With the Olympic velodrome ready for action, Herne Hill undergoing a makeover and the new track in Bournemouth up and running, interest in track cycling is booming. For riders keen to get stuck in, the Forte is the entry-level track bike from Moda, but its modern design and more than respectable wheelset make it race ready for those with competitive ambitions.
If you have a keen eye for bikes designed purely by technology then BMC’s latest and most aerodynamic track machine is definitely worth a look. Created for the Swiss national track team, it has broken the Hour record with Rohan Dennis and won gold in the individual pursuit with Stefan Küng.
It’s likely that bikes such as the Specialized Langster SF will always occupy a niche in cycling, and we think most of those who own Specialized track bikes would be quite alright with that. There’s a certain beauty about a machine that does exactly what it’s designed to do, well.
The Fiorenzuola 001 is a little closer to the average spend on a first track bike, at £750 reduced to £600. The frame is identical and the sacrifices are in the loss of Dura Ace in favour of SRAM Omnnium and the wheels are downgraded to Alex R380’s with Q-Lite hubs.
The Track Elite represents a century-old brand's unrelenting passion for the sport of track racing and commitment to providing this very specialized market with a groundbreaking product - what Fuji is proud to stand behind as the best track bike in the world.