Leader Bike LD-6000 Frameset

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $1299.00


Product Description

The 6000 picks up where last years' 5000 series left off. This time the man is back and badder than ever, toting a sweeping carbon fiber downtube to help beat down mountain bike thugs and restore peace to the mountain community. The package is lighter this year as well as stronger and more comfortable. This lets you climb as fast as any hardtail, and then outrun them on a nasty singletrack.
  • Example Size: 19" (c-t)
  • Top Tube: 57.35cm
  • Head Angle: 71.1
  • Chainstay length: 43.33cm
  • Weight: 6.5lbs
  • Travel: 3-4inches
  • Bottom Bracket: 68mm english
  • Seatpost: 31.4mm
  • Front Derailleur: top pull
  • 100% Shimano and Sram Compatible
  • International standard disk brake

    3K Carbon full monocoque front triangle, hardend aluminum in the rear


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    User Reviews

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by Andrew from Sydney, NSW, Australia

    Date Reviewed: November 5, 2005

    Strengths:    The Carbon fiber frame is very light weighing in at 2.95Kg. With its aluminium rear end which makes it super tough. The frame itself just looks awesome and is the best i've seen so far. If your after excellent service and wanting heads to turn then this is the frame to get.

    Weaknesses:    None!!!

    Bottom Line:   
    When they say its bullet proof there not wrong!!! Once you get on this machine, it will take you on a ride so fast you just dont want to get off. Bottom Line if your looking for a frame with the best performance then you wont go wrong with the Leader LD6000. AWESOME!

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    Duration Product Used:   6 months

    Price Paid:    $750.00

    Purchased At:   Leader Bike USA

    Similar Products Used:   Storcks Carbon Organic Light and EPX Carbon Terrashark Mountain Bike.

    Bike Setup:   Looks Fournales Carbon Suspension Forks, Control Tech Carbon bar end and Control Tech Carbon Aero Seatpost, Carbon Pro Stem And Carbon Pro Handle Bar, Avid Juicy 7 Hydraulic brakes, FSA Platinum Bottom Bracket, FSA MTB Carbon Crankand Shimano Clip/Clipless MTB pedals,Composite Wheelsets and Hubs from Aerospokes with Continental slick tyres, XTR front derrailleur,XTR rear derrailleur, XTR Cassette and Chain, Fizik Carbon Seatpost, Rear Air Suspension came with the frame i bought frame Leader Cycles.



    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by Casey Chatwotrth a Downhiller from Riverside, CA, USA

    Date Reviewed: August 31, 2002

    Strengths:    6lb frame, No bobbing, Carbon Frame, Strong Aluminum Rear End, Looks better than most. Excelent Customer Service.

    Weaknesses:    I want another for XC riding.

    Bottom Line:   
    I’ve ridden some knurly bikes in my time. Some are lame but not my Leader 6000. This baby rocks! No jumping or skidding around. Rides on target. With its carbon frame and bulletproof aluminum rear end. I can concentrate on what is ahead and not what is under. I tell everyone to back off when they want to ride my machine. Because when they do they want to give it back. To all you bike Mags wake up and test the 6000. This thing kicks but.

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    Favorite Trail:   THE PIPE IN OXNARD

    Duration Product Used:   6 months

    Price Paid:    $1099.00

    Purchased At:   Chula Vista Cyclery

    Similar Products Used:   Trek Fual (too bobally), Klein Mantis (hard to control), giant MCM (cool hardtale)

    Bike Setup:   rock Shox Psylo, Sram 9.0 with shimano XTR, FSA Carbon Cranks, Leader Carbon Rider Bar, Leader Carbon Post, Ritchy Wheels, Shimano XT Downhill Pedals (the best), and Magura Disk Brakes. :)

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