Our track bike framesets have been designed and built to put performance at the forefront. When it comes to geometry, you’ll find that our models are augmented to keep the rider in the most aerodynamic position possible. This offers the rider better control and agility, which when combined with a lightweight frame, gains them an advantage over the competition.
Our game-changing rota of track bike framesets includes the DF4, which has crushed records all over the world and is 115g lighter and 18% stiffer than its predecessor. We’re extremely proud of this model, and the team are honoured to have worked on a frame that’s shaping the meaning of track cycling. This frame is perfect for athletes and track cyclists who want the best of the best.
We also offer an amazing starter track bike frame in the shape of the Pre Cursa, which offers sturdy construction and lightweight strength on the track. The sloping geometry of this bike helps you get into riding position easily and optimises your riding style to maximise your performance as you practise. This model can also be customised to suit your needs and your budget.
Why do track bikes have no brakes?
Track bikes are designed without brakes as they aren’t necessary for their purpose. In fact, it’s actually safer for the rider if the track bike they’re riding does not come with brakes. When racing in a velodrome, for example, there’s no need to come to an abrupt stop on the track.
Can you stop pedalling on a track bike?
Track bikes feature a fixed wheel, which means that if the wheels are turning, then so are the pedals. If you stop pedalling on a track bike, this may result in an accident. It’s best to slow down your pedalling instead of stopping completely.
Are track bikes faster than road bikes?
Typically, track bikes are much faster than road bikes as they are specifically designed for track racing.
Do track bikes have gears?
The track bike frame geometry is typically aggressive and designed around a fixed-gear drivetrain.
Why do track bikes have solid wheels?
Track bikes have solid disc wheels which allow the rider to be faster when compared to bikes with spoked wheels. This is because disc wheels have low aerodynamic resistance and allow the rider to be more streamlined overall.