Cube Bikes Acid 27.5 Hardtail
Product DescriptionA balanced hardtail with the new 27.5" wheel size – fast rolling and quick reacting. It still offers a comfortable, relaxed riding position for longer rides. The cross-ovalized down tube is manufactured using the Advanced Mechanical forming process, designed for high durability. The frame is made of Aluminum Lite 6061 and specially built for use with disc brakes. The 27.5 RFR geometry delivers a comfortable riding position due to a shorter top tube. Shimano 3x10 components with a Shimano XT rear derailleur are very reliable. The lightweight Rock Shox 30 Gold Air suspension fork comes with with PopLoc, 100mm suspension travel and adjustable air pressure. Also included are Shimano 395 disc brakes for reliable stopping power and the CUBE ZX 24 wheelset fitted with Schwalbe Smart Sam 2.25 comfort tires. The Scape Active 8 is a comfortable saddle for hours of riding.
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