Im just saying what your definition of "classic"? A little more info would be useful for us. Some people think 1980's would be a classic. Personally, I think it would be a 1960's-1970's bike to be a classic. Everything else is just in limbo.
Originally Posted by PedallingATX
dude...you can't "no ****" something THAT ****. That's like saying "sometimes I just like to make out with dudes...no ****"
i would love an njs bike. but i dont have the cash for that. and i dont really want the kilo. i just wanted to know so i could have a good chance of just searching it on google, and finding a website that i could buy a nice bike from.
That's not "old style track" at all. Even the kilo has a lugged fork.
I suggest the SE Premium brew frameset. 250 bikeisland, shipping included, frame/fork/headset. Lugged frame and fork, very nice looking dropouts too.
I agree with the other guy, NJS is what you are looking for - but the prices are absurd for the hipsters looking for NJS everything, no matter what the price, even though they arent even keirin racers.