Dominate the boards with Felt's TK2. This track-specific rocket is purpose built to give you the edge from a points race to the pursuit. Its custom-butted aluminum Felt frame is super stiff to get you up to speed in a hurry and nicely appointed with aero detailing to keep you there with less effort. Its track-specific TruVativ Omnium crankset and 48x15 gearing keep your confidence high as you blaze through banked corners. And, Mavic's wheels with Challenge tires shave resistance to keep your competition gasping to hold your wheel. A Felt TkR handlebar, 3T stem, and Prologo saddle provide a fast, stable platform for all your velodrome exploits.
With its Aero Track UltraLite aluminum construction, the Tk3 frame boasts terrific pedaling stiffness and durability. The Aero Track UHC Performance carbon fiber fork is lightweight, stiff and ready for race day. The Tk3 comes complete and ready to roll on Felt’s TkR4 track wheels, making for a highly responsive bike and confident handling. It’s the perfect race machine for riders looking to hit the banks.
Put simply, Felt's TK1 dominates one of the fastest disciplines in cycling. The superb aerodynamics are easy to see with the front and rear wheel cutouts, sculpted fork, and deep-section airfoil frame tubing. Add the second-to-none stiffness of Felt's awesome carbon frameset and this bike zips through the banked curves of the velodrome like a slingshot. All that velocity rolls on Reynolds carbon tubular wheels while Rotor cranks channel your power straight into pure speed. Plus, the ergonomic, aerodynamic 3T handlebars and Prologo seat optimize your riding position for minimum drag. No matter what race you compete in, be prepared to go fast aboard your TK1.
Designed for street riding and track racing, Raleigh’s Teaba is a fixed gear single speed steel bike with higher-end componentry for serious riders. It was inspired by Nelson Vails—the first African-American cyclist to win an Olympic Medal in cycling, but whose roots are in the bike messenger world. This bike boasts a lightweight alloy frame, carbon fork, FSA stem and seat post, and fixed/free capabilities (to run as a single speed or fixed gear), as well as removable brake hardware/cable guides for a clean, finished look. The Teaba comes with bullhorn pursuit bars and toe clips (for legal racing), an extra set of riser bars to swap out for riding around town, and extra brake levers and grips. The frame features meaningful original illustrations by Vails’ best friend and graffiti artist, Zephyr.
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