Brookyln’s Weis Manufacturing first made an appearance here on the Radavist not too long ago. With their asymmetrical seat stays and robust dropout design, the look and feel of their framesets felt very unique to me. After seeing their bikes in person, it further solidified this. While their construction is top-notch, I couldn’t help but be drawn into their Splatter Track finish, which was executed perfectly, in my opinion anyway, by the paint shop at Horse Cycles.
Available in either Columbus Zona 4130 alloy steel or 7005 aerospace aluminum alloy tubing, the Weis Hammer Track is a race-tested machine, fit for the velodrome, alleycats or track crits. These framesets feature an asymmetrical rear triangle with the extra stiff, proprietary designed Speed Stay driveside chainstay, ensuring direct power transfer from the pedals to the pavement. Pricing starts at $1250.00 for the Steel Frameset and the Aluminum Frameset comes in at $1450.00. Check out more information at Weis.