TRACK - Track Series
The TK2 features numerous design elements of the TK1

Cycling’s simplest, most elegant expression.

We’ve been helping athletes achieve their dreams on the road, in triathlons and off-road for years. The track has been an important part of our competitive offerings during that time as well. Because so many of the events are just the rider and the clock, the track is the ultimate proving ground for our ideas.

The TK1 was a natural, almost unavoidable result of our experience. We knew our carbon fiber was the best available. We knew our aerodynamic designs were the best around and had resulted in the world’s fastest UCI-legal TT bike. And we knew that a few extra seconds could mean gold for four American Olympians: World Champion Taylor Phinney, former World Champion Sarah Hammer, Garmin/Slipstream rider Mike Friedman and National Champion Michael Blatchford.

So we combined our solo-effort technology embodied in the DA with our exemplary Ultra Hybrid Carbon with Nano Tech in a track-specific frame and fork. Developed in successive trips to the wind tunnel, the TK1 took the lessons learned in developing the DA as a starting point. We used geometry proven on the track to give it the handling necessary for even the tightest velodromes. We refined the Bayonet™ Steering System for the needs of the track and we designed a new stem to give riders even more choice in position. The result is the TK1: the stiffest, strongest, fastest UCI-legal track bike in the world.

The success was almost immediate: Taylor Phinney’s World Championship in the individual pursuit, followed soon after by a World Record, and Sarah Hammer’s Silver Medal in the individual pursuit at the World Championships.

Each of our track bikes, from our world-beating TK1 to the value-packed TK3, is made with aerodynamic considerations. The TK2 and TK3 use aluminum tubing shaped according to the same aerodynamic principles that guided the development of the TK1. All of our bikes feature CNC-machined dropouts and internally-machined bottom bracket shell. Geometry is track-specific to handle the rigors of pack riding on the velodrome, giving you the precise steering necessary to find the opportunity you need for success.