Can get my hands on this. I want it to donate some some parts and move the remains on. The remains will be the frame (actually the most unique part of the bike, I know :roll: ) and possibly the wheelset.
Would classic track bike afficiados and London hipsters be willing to pay for frame and wheels?
The pics (sorry for quite poor quality):
Amsterdam, short fork =>
Reinforcement plates and the '62' denotes the number of olympic and world titles were conquered on RIHs at that point. Quite a palmares. =>
Touch up seatstay done with off colour. It is a used bike, seen many sprints by girl. Shown touch up work is worst spot on the frame hands down =>
London and Paris hipsters would tear your arm off. Any track frame is saleable just now, and the lack of a front brake drilling doesn't change that much. Likewise the wheels will easily find a buyer. You might get 200 euros for the frame, 100 for the wheels.