Planning New Touring Bike Build

 The Plan:
Start with the Stock Surly Ogre Bike
Large Frame size.


Features:
Dedicated Rohloff cable routing and mount for OEM 2 axle plate
Dedicated Surly Trailer mounts

Rear Dropout Configuration:
Horizontal slotted with optional vertical dumpout

Chainstay Length 440 (longer would be better)



Components:
HeadsetCane Creek 40
BrakesTektro HD-M275
Brake LeversTektro HD-M275
RotorsTektro 160/160mm
ShiftersShimano Deore M6000 
StemProMax 31.8, 4 bolt
HandlebarSalsa Bend
Grip/TapeVelo Lock-on
SaddleWTB Volt Sport
SeatpostProMax 27.2, 300L, offset or PNW Coast Suspension Dropper

Drivetrain:
CranksetSRAM NX 32T
Bottom BracketSRAM Powerspline
Front Derailleur N/A
Rear Derailleur Shimano Deore RD-M6000
Cog or cogset Microshift 10 spd, 11-42t
Chain KMC x10

Wheels:
Front HubNovatec 32h QR
Rear HubNovatec 32h, Thru axle
RimsWTB i29 Black
Tires Surly Extra Terrestrial 29x2.5” 60TPI Slate-wall Tubeless Ready

Replacement Parts (with stock items being stored for possible swap)

Handlebar: Jeff Jones Loop Bar
Shifter: Rohloff
Grips: Ergon GP1 for Rohloff
Saddle: Brooks Flyer 

New Rear Wheel Build:
Rim: WTB i29 Black (to match Front Stock)
Lacing Pattern: standard Rohloff wheelset
Spokes: Sapim Force triple butted
Nipples: Sapim Brass
Rohloff SPEEDHUB 500/14
Rotor Tektro 160/160mm (to match front)
Tires: Schwalbe Evolution TLE Almotion

BAFANG BBS02 750W MOTOR
KIT
Newest 750w BBS02 Bafang Mid Drive Motor (version B)
Upgraded Integrated 25amp Controller with 9 IRFB3077 MOSFETs
LCD Display (C961 Display)
E-brake Sensors (connects to existing brakes)
Chain Ring & Cover 48T
Crank Arms
Left Thumb Throttle
Speed Sensor with Spoke Magnet
Main Wiring Harness (wiring that connects all the kit components)
Gear Sensor Plug coming out of controller
Battery(s) Charger

Mid-Drive installation Additional
Pedals: Crankbrothers Stamp Flat BMX/MTB Bike Pedal
Luna-Tick Crankset for Mid Drives
LUNA Wrench BBSHD and BBS02 Mid Drive Installation Tool

To be determined:
Racks
Fenders

Similar to this build of a Surly Troll


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