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LEADER 721 RETRO

“The Retro 721 is an original design from back in 2009. To represent our original style in the fixed gear culture when it was in its golden day of bombing hills and having fun with your friends. The Black and White monotone design is universal to fit any style no matter how you wear your street wear or cycling kit.This retro has been one of our most popular models after a half a decade has passed, #StayingOrigiinal never goes out of Style!” - Leader Bikes

Frame:
2016 LD-721TR Retro 56cm

Fork/Headset:
LD-I805TR/VP, 1-1/8"-1.5"(46mm/56mm)

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
LD-corsa 48T 165mm /TANGE LN-3912 103mm

Pedals:
SPEEDPLAY Brass Knuckles Race Pedals

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
-/17T/KMC

Handlebars/Stem:
LD-Uptown w Pro Handlebar Alloy Endplug/Cinelli Vai Bianca Stem 120mm

Saddle/Seatpost:
San Marco Regale Test Wide+Flat/DEDA RSx02 Seatpost White w Pro Performance Seatpost Clamp

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
AEROSPOKE 700c/Track Hub/WTB thickslick PURE FIX 25C Black

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
6KU DEEP V/Flip-Flop Hub/WTB thickslick PURE FIX 28C White

Accessories:
MASH Gradient Bar Tape White/Red, Cinelli x Mike Giant Bar Tape Black, Cinelli x Mike Giant Kinks Pedal Straps, MASH Lens Spacer 10mm

More Info:
Originally purchased complete from BROTURES, India St, San Diego and rebuilt

Bike History

Click a link below to see past stages of this bike.

  1. Initial
  2. Upgrades

Added by loboloco. Last updated 7 months ago.

6 Comments

melac1

melac1 says:

just noticed the pic with the plane landing in the background. sick

Posted 7 months ago

loboloco

loboloco says:

Columbia Street on Bankers Hill in SD. Great pitstop if you ever get the chance

Posted 7 months ago

FrogGoat20shocking3

FrogGoat20shocking3 says:

dick!

Posted 7 months ago

Fredd

Fredd says:

Wow is 2009 already retro

Posted 8 months ago

loboloco

loboloco says:

All Leader is retro, RIP... jk. that's just the name of this color design

Posted 8 months ago

Fredd

Fredd says:

LOL
Build is indeed very circa 2009, would be more if bars were sooper narrow, but who has wrists for that anymore

Posted 7 months ago