Track & Road/Track Models

Viking Track and Road/Track frames tended to follow the road frames in terms of lugs and tubing, but generally had more upright angles and round-section fork blades.  It is believed that the majority were drilled for at least a front brake in recognition of the popularity of fixed-wheel track style bikes for time-trialling.  For a period, they also offered a “Clockmaster” frame and bike, which had the angles and fork of a “Trackmaster” but with road dropouts, so that it could more easily be fitted with gears, also of course facilitating wheel removal for tyre-changing.