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Are you a Surly Superfan? Spread the Love with $150 Off Your Next Bike!

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Surly bikes are a bit of an anomaly in the bike industry. Never ones to follow the trends of the next “game changing” bicycle design, Surly has simply stuck with quality steel bikes that are fun to ride. Whether it’s a cargo bike, a fat bike, or just a mountain bike, you could say they are a fan of the KISS principle and are well, kind of surly about it.

Even with numerous high end bikes flowing in and our of the Bikerumor offices, a Surly Pugsley that I bought years ago is still hanging on the wall. You could say I was introduced corrupted at an early age while working at the shop of Yafro’s father, but there has always been at least one Surly in the collection. But I know I an not unique. Surly has built their brand on legions of devoted followers who also like simple, fun, steel bikes that don’t cost a fortune.

As a way of saying thanks to their Superfans, Surly is offering an impressive $150 off any Surly complete bike at your local bike store, or in stock at QBP. Unfortunately, the deal is only valid in the United States, and you have until April 1st, 2015 to cash in. Check out the coupon after the break.

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The Dude
The Dude
8 years ago

Hmmm… Plummeting sales?

db
db
8 years ago

Too bad this is only for the USA.

MM
MM
8 years ago

Dat code…

Rico
Rico
8 years ago

Expires 4-1-2015 hahahaha

Gunnstein
Gunnstein
8 years ago

Surly makes great frames. I only wish they would make them in alu.

anonymous
anonymous
8 years ago

Is this a joke?

JC
JC
8 years ago

What does it means….. Overstocks?

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