NO WAY! On the backburner I'm building a fixed gear Triumph identical to that - except it's a drop tube lady's frame
What have you done about the narrow rear stays? I think mine are 110mm and there's no way I'll squeeze a track hub in. I'm thinking an old chrome steel BMX flip-flop might do the trick. And have you ridden it with 700c wheels yet? I see they fit ok in terms of diameter and even fit under my mudguards, but how has the change in geometry affected the steering?
Small world innit!
All I do is turn down the spacers until it fits and gets chainline. Is only 2.5mm each side.
The only issue I've found with this one is that the freewheel dosen't pass the frame tube.
I've not ridden this one yet, but the black '49 rudge I built a few month back has the same wheels and is a lovely bike to ride. Very stable at all speeds.
Mos of my head scratching is around mudguards.... I only have the original front, which will fit but getting a modern set to fit is proving a challenge.