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  1. #1
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    Leader Bike Build Pic Thread-Post Your Leader Builds!

    Hey,

    I've been seeing more Leader bikes show up in various threads and thought that it would be a nice idea to have one thread for people to show off their builds.

    Please keep all criticisms or opinions out of the thread with regards to the company Leader. This thread is for people to post their build projects using these frames, not as an avenue for diatribes.

    Here's my recently finished 722TS. Was built as my winter training bike, same geometry and position as my road bikes, same crank length too. I'm simply floored with the service and product that Leader has provided, outstanding. Feel free to PM me and I'll tell you all about it.

    Component list
    2010 722TS hydroformed steel frame
    Sram leftover cross crank (172.5)
    Specialized Langster fork
    FSA carbon seatpost
    Ritchey 90mm stem
    Selle Italia SLK saddle
    FSA Omega compact bars
    Cane Creek levers
    Campagnolo Zenon brakes
    Wheels
    -Shimano Sante front hub (salsa skewer), Dura Ace rear
    -15g spokes, 1x up front, 2x rear
    -Mavic OP w/25c Armadillo's




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    Senior Member LeaderBike's Avatar
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    Great Post!!!

    LB Team
    Contact us anytime via PM http://www.leaderbikeusa.com

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    Cool bike!

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    Why two front chainrings?
    Strike like an eagle and sacrifice the dove.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeaderBike View Post
    Great Post!!!

    LB Team

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    My build 2009 735tr

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    “When I was a kid I used to pray every night for a new bicycle. Then I realised that the Lord doesn't work that way so I stole one and asked Him to forgive me.”
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    nice man, looks like a blast to ride!

    double chainrings because it's a leftover cross crank

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    ew~

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    I heard I-Daughter wheels are just vuelta wheels w/ a I-Daughter decal on it and like hella more $$$! but yeah, very nice Leader!!!

    here is my leader-

    (old pic btw, I have a different seat and different rear wheel now!)

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    Senior Member BianchiDave's Avatar
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    All three are nice!
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