Cube Bikes Stereo 29er Full Suspension
Product DescriptionThe 140mm of travel and the rest of the package are aimed at very demanding all-mountain riders who seek their challenge on technical trails in themountains. The Efficient Trail Control four link 29er frame with Advanced Twin Mold construction has our ARG geometry for agile handling with typical 29er fast-rolling features. Trail Motion Rocker gives perfect kinematics in all riding situations.Thesuperlight Sram XX1 1x11 transmission is complemented by a Race Face Next SL DM carbon crank with excellent stiffness to weight ratio. The DT Swiss 190 straight pull hubs and Reynolds MTN29 AM tubeless-ready carbon rims are superfast and stiff.
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