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Part 7 – some track gear

It’s probably down to the success at the Olympics and the fact that there are now 3 covered velodromes in the wettest country in Europe. Ironic that they managed to do so well… Anyway, until they build a track on your doorstep, you might want to consider travelling to Manchester or Newport and have a crack at track. It’s top fun and I guarantee you’ll be hooked.

The last bit coming next, phew.

Condor always make a tidy track iron. This is their latest and very tasteful it is too They sell loads to couriers too, so front brake options are available. Condor Cycles

Kinesis also have a new track frame, called the Omnium. Kinesis

Just try to break this! Easton’s carbon track bars, how stiff? How expensive? £200 to you. Easton

Slightly cheaper than most is this very nice new crank from Ambrosio. Ambrosio

Or try this from FSA, if you’re a bit more snazzy. This was on the Fuji Track Pro complete bike (see below)

Fuji have a couple of complete Track bikes in their range. This is the Track Pro frame. It’s a respectable frame and as used by many internationals – a very respectable price too.

Or how about a complete bike for £299.99! Now that’s value. Fuji Bikes

This Look frame is as used by the French team this carbon monocoque is UCI friendly and really trick.

And they are available to the public. If you have £4000 for the frame and fork.
Fishers Outdoor Leisure

Part 3,457 from Cycle 2004 coming soon…


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