Cube Bikes AIM XC Hardtail

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MSRP : $564.49

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To withstand daily use and the quality that goes along with that is the core of our Comp-series. The models in the Comp-series are best suited for sporty hobby riders, who like riding in nature. The frames of the Comp series bikes are mainly built from high quality heat treated 7005 aluminium. This type of aluminium has a long lifespan and is corrosion resistant. A cross oversized profiled down tube and welded gussets to minimize stress on the headtube are guarantees for a stabile handling frame with a long life and a high fun factor. The RFR geometry confirms the tour character, the top tube is shortened a bit to create a more relaxed position on the bike. Don‘t let this fool you, the Comp series are just as agile and ready to race as the Pro series. The clean and tidy cable routing underneath the down tube keeps the cables clean and can‘t wound the rider. All models in the Comp series are prepared to mount racks and disc brakes when they are not part of the standard specifications. Well balanced with a comfortable geometry, a safe feeling and high quality characterise our Comp series models. These positive aspects make them reliable partners for all your adventures. The choice between the Aim with v-brakes, the Attention with hydraulic rim brakes or the Analog with lockout is up to you. You might possibly even choose the Acid because of the discbrakes and lockout.

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by MTB_CUBE_AIM a Downhiller from Reading

Date Reviewed: September 3, 2009

Strengths:    Very nice looks, great Shimano parts, nice rapidfire gear shifters, strong frame, 24 gears- enough, no faults yet and a lot for you money

Weaknesses:    The forks are a bit of a disappoitment

Bottom Line:   
Very nice bike i would recommend it to anybody without hesitation

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Favorite Trail:   Winnersh Triangle

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $720.00

Purchased At:   ChainReactionBikes.c

Similar Products Used:   Carrera Fury Am

Bike Setup:   Nothing Special

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