Up for sale is a 2020 Surly Midnight Special,(MS) size 56, custom build. I purchased two framsets in February, the MS and a Bridge Club. For the type of riding I like to do, the Bridge Club is a better fit. So I’m selling a virtually brand new bike with major upgrades. You won't find a better deal on a custom bike like this anywhere else. The bike has a total of 500 miles on it.
The build is as follows:

Surly - Midnight Special, Sz 56 framset                      $650.00
Fyxation - “Sparta” carbon fork                                   $299.00        
Hunt - “Adventure” 650b carbon wheelset                  $799.00
Donnelly - “Strada” 650b/50mm tires                          $160.00
SRAM - Rival 1 groupset                                                      $800.00
Headset - Cane Creek 40                                                     $60.00
Bottom Bracket - Wheels Mfg.                                              $80.00
Origin8 - “Vise” Mechanical/Hydraulic disc brakes     $240.00
Shimano - Ice Tech disc rotors 160mm                      $150.00
Shimano - compression-less brake housing              $60.00
Absolute Black - 36t oval chainring                            $90.00
Whiskey 7 - stem, 90mm 6°                                       $60.00
Shimano - “Pro” aluminum seat post                         $60.00
WTB - “Silverado” saddle                                           $35.00
Salsa - “Cowbell” handlebar                                                 $70.00
I will include the original Midnight Special fork.

Total cost for the full build out is   over $3500. Asking $2000.00 Buyer to pay shipping and ins. SHIPPING TO CONUSA ONLY. More pics upon request.E8C8E381-74F5-41E1-80D0-52069425D0C3.jpeg  0A4CD16E-0C8F-4829-A6B3-06931C4082A0.jpeg
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Cool bike!
As a heads up, most fork and headset makers warn against using that many spacers between the headset and the stem. The bending loads on the steerer get very high that way.
Fortunately, if you need that fit, you can achieve the same the same thing with a higher rise stem, and, if that is not suffice it, a riser handle bar, like the specialized hover bar.
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Thanks for the suggestion. I checked with the folks at Surly and Fyxation and neither voiced a concern, though I agree a stem with higher rise would allow for less spacers,
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