Leopard Cycles XC1 XC Hardtail

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MSRP : $2150.00

Product Description

The Leopard XC1 mountain bike. Race proven and aggressively tested in Northern California and national XC events. Rear triangle offers superior power transfer and has a unique chainstay design offering exceptional dampening. Tube-to-tube construction Frame weight: 985 gms (16”) 5 star stiffness and 4.5 star compliance 12K weave finish.

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