cauld wrote:Bike wise you'll just want a fixed gear bike and drop style bars and that'll pretty much get you on the track. You will need to be sure you have bolt up wheels- QRs not likely to be allowed on any track I know of.
cauld wrote:You will need to be sure you ahve bolt up wheels- QRs not likely to be allowed on any track I know of.
No offence PM, but for "probaly just doing mass start" races, why are you bothering to spend massive amounts of readies. Run wot you brung, and then "when" you get some real pace, upgrade from there. If you can't perform on average wheels, then 5k wheesets aren't gonna make fark all difference.pinkmaggit wrote:I was thinking the wind could be a factor there too, though it's relatively sheltered for wellington
Rock ya fashion wheels, and when you start beating me, buy them then.pinkmaggit wrote:why not do it right the first time instead of buying wheels and having to replace them? I've bought stuff before and then upgraded quickly which ends up wasting money.
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