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F. Moser Leader AX

Bike tags: Road bike | Leader AX | Moser | Oria Tubing
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Moser, Leader AX / 55 cm / 1995

ITM Pro-2 / ITM Eclypse

Moser Steel Unicrown / Campagnolo Record

Mavic Open Pro / Campagnolo Record / Conti GP 4000

Mavic Open Pro / Campagnolo Record / Conti GP 4000

Campagnolo Chorus Crankset / Record BB

San Marco Rolls / Timec Seatpost

Campagnolo SGR / C10

Campagnolo Record Shifters/ Chorus Front and Rear Derailers

Campagnolo Record Calipers and Shifters

12-23 / 53-42

Silver Brazed, Oria KK Multi-shaped tubing
Tight Frame Geometry

People who friended this bike brainvacation77, cannonhugodale, georgecostansa, YOTOC2000, Splined, GeologyJoe, A-ko, tracksloth, per.k, phantom1313

This is fantastic! Was never

This is fantastic! Was never a fan of the unicrown leader forks but it looks good anyway. Well done build. I'd love to take a spin :)

moser leader

great looking bike.
I have one just like it, in fact I joined velospace just to find others like this.
A question for you, what size rear tire do you use? I ask this because I'm using a 23c and only have about 5mm clearance to the seat tube and if the wheel has the slightest skip it will rub the underside of the rear break. So i'm wondering if you had/have a similar issue.


Thanks. The tires are Conti


The tires are Conti GP 4000's 700c x 20mm's. I originally set 23mm Michelin Race Pro2's on it and had the same issue your describing with the potential for tire rub on the seat tube. Purchasing these alleviated my worry, and I have had no compaints on the ride quality or durability of the tire.

I ordered them from and at the time of purchase, the 20mm's shown on the bike only came in black. They're going on two years old and still have plenty of life left in them.

wow, this thing is beautiful

wow, this thing is beautiful


Thanks for the kind comment. The paint scheme and chrome forks/rear triangle blend very well. And more importantly, the ride is pretty amazing.

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