Uncovered: Team GB’s secret Olympic track bike that costs £55,000

British Cycling created the new frame in-house through 3D printing

A UKSI bike frame and Will Tidball collage
(Image credit: UKSI / Will Palmer SWPix)

British Cycling has secretly developed a new track bike frame that could be used at next year’s Paris Olympics, Cycling Weekly can reveal. 

The frame, which goes under the moniker UKSI-BC1, was designed and produced by in-house experts, together with the performance innovation team from the UK Sports Institute (UKSI). 

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