Leonardi Racing does have motre than 30 years of bike experience. They started out as an italien bike shop and evolved to a producer of creative and high quality solutions for cyclists and mechanics. Today they do manufacture a variety of tools and components.
For one there are the General Lee cassettes. The big chainring is machined alloy and the complete rest is machined out of a single piece of steel and heat treated afterwards. Available in 11- and 12-speed, always starting out with a tiny 9T cog and made to fit Sram XD(R) freehub bodies. The alloy chainring is anodizised and available in different colours.
Another one are the Capo crank sets. CNC machined alloy, 4 length between 165 and 175 mm, several colours for crank and crankbolt, a variety of spindles to meet almost all requirements and suitable direkztmount chainrings. The crank does use the widely known 3 or 8 bolt interface for chainring or powermeter.
The available spindles require a DUB bottom bracket and cover a wide range:
Gravel (chainline 49 mm), Boost (chainline 52 mm), Cannondale SI (chainline 55 mm), DUB XL Wide (chainline 55 mm) and soon even Fatbike.
Leonardi Racing asked me to ship this parts to local bike shops only. You would like to have this parts within your shop? Let me know.
Some samples to check out: