Boardman Bikes has released a limited edition track bike to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Chris Boardman’s Olympic gold medal in the individual pursuit at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics.

Only 92 of the Elite Series TK/20 will be produced, each signed by Boardman himself and will cost £999.99 (UK) or $1599.99 in the US and Australia.

The bike features a track geometry triple-butted alumnium frame and aero carbon fork. Components includes Truvativ Omnium GXP chainset, Fizik Arione saddle and cboardman Carbon/Pro finishing kit. Gold decals finish off the special edition look.

Unusually for a track bike, front and rear brakes can be fitted to make it more suitable for those that wish to use it as a fixed-wheel or singlespeed machine on the road.

“Success on the track in ’92 was the springboard for my career as a pro rider,” said Boardman, who is the research and development director at the bike firm that bears his name.

“Every hour spent in the velodrome paid back ten fold when I started to ride for a pro tour team. Track cycling might be a specific beast but I wanted to create a bike that could, without compromise, also be used on the road, so brake compatibility has been designed in. It would certainly make a unique fast-fixie!”

Boardman’s pursuit gold in 1992 is perceived by many as the start of Great Britain’s success in track and road cycling in the modern era.

Website: http://www.boardmanbikes.com/

  • Mr. Leslie Crowther

    What a beautifull looking bike, all anyone can do at the moment is look at the pictures and read the write up, this alone should create enough interest for people to be more than just interested, you even have the oppertunity to put brakes on, ( would there be enough room road race blades as well ?) scunk stripes are not that nice when you arrive at work.
    There’s only 92 being made, i have entered the compertition in the hope of being one of the lucky 92.
    If i am, i’m afraid words would fail me, but i would be so proud and would not have to use my mountain bike to comute work anymore.
    This machine may have been a while in the making but definatley worth the wait.
    Thankyou Chris Boardman for a great bike, and what a fantastic chance we have been given to maybe win one.
    Good luck to all that enter, and for those that do win Many Many happy hours of riding.
    Your’s Mr. Les Crowther.