Our buddy Kirk at 904 Fixed just sent us over some great photos that we had to share. This came to us via Locked Cog a great cycling blog and they posted it from the Superb site. Now that we've got that cleared up, let's talk about this beauty.
Superb is a bike shop in Boston that specializes in all things track bike. They've been selling high quality parts and bikes for a number of years and recently have started to offer their own line of track frames and parts. The pictures below are of their Superb Sprint track frame that they built up for one of their customers. The Superb Sprint is a 6061 Aluminum double butted track frame with a 1" headtube and 120mm rear spacing. This bad boy can be built for speed or you can top it off with a classic looking quill stem. On this build they finished things off with a SRAM Omnium crankset, 1" carbon fork and our Rodeo Pursuit bars. I love seeing our stuff on great builds and this is one of the better ones we've seen.
For more info and custom builds head over to Superb's site - http://superbbicycle.com/
More about the Sprint from Superb's site:
"With a steep head angle and short wheelbase our Sprint track frame is designed for speed. Our custom shaped and flex resistant 2 inch thick downtube is ready for blistering sprints and railing the corners. The lightweight double butted aluminum frame is compatible with standard brakes making it equally at home on the velodrome or your city streets.
Frame: 6061 Aluminum Double Butted with Smooth Welds, 1" Headtube, 68mm English Thread Bottom Bracket, 27.2mm Seatpost, 120mm Rear Spacing. Metallic blue finish.
Fork: Lugged 1" track fork. Threaded with brake hole. Metallic Blue finish.
Available in 6 sizes XXS-XL"