Cube Bikes Stereo All Mountain Full Suspension

The central and comfortable position on the Stereo provides a relaxed seat on the Stereo. During the ride the Dual Trail Control suspension climbs without bobbing, has plenty of grip and great transmission. Rough downhills and technical sections are the Stereo´s cup of tea. The black anodised Stereo is available with XTR, K24; The one and K18 build. The Milky Green is available in K18 and K24 build.

The impressive Dual Trail Control suspension on the Stereo inspires. The rear end stays glued to the surface and does not bob even in the roughest terrain. The perfect handling and efficient transmission provide you with fun and performance. The comfortable position and the active 140mm travel make the Stereo the best All Mountain bike available.

User Reviews (4)

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Boaz   Weekend Warrior [Aug 13, 2011]
Strength:

Low weight, the right combination of long travel and technical routes, best for both up and down hill, looks good

Weakness:

need monthly treetment

Go anf get yourself the stereo. you cant go wrong.

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RATING
4
VALUE
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4
ccrdave   Weekend Warrior [Oct 05, 2009]
Strength:

excellent spec for the price, very fast, more comfortable than any bike I have had before and miles better than my stumpjumper. I feel much more confident on this bike than any other, the rockshoxs forks are very good once you get them dailed in. rear fox rp23 is excellent

Weakness:

I cant fit my hope rear hub, didnt like the tyres it came with (fat alberts) and the excellent fisik gobixm saddle was white but the nice bike shop man changed it for a black one!!

I love this bike but I really want to fit my hope rear hub, the cube bolt through axle is 140mm and my hope hub is 135mm, I notice one of the other posters has fitted hope hubs, can anybody tell me how they did it please

Similar Products Used: stumpjumper, scott, carrera
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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Hardyj   Weekend Warrior [Mar 20, 2009]
Strength:

Had the best ride of my life, expecially on the downhills and technical trails. Stable and easy to manouver, feels confident when riding. Other riders would comment - Nice Bike and wish I`d had one. Enjoyed the uphill only after lowering the stem downwords and straight handlebar.

Weakness:

Rear derailleur hanger abit soft and tend to bend inwards (only if you fall) did cause the chain to suck in and break a spoke. It happened twice

This is the best bike to ride and will build up your confidence on the trail. Other riders will comment that it`s a good bike and wish they had one.

Similar Products Used: Cannondale V2000, Cannondale F3000, Specialised Stumpjumper, Trek 6500, Rocky Mountain ETSX70
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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Arne Bjarne   Weekend Warrior [Feb 08, 2008]
Strength:

Really versatile, it sticks to the ground going up and sucks up bumps flawlessly on technical root -and sharp-edged stone-filled trails. Going downhill, it really inspires to push forward and downward and just go straight at the hairiest line.
The suspension feels really bottomless, but doesnt bob
The balance is very good, easy to push through corners and to fast direction changes, still stable at speed
(E-type front derailleur is perfect:keeps chain in place no matter what)
Its quite modestly priced

Weakness:

With my setup, the front tend to get a bit high going uphill

A really, really well put together bike which pedals perfectly and is very inspiring on the trails. The more technical, the better :)

Its not a xc racer, but if u like technical trails, this is a bike to check out

Similar Products Used: My old, still going strong Kona Hoss, Specialized enduro (only demoed 30mins on trail)
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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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