Leader Bikes "The Cure"

Shortly before a year, Leader Bike was founder, and C.E.O. Salvador Rombrosso was affected by pancreatic cancer. After the precision test, hospitalization and treatment were started at San Diego's UCSD cancer research facilities. Salvador's cancer, UCSD's Dr. Andrew Rowie, a well -known UCSD research, has been healed. Today, Salvador's cancer was completely cured, and he created a model called The Cure to dedicate to Dr. Andrew Lawy, who had cured the cancer. The "The Cure" created by a beautiful line, a pashute geometry design on the front, and not only in the United States, but also in Japan and Europe, and some of the sales of all the frames and completed cars. Donated to doctors' new cancer research and treatment for therapeutic drugs. This is the painful feeling that the leader bike C.E.O., who was invaded by cancer, wandered through the edge of death, and was still saved by modern medical technology, "I want people who suffer from cancer to help alone in the future." CURE ". "Hope to heal all cancer patients" - Salvador Lombrosso Leader Bikes The Cure ¥ 100,000 (+tax) ~ I customized CURE with such a moving secret story. Even though the entry model is completed, it is a motorcycle that is worth raising as you ride because it inherits the high -end model Kagero geometry. This time, the handle and front and rear wheels are customized so that it is easy to understand. CINELLI MASH BULHORN ¥ 17,500 (+Tax) BROTURES SHRED88 CARBON WHELL ¥ 55,000 (+Tax) Aerospoke Natural Carbon ¥ 52,000 (+Tax) Because it is a unique silhouette CURE, it is easy to get a style even if you put it all black. Even if the color is made with fine parts, it will definitely fit if it is a black frame. You can take it home on the same day even with such a custom. Please feel free to contact us as we will create immediately with the quotation alone. Please contact us by e -mail and telephone.
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