Cube Bikes Analog 27.5 Hardtail

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The Frame Save System of the hardtail mountain bike consists of a replaceable derailleur hanger with a thread in the hanger and the cross-ovalized down tube is manufactured using Advanced Mechanical forming process, designed for high durability which is essential for tough trails. The Cube Analog comes with is built around a Aluminum Lite 6061 frame which is especially designed for use with disc brakes and is combined with the 27.5 ARG geometry to deliver a comfortable yet sporty seating position for better control.

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Cube Analog Disc 2012 upgrade (crankset, bottom bracket, tyres, saddle, mudguards)

Hello everyone! I've bought a [I]Cube Analog Disc 2012[/I] last year. Now I want to replace and upgrade some parts. I don't really understand bike components on a decent level, so I seek your advice. Here are the parts that I want to replace: [B]1. 9-speed crankset Shimano FC-M430 44x32x22T, 175mm ... Read More »

Soma Analog 650b conversion

Has anyone done or know of a conversion done on this frame? I would like to try the 650b thing and thinking with the sliding drops this might work. Or is there anyone near Breckenridge, CO that has a 650b wheel set I could place a rear wheel in the frame to check the clearance? Thanks in advance.Read More »

Surly 1x1 Vs Soma Analog

So it's time to replace my beloved DMR trailstar Mk3.... living in Nelson NZ where the trails are steep the H/A is just too steep 72 with a fox van 125. I'm looking at a Soma analog which I will run with the van to take it out to about 69 degrees, also looking at the Surly 1x1 which is cheaper a ... Read More »

SOMA Analog!?! Size 17" Are there any out there?

I am stubborn- I like my 26'ers and I want a nice steel hardtail. SOMA has a really, nice one but it appears to be sold out. I sent, email after email with no response. Just wondering if anyone here has any information on the future of the Analog. I am thinking I may just go with an On-One Inb ... Read More »

The ANALOG Bike Thread

Suspension - nah. Dropper seat post - sounds painful. Gears - maybe, in 110bcd. Outboard bearings - does that have to do with sailing? Disc brakes - brakes slow you down; I thought the point was to go fast. Let's see those analog bikes that you still love to rail. Don't be shy. Be pro ... Read More »

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