Tubus Duo
  • Mudguards SKS P55 Chromoplastic
  • I needed to purchase a flat stainless steel plate to get the front mudguard to fit correctly (ebay)
  • Saddle Selle Italia Lady Gel Flow

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Chain line with the 122.5 bottom bracket

Martin’s Surly Troll

  • Frame Surly Troll size L (20″) in Purple Nurple Westbrook Cycles
    • Fork stem has been left uncut gives a nice comfortable riding position
  • Wheels Front 26″
    • 36 spokes Rigid Andrea 30 rim
    • Son 28 hub (6 hole disc)
  • Wheels rear 26″
    • 32 spokes Rigida Andrea 30 rim
    • Rohloff 500/14 TS DB OEM (disc brake solid axle external cable box)
    • The wheels hand-built by SJS Cycles
  • Rear rack Tubus Cosmo Stainless Steel Rose Bikes
  • Tyres Schwalbe Marathon Greenguard 26 x 1.75
  • Crank and Bottom Bracket
    • Bottom Bracket Shimano UN55 square taper 118 x 73
    • Crank arms Middleburn RS7 175mm RJC X-treme
    • Middleburn self extracting bolts RJC X-treme
    • Middleburn dual spider 5 arm 110BCD SJS Cycles
    • Specialities TA 38T single speed chainring 110BCD BMO replaced by SJS own brand 38T 110 which fitted perfectly.
    • I found this setup with the chainring mounted on the inner face of the spider gave a nice straight chainline
    • Chain KMC X1 (1/2 x 3/32) Silver Internal Gear Hub
    • Pedals DMR V8 flats
    • Headset Hope Conventional 1 1/8″
    • Stem Thompson Elite X4 110mm 10 degree rise 1 1/8″ to 31.8
    • Bars Soma Osprey
    • Grips Ergon GC1 Black for Rohloff
    • Seatpost Nukeproof Warhead inline 27.2mm diameter
    • Brakes
      • Front Disc 6 hole Avid 180mm BB7
      • Rear Disc 4 hole Rohloff 160mm BB7
      • Levers Avid Speed Dial 7
      • Brake cable TRP compressionless
    • Front Rack Tubus Duo
    • Mudguards SKS P65 Chromoplastic
    • I needed to purchase a flat stainless steel plate to get the front mudguard to fit correctly (ebay)
    • Saddle Selle Italia Man Gel Flow

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