The Cube Analog 29er Hardtail Mountain Bike is designed for the adventure leisure and fitness seekers that want to spice up their routine ride; this hardtail mountain bike is great fun on rough terrain and thanks to its 29" RFR geometry, it delivers a comfortable yet sporty seating position due to the shorter top tube. The bigger wheels means better control on the trails with a larger contact from the wheel to the ground and is ideal for those bigger obstacles that you thought you couldn’t do on a 26” mountain bike. The bike features a cross-ovalized down tube which is manufactured using Cube’s Advanced Mechanical forming process which is designed for high durability which is perfect for trail riding. The Cube 29er mountain bike also boasts a lightweight Aluminum Lite 6061 frame which is specially designed for use with disc brakes for unbeatable stopping power.
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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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »