berlin based hängerboi , too many bikes for my little flat
Orlowski Track frame made from Dedacciai Basic 7005 Aluminium tubing, 1" ahead steerer
saadl yo mofo, these pics were the right side up when uploading....
my everyday beater commuter. light, stiff and not flashy so no worries about bike thieves
Antonov Elin carbon track bike made in Ukraine in the late 90s. there exists an earlier version wich was banned from UCI (antonov eney), then shortly after, this UCI approved version was released. It sports the colors of the ukrainian national team, and has a handpainted "3" an the nds side of the seatpost clamp, suggesting it was either part of a 4-man-pursuit team or they smiply numbered them to tell them apart. so there should be at least 2 more Colnago-branded framesets somewhere on earth.
unknown track bike from the Netherlands, the incredible stiffness is comparable to aluminium frames, should be Reynolds 531 tubing in ne of the heavier gauges as the seatpost has 26,8mm diameter. the fork that came with it only clears 22mm tyres so I added a BLB fork that takes bigger tyres. I absolutely out-maxed the dropouts, the bridge on the rear stays is ultra low and gives only 1-2mm of clearance with 28mm tyres. I built it as shopping cart/bullshitting bike.
british made Hansom with Reynolds 653 tubing