@remrak Whoo thanks for the tips ! Mine is probably one of those pictured. I got it from a Lithuanian national coach in charge of Junior athletes. He said they are Ex national team frameset, offered by the federation to a club, using them to help local kids race on track, as most of them cannot afford a proper track frame..
From my « research » the framebuilder now works under the name « Wittson »
But any input or info are welcome.
Anyway, I love the frame for what it is, the welds, straight forks, short seatstays, slightly LoPro geo..
About the Concorde, unfortunately no progress at the moment. Not decided on the build yet (Campy, or maybe full Suntour Superbe ? Or HHSB Chris King, Phil Wood etc etc ? The thing is, in the past 12 months, l haven’t dedicated that much time/money in bike.. Hope to do better in 2020..
@fizzy.bleach ahah, I’m always amazed how much this bike turns heads (including mine)
It’s hard to explain but it really has that little twist/thing that catch me. Maybe the weird paintjob combined to frame construction/tubing.
Still in fast cruiser configuration with steel fork, 6400/7600 parts and matching yellow SLR..