Before you comment on our title, yes, we know, all track bikes are single speed. And fixed, at that. Whatever.
Raleigh’s new Macaframa track frame joins the Carbon SSCX and the rest of the growing list (all shown after the break!!!) of limited edition single speed and fixed bicycle frames for track, cyclocross and urban riding.
The Macaframa collaboration (they make cool videos about urban fixed gear riding) uses an Atomic 13 SL butted alloy frame with integrated 1-1/8″ headset headtube, a 27.2 seatpost seat tube with aero shaping and cutout for the rear wheel and standard threaded BB shell. It comes with a carbon (alloy steerer) track fork and is available in 50, 53, 55, 57 and 59cm sizes. Available now in your LBS.
Check the lineage after the break, or click here to see highlights of the 2011 Raleigh lineup…
The 201 Raleigh Hodala is a carbon fiber singlespeed/fixed cyclocross frame. It’s the same frame as the SSCX Carbon below, but painted up for the Hodala Team.
This bad boy is available only through SSCXWC. Details in this post.
This is the 2010 alloy version of the SSCXWC bike. Not sure about current availability.
The 2009 Raleigh Ranier alloy SSCX frameset – no longer in production.
The 2010 Raleigh High Life alloy SSCX frameset – no longer in production.
The Rush Hour Pro uses the same alloy and specs as the Macaframa, just slightly different tube shaping, particularly on the seat tube.