Project #4 this Year ! My Interpretation of a Leopard Tank .

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MARLON
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by MARLON

Get The Frame today .

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Leopard madone size 58 H2

Thomson x2 white Custom 120mm
Zipp sl tb or Rotundo Ltd Bar
Prologo scratch nack white
Prologo microtouch white
Rotor 3D with Aero Q's
Red Black Group with Leo light Blue decals
Fulcrum Racing Speed with New decals ( nö idea ??? )& veloflex Carbon / Extreme Tires !

Waiting for The flat 5mm conical Spacer in white

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Rumsas
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by Rumsas

Uhhh! looks sweet. I like these Leopard bikes

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MARLON
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by majklnajt

Nice!!!
Damn, love those tubs!


Why not H1 geometry? Afraid of spacer tower police? ;)

MARLON
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majklnajt wrote:Nice!!!
Damn, love those tubs!


Why not H1 geometry? Afraid of spacer tower police? ;)


Not afraid!
Dont like them
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by limba

That's going to be nice.

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I really like this frame. I think TREK has some of the best sizing options out there at the moment and if I didn't have my C59 I would seriously be looking at this.

Marlon, didn't you build up some rather unique wheels, using a Bora front hub and Hyperon rear hub and lacing these up to some Edge/Enve rims? How did you like those? Did they feel any different than say, the Racing Speeds you have for this build?

Looking forward to seeing the finished build.
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by majklnajt

I like it more and more!

MARLON
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Calnago wrote:I really like this frame. I think TREK has some of the best sizing options out there at the moment and if I didn't have my C59 I would seriously be looking at this.

Marlon, didn't you build up some rather unique wheels, using a Bora front hub and Hyperon rear hub and lacing these up to some Edge/Enve rims? How did you like those? Did they feel any different than say, the Racing Speeds you have for this build?

Looking forward to seeing the finished build.


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Awesome Wheels!
Like Boras& Racing Speed just 200 grams lighter
Breaking with The New Reynolds pads Is The best Breaking Performance i Ever had !
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BTW
Thats ww's Here , right?!

Frame 58 H2 incl Shimano Bearings

Fork uncut

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by yongkun

i love leopard paintscheme!

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Your wheels??

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majklnajt wrote:Your wheels??


Thinking about to Get them?
Like The look but Not The Riding :0@
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majklnajt
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Me? No, I got over it :D

Fulcrums are btter to ride than LW? Probably at higher speeds, but what about a low speed climbing?
I dont know, I only rode Obermayers once. On flat for about 1 km only :D

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