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Gallery: Scot’s Surly Long Haul Trucker

Scot's LHT

[Scot sent us this photo of his Long Haul Trucker. —ed.]

This is my Surly Long Haul Trucker. I bought it new on eBay built with Deore group components. I use it as a daily everything bike, for fitness, and sometimes for the long commute, 50 miles round trip, to work. I ride between 18 and 50 miles per day for fitness and weight loss. I have lost 65 pounds since Thanksgiving of 2010. To celebrate I ordered a new Rivendell A. Homer Hilsen which is being built as I type this. I hope to have it by the end of June. I have no intention of retiring this bike. I still love my Surly and it will become strictly a commuter and foul weather bike.

The Surly originally came with a Flyer sprung saddle which I sold and replaced with a B17 and I also replaced the SPD pedals with MKS touring pedals and added a Busch and Müller sidewall dynamo and lights, Zimbale bag and Nashbar panniers.

Scot

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Gallery: Chuck’s Surly Long Haul Trucker

Chuck's LHT
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Chuck's LHT
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[Chuck sent us these photos of his Surly LHT. —ed.]

Here is a photo of my year-round commuter which I use here in Boulder, CO. I have a 15 mile commute and during the winter it is quite dark. I use some serious lighting, both dyno powered and battery powered. I ran out of handlebar room so I added a second tier of mounting space. It’s not the lightest bike out there but it is always out there!

About the build:

  • Surly Long Haul Trucker frame
  • Ultegra 6604 Triple crankset (52/39/30)
  • Ultegra triple front deraileur
  • XT 9 spd cassette (11-34)
  • Sram X-9 rear deraileur
  • XT rear hub
  • Shimano Ultegra front dynamo hub w/ Planet Bike dynamo light (since been replaced with Busch & Muller CYO Lumitec)
  • Velocity AeroHeat rims
  • Schwalbe Marathon Plus tires
  • XT V-brakes (parallel push)
  • Avid Speed Dial SL brake levers
  • Sram Double-Tap 9 spd shifter for rear
  • DuraAce downtube shifter for front
  • Scott bullhorn bars
  • Ritchie WCS Pro headset
  • Jandd Expedition rear rack
  • Blackburn front rack
  • Planet Bike fenders
  • Planet Bike Protoge 9.0 computer
  • Niterider MiNewt 700 Dual head lights
  • Velo Orange seat post
  • Terry FlyTi saddle (since been replaced with a dark tan Brooks B68)
  • Look PP296 Racing pedals
  • Blackburn Mars 4.0 tail light (don’t be looking at it when you turn it on lest you will be seeing red stars for a while)

Chuck

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Gallery: David’s Surly Long Haul Trucker

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[David sent us this photo of his Surly LHT. —ed.]

Surly Long Haul Trucker: Brooks B67 seat, Nitto Albatross handlebars and Tubus Cargo rack posing on the Lions Gate Bridge in Vancouver, British Columbia. This setup makes the LHT a very nice commuter bike but the drop bar that comes with the LHT would be better for touring because a drop bar has more hand positions and is more aerodynamic. The white tape on the rims is 3M Scotchlite reflective tape.

This bike was purchased at the Fairfield Bicycle Shop in Victoria, British Columbia. I wrote a blurb at CrazyGuyonaBike about the bridge where the picture was taken.

David

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Gallery: Jeff’s Surly Long Haul Trucker

Jeff's LHT
Jeff's LHT
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[Jeff sent us these photos of his Surly Long Haul Trucker. —ed.]

Here’s my 2011 Surly Long Haul Trucker. It’s my fiftieth birthday present to myself ;) Thanks for the great site!

Jeff

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Gallery: Sumehra’s Surly Long Haul Trucker

Surly LHT
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Surly LHT
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Sumehra sent us these photos of her husband’s custom LHT. More

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Gallery: Rodger’s Surly Long Haul Trucker

Rodger sent us this photo and write-up about his Surly LHT. More

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Gallery: Logan’s Surly Long Haul Trucker

The Surly Long Haul Trucker (aka, the “LHT”) is an extremely popular touring bike. It also seems to be gaining in popularity among commuters and city-dwellers who either build it up from a frameset or modify the factory build to better suit urban riding. I think this popularity owes itself to the fact that the LHT hits a nice price/quality sweet spot while providing great versatility. More

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