yeah, I've been riding mine for about a year and a half now. It's a great frame. The blue doesn't photograph well, but in the sun it just about glows -- it's a transparent blue topcoat over a pearl white base. The rear track ends are kind of short, so running a double fixed hub with different cogs you would probably be limited to a two tooth difference before you had to shorten the chain. $395 is a great price for this fine frame.
Thanks. Is it drilled for a brake in front? And how would you describe the geometry? True track? Streetish track? The website makes it seem like all their non-sloping Olmo frames have the same geometry.
The Gara Pista is a beautiful frame. It's track, with no drillings for brakes. It's Dedaccai Cromoly tubing which is sturdy stuff. If I didn't already have a nice frame, I'd pick that up for that price.