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Old 01-06-09, 11:45 PM   #1
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Bar and Stem size

Hi everyone.

We got many people who have asked us to offer more equipment other than framesets. so far we will have complete wheel sets end of this month.

We now want to make high quality bars and stem.

I was asked to find out what size drop bar and quill stem you would use on your bike. Your assistance would greatly help Leader choose the best part sizes to offer.

We can make the bar in 400mm or 420mm center to center. stem can come in 90mm, 100mm, 110mm, and 120mm.

So far we will offer these parts in full Anodize black and high polish plated finish (looks like chrome finish)

These parts are made of butted ultra light aluminum.

I want to thank everyone in Advance for the opportunity to serve you better.

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Old 01-07-09, 12:33 AM   #2
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Make all of the sizes because the list of properly fit bikes will include all of the sizes listed.
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I'm 6'1" with a 32" inseam. Taller than most riders but, still normal. I ride a 110 stem with 44cm road bars 42cm track bars.
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run the gamut. thats not a bad range, but people covet their 36cm nittos too.
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40cm bars and 100mm stem.
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40cm/90mm

I'd really love to see some more 26.0 clamp alloy bars that are modelled after the deda pista shape, rather than the nitto track bars.
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Thank You

I want to thank everyone for the input. We welcome advice anytime.

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I'd really love to see some more 26.0 clamp alloy bars that are modelled after the deda pista shape, rather than the nitto track bars.
this is good advice. i love my 39cm B125AAs, but i wish there were more options in 26.0 (or 25.4 even) sleeved alu bars, without having to search for NOS modolo or ITM pistas. even a remake of the cinelli crits in 40cm would be spectacular.
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