Function over form. The Old School Hard Core Rider (OSHCR) views a bicycle as a utilitarian piece of equipment. As necessary in every day life as a pair of shoes. Make it strong. Make it handle. Make it fast. Make it last. That, my friend, is what the OSHCR demands. Make it cool. Make it unique. Make it mine. These are the things that the OSHCR deserve as well. There is a package that offers everything.
To the you I offer the Shillelagh, for those that like to hammer. The Shillelagh is built for the track. Sure you can ride it on the street but this isn't a road bike converted to a track bike. This is a track race bike through and through. 120mm hub spacing for that perfect chainline that track bikes offer and built for all the riding that you want to dish out. Typical geometry is aggressive but built to suit you with short compact chainstays and horizontal top tube. This set up delivers telepathic steering. You think it, it goes. Brakes? You want brakes? Fine, you can have them . . . on the fork.