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Bday gift: street bicycle.

Frame:
Leader 722 Heritage Lo

Fork/Headset:
Heritage Brazed CrMo/ Tange TG$

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Leader Alloy 7075 CNC’d / 165mm

Pedals:
Shimaho spd

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Fixed – 17T HT4130 / All city 144 48t

Handlebars/Stem:
Jamis pista dropbars / origin 8

Saddle/Seatpost:
Leader Aluminum SPA4 27.2mm / Leader Cosmic Microsuede

Brakes:
Breaks are death

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Leader 42mm deep / 32H / 700c

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
China carbon fiber 88mm / 700c

Added by Iamcatmanpuff_. Last updated almost 9 years ago.

20 Comments

bicycle862

bicycle862 says:

nice bicycle

Posted over 8 years ago

otiswolf

otiswolf says:

Hay man, i think i saw you on the Brooklyn Bridge one day.

Posted almost 9 years ago

Iamcatmanpuff_

Iamcatmanpuff_ says:

Yea maybe I'm all over the place on my bike

Posted almost 9 years ago

Noypi

Noypi says:

Nice!

Posted almost 9 years ago

Iamcatmanpuff_

Iamcatmanpuff_ says:

Thanks

Posted almost 9 years ago

MGear4817

MGear4817 says:

I was so close to buying one of these. Nice job making it your own. Looks awesome.

Posted almost 9 years ago

Iamcatmanpuff_

Iamcatmanpuff_ says:

:)

Posted almost 9 years ago

Iamcatmanpuff_

Iamcatmanpuff_ says:

I'm not done building it

Posted almost 9 years ago

Iamcatmanpuff_

Iamcatmanpuff_ says:

@B98So smooth dood so smooth.

@atombomb I like my saddle like that

Posted almost 9 years ago

Atombomb

Atombomb says:

Level that saddle and drop it.

Posted almost 9 years ago

Atombomb

Atombomb says:

It's ergonomics. Your limiting your potential. Your weight is being shifted forward as you are sliding forward. Wrist take on force they aren't meant to. But yeah man it's your bike, just offering some sound advice

Posted almost 9 years ago

Iamcatmanpuff_

Iamcatmanpuff_ says:

Thank u I might do that

Posted almost 9 years ago

Iamcatmanpuff_

Iamcatmanpuff_ says:

I usually keep my seat post leveled to my waist and I don't like been lower on my bike I like to be up and it doesn't reduce my speed what so ever I've lowered my seat post before and I didn't like the feel of it everyone rides different

Posted almost 9 years ago

Atombomb

Atombomb says:

The largest parts of the saddle should be appropriately accepting the weight of your body through your ischial tuberosities. It will help with power transfer, endurance as well as decreasing all that stress on your wrist which could develop median and ulnar nerve issues big time.

Posted almost 9 years ago

Atombomb

Atombomb says:

It's a slick frame bro. I like what you got going on

Posted almost 9 years ago

Iamcatmanpuff_

Iamcatmanpuff_ says:

I'm gonna do everything but lower my seat post

Posted almost 9 years ago

Atombomb

Atombomb says:

Saddle leveling usually requires an accompanying drop in seatpost height to allow appropriate knee flexion/extension. Good luck!

Posted almost 9 years ago

Iamcatmanpuff_

Iamcatmanpuff_ says:

I'm 6'2

Posted almost 9 years ago

Atombomb

Atombomb says:

Leveling it will increase posterior pelvic tilt, effectively raise your hip joint and you'll feel like your having to point your toes downward to compensate during the revolution. It won't be too much of a seat post drop. But man you're a tall dude!

Posted almost 9 years ago

B96

B96 says:

I still like this frame, right behind the Kagero, looks great! How does it ride?

Posted almost 9 years ago