So, I already have the most important part... a set of excited strong legs.
My goal is to spend as little money as possible until I have decided that this is something I will pursue further.
I have read around this forum trying to gather some info and I have decided that I will be choosing between the Kilo tt, the kilo tt pro, and the motobecane track.
I know that these are not ideal bikes, and I expect to grow out of whatever I start on in less than 2 years. Once I decide weather I will be able to work up to competing at a high level, I will decide weather or not to invest in a better bike. I'm 24 and I would like to be able to travel and win some races.
I unfortunately will be buying via bd
Here are my questions:
The geometry is apparently exactly the same on the Kilo TT and the Pro version, are the upgrades in parts worth the extra $90?
Also, The bottom bracket height is a little higher on the motobecane track than the Kilos, but the wheelbase is a little longer, would that be better geometry? It is significantly cheaper too at $280
The Motobecane does have lower quality parts, but I'm interested in what I can do at first, not my bike. Basically this first bike is coming along for the ride, so I want to know what I can get away with on the price. I just need something that will hold up while I make my attempt to break into the world of track racing.