Chas from TCB Courier shot me an email introducing a local (read: 3 blocks from his house) framebuilder named Andrew Low. Like many of us, Low has a pining fascination with the track bikes of the early 90’s, namely the KHS Aero Track and Cannondale track. These two frames inspired him to hand-build his own bikes. Yes, those are aluminum!
Check out more photos and info below!
These use the same exact tubeset as the aforementioned precedents but Andrew upgraded to a 1 1/8″ steerer and a 30m Alpina track fork to soften the ride.
As I pointed out, these are hand-made in the USA right where the aluminum track bikes gained a huge following amongst riders in the early 2000’s: SF. Stoked to see more. Details on availability to follow!
Check out Low Bicycles’ Tumblr for more.