The Cube Attention 27.5" Hardtail Mountain Bike is a balanced hardtail with the new wheel size of 27.5" (650B) that are fast rolling and very agile on the trails. The Cube Agile Ride Geometry is designed around this new wheel size and has a pleasantly-relaxed seating position for longer, sporting rides with 30-speed shifter. Featuring Shimano Hydraulic 395 disc brakes with 160-mm discs gives you the best stopping power, even when it's wet so you can hit the trails with confidence rain or shine! The frame on this Cube hardtail mountain bike is optimised for the use of disc brakes and shines with internal cable routing which makes your bike look incredibly sleek!
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How is the paint finish on your frame? Does it seem really thin and have weird spots that look like grease stains? I just received my new frame and you can see the carbon weave on the top tube through the paint.
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We're hosting an unsanctioned Short Track Race Series at Lees McRae's short track trail in Banner Elk, NC. We'll be using some of their trails home to the 2013 USAC Collegiate National Championships. Please let me know if you have any questions otherwise we hope to see you there!
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I have no plans for Easter sunday and would like to get some riding in. I would like to try out patapsco, since I've never been there, and I would think tomorrow would be a good time to go as far as it being crowded., I understand there is a fee, so I have a few questions
First of all, will the p ... Read More »
I haven't posted here in probably 6 years, but I still ride, (a little :)). I subscribe to Baltimore Spokes and received this today:
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