Cinelli MASH vs. Kagero, both featured here recently, had the Prolly treatment a while back. Comparing the two frames from the design, geometry and features point of view solidifies the fact that aggressively sloping top tubes and pursuit like geometry-owning aluminium track bikes are hitting the streets big time next summer.
Another significant marker speaking for the renaissance of tarck are Andrew Low’s masterpieces. Low sports at present a half-year waiting list for punters willing to purchase his products.
At the very other end of the spectrum are the lo-budget, no-logo and no-cred frames built under the Visp brand. These bikes have emerged around the world in many imaginative builds and catering all budgets, desires and uses.
The Visp has generated much deserved heated discussion on many forums around the world — not least in one of the most passionate of them all, the Helsinki-based yksivaihde.net. At present, the Visp discussion runs some 17 pages long, with almost 850 posts to the thread. How’s that for dedication? ´Nuff said.