Category: Track Cycling

fuji track pro 1 Fuji Track Pro

The Fuji Track Pro will be totally revamped for 2009. It features a color pattern of Black and Fuji Red with White Fuji logos and graphics on a Fuji’s specific frame made of alloy, which is much wider then last years Fuji Track Pro. The relatively high seat post, when compared to most track bikes is one of the most commented design features about the new Fuji Track Pro. From what we’ve heard, the seat post is like black liquorish, you either hate it or you love it. However, no matter if you appeal Fuji’s new design or embrace it, there’s no debate about its ingenuity. MSRP $1,700.00

Here are the specifications of the Fuji Track Pro 2009 courtesy of Fuji.

Specs -

Sizes: 49cm, 52cm, 54cm, 56cm, 58cm, 61cm
Color(s):
Black/Fuji Red
Main frame: A-6 Quaternary phase alloy, custom butted and Aero shaped Down tube, Integrated Head and Seat Tube.
Rear triangle: A-6 Quaternary phase alloy butted seat stays with shaped ride tuned Chainstay, repacable Stainless Steel Drop-out
Fork: FC-770 Fuji Straight Blade Integrated Carbon w/1 1/8″ alloy steerer
Crankset: NEW FSA Carbon Pro Track, 144 bolt pattern, 49T
Bottom bracket:
T.H. ISIS Sealed Cartridge
Pedals: Nil
Front derailleur: Nil
Rear derailleur: Nil
Shifters: Nil
Cassette: 15T CNC Sprocket w/Lockring
Chain: KMC Z-510
Wheelset: Novatec Force Double 30mm Track
Front hub: Formula High Flange, 32H Sealed cartridge bearing
Rear hub: Formula High Flange, 32H Sealed cartrigde bearing
Spokes: Double Butted Stainless
Rims: Alex Crostini R1.1, 32H Black
Tires: Vittoria Diamonte Pro Lite, 700 x 23c
Tubes: Kenda Ultralite Presta
Brake set:
Nil
Brake levers: Nil
Headset:
V.P. 1 1/8″ Integrated Road, with convex hollow alloy spacer
Handlebar: Deda Pista Alloy Track
Stem: Deda Quattro Forged Alloy 31.8mm
Tape/grip: Fuji Custom MicroFibre wrap
Saddle: NEW San Marco Ponza w/Embossed logo and cro-mo rails
Seat post: Fuji Integrated Seat Tube Alloy, 300mm
Seat clamp: Al CNC Interface

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felt tk2 2009 track bike Felt TK2 and TK3 2009 Track Bikes

Felt has got something new in the track bike category for 2009. The Felt TK2 and TK3 offer track cyclist both an ultra light and stiff ride and a great design. The TK2 features an Aluminum Custom Butted Aero Super-light 7005 Frame with Felt specific carbon fiber forks. Themed Gloss White, Black and Olympic Gold, the Felt TK2 screams competition. Especially considering its weight, 16.06 pounds.

Specs are from Felt’s site

Frame:
Felt Custom Butted Aero Super-light 7005 Aluminum, Forged Dropouts w/ Stainless Steel Inserts

Fork:
Felt TkR carbon fiber w/ alloy steerer tube

Components:
SRAM TruVativ Omnium 2pc Track w/ 144mm B.C.D. 48t 1/8” Chainring x 15t 1/8” cog w/ lockring; Deda Pista Bar, Felt TkR bladed carbon seatpost

Wheelset:

Felt TkR2 High Flange double threaded track hubs/DT Stainless Steel Spokes/40mm deep aero track rims, 28H front, 28H rear; Vittoria Ultra SPEED 145g 700c x 20mm track tires

Finish:
Gloss White, Black, & Olympic Gold

Sizes:
52, 54, 56, 58, 60cm

Weight:
16.06 pounds/7.30kg

felt tk3 2009 track bike Felt TK2 and TK3 2009 Track Bikes

The Felt TK3 differs in looks from the TK2 with a Black and Red color pattern. It also weights slightly more at 17.97 pounds. All together, I have to say that the their geometry is on point.

Specs are form Felt’s site

Frame:

Felt Custom Butted Super-light 7005 Aluminum, Forged Dropouts w/ Stainless Steel Inserts Fork:
Felt TKR carbon fiber

Components:

Felt 3pc Cold Forged Track w/ CNC Machined Alloy 144mm B.C.D. 48t 3/32” Chainring x 15t 3/32” cog w/ lockring; Felt TkR Track Bar & Post

Wheelset:

Felt TkR4 High Flange track hubs/Stainless Steel Spokes/30mm deep aero track rims, 28H front, 28H rear

Finish:
Gloss Black

Sizes:

52, 54, 56, 58, 60cm

Weight:
17.97 pounds/8.17kg

victoria 1 300x214 Track Star Victoria Pendleton Competes For The Gold In 2008s Olympics

Victoria Pendleton, a 27-year-old track-cyclist from Stotfold in Bedfordshire, is competing for the gold metal in 2008’s Beijing Olympics. After winning the rights to world champion three times in four-years, Pendleton is competing for what she has been so eagerly training for. Click HERE for more.