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Leader 725

This is my Point A-B bike for commuting from The Mission to SOMA in SF. And general city hooligan riding.

Leader 725 Gloss White 58cm 2014

Leader 1806A Aluminum Fork/ FSA Headset

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Sram Omnium 172.5mm/ GXP Bottom Bracket

MKS NJS Clips w Toshi Double Straps

15T Euro Asia Imports/ 48T Chainring/ 1/8" Power Chain

Cinelli Pepper riser bars

San Marco Zolocan/ Nitto Jaguar Stem

Dia-Comp BRS-101 Caliper w Dia-Comp Gold Finger Hand Brake

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
H Plus Son TB14/ Phil Woot 32h/ Gatorskin

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
H Plus son TB14/ Gran Compe/ Gatorskin

Bike History

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

  1. Initial Stage
  2. Low Pro Urban Build.

Current Stage Info:

Urban assault with super comfy risers make this a really great bike to spin at high speed. Low Pro rims help with cross-winds and give me a slightly softer but responsive ride on uneven pavement as happens in SOMA.

This build is after returning the first frame for a warranty issue.

Added by Tylander. Last updated over 9 years ago.

As of over 9 years ago, Tylander has indicated that they no longer own this bike.



Noob_Rider says:

Nice Leader ! Enjoy !

Posted almost 10 years ago


Dumbfounded says:

Get a longer seat post to save your frame pal.

Posted almost 10 years ago


nico says:

what´s up with that seatpost? nice ride tough!

Posted about 10 years ago


JSTEWART304 says:

I was curious about it too. I assume it's a set back post but not sure.

Posted about 10 years ago


Tylander says:

Soooo its loose in the downtube because I just cracked the clamping piece of the tube. I was off on seatpost diameter by .2mm and thought it would hold. I ended up overtightening even with a shim in to add diameter to the post.

Also yes the post is generally just a little too short. I'm debating going longer, or just sizing up the frame 1cm since I'm currently calling in the warranty on the frame.

Posted almost 10 years ago


JSTEWART304 says:


Posted about 10 years ago