Van Dessel Country Road Bob has eyelets for fenders and a RD hanger with cable mounts, but it's setup from the factory as a SS with flip-flop rear. It has cantilevers. Dunno how you are defining a race bike though.
Is having track-ends really that important to you?
The track-ends are not as important as being able to get factory wheels. The ENO hub is innovative and ranks up there with the cool factor, but I'm not convinced it's a cost effective solution for a race set up nor durable enough. I could be wrong...
And don't take it the wrong way folks, hub-based and chain tensioner solutions are both good ideas and I appreciate all the replies. So thanks everyone.
The ENO hub is innovative and ranks up there with the cool factor, but I'm not convinced it's a cost effective solution for a race set up nor durable enough.
Durability absolutely not an issue. Cost-effectiveness, depends on a number of factors obviously. But using a tensioner or eccentric hub would open up a whole range of used/sale frames rather than the small number of SS-specific cross frames.
I've ridden a San Jose, I think it's a great bike. Stock gearing a bit high, but that's easily changeable. Last season I raced a Steamroller, it will be my pit bike this year. Clearance is an issue for bigger tires, tho.
2 Felt F1X's, Surly Steamroller Fixed / Free, 2007 IF Crown Jewel, 2007 IF Planet X Singlespeed
you can get a Gunnar with track ends. and a Milwaukee. also, Seven cycles and Serotta, while both known for custom bikes have "production" bikes in stock sizes that you can get "customized" to be ss. and so does IF for that matter, and spot. all of the above, with the exception of the milwaukee are raceworthy (ie. light). if you are patient and look hard enough you might find a kelly knobby x on ebay/craigslist.