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Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes Stereo 170 SL 2020
Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes Stereo 170 SL 2020
CUBE Bikes Stereo 170 SL

Continuing from the well-received Stereo 150, Cubes latest addition to the Stereo range is the long travel Stereo 170. The Stereo range has never had such a long travel bike, but modern riders are now demanding more travel, bigger wheels and very little in the way of compromise. Cube has not strayed too far from the traditional Stereo design and…

Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes AMS 100 C:68 TM 29 2019
Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes AMS 100 C:68 TM 29 2019
CUBE Bikes AMS 100 C:68 TM 29

There is a trend developing which is somewhat at odds with the gravity fed world of enduro and downhill. Recent history has seen the proliferation of exceptionally capable bikes which can be winched back to the top of a hill time and time again, but what happens if rather than making downhill bikes climb better, you make an XC bike…

Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes Hyde Race 2019
Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes Hyde Race 2019
CUBE Bikes Hyde Race

A bit of an odd bike for an MTB magazine you might say, but bear with us, and of course the N+1 rule always applies. When Rou broke his leg and ankle, last year biking was off the cards, however as soon as he felt he could ride a bike again the urge was to stick to the roads, rather…

Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes Stereo 140 HPC SL 2018
Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes Stereo 140 HPC SL 2018
CUBE Bikes Stereo 140 HPC SL

When Cube rolled out their 2018 range last year it featured a mix of both old favourites and revamped models. The Stereo range didn't get a huge overhaul other than some tidy batteries on the electric range, and in the standard bikes, the 120 and 160 remained unchanged. It was the 140 that had seen the full makeover and was…

Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes Stereo 150 TM 29 2018
Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes Stereo 150 TM 29 2018
CUBE Bikes Stereo 150 TM 29

The story behind the new Stereo has already been told when I wrote up the first ride a few months back. In short, Cube's enduro team had access to a long travel 650b bike but chose to ride the shorter travel 29er (stereo 140) and Greg Callaghan ended up winning the Irish round of the EWS on board the big…

Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes Stereo Hybrid 160 SL 500 27.5 2018
Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes Stereo Hybrid 160 SL 500 27.5 2018
CUBE Bikes Stereo Hybrid 160 SL 500 27.5

Cube has been in the ebike game since the start, and are now refining their mountain bike offer into an even more sleek package. For this year the Stereo Hybrid hides it's battery inside the down tube to create a fully integrated system. The Hybrid 160 is their biggest hitting ebike with 160mm of rear travel coupled with a 170mm…

Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes Stereo 140 HPA SL 27.5 2017
Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes Stereo 140 HPA SL 27.5 2017
CUBE Bikes Stereo 140 HPA SL 27.5

The Stereo range is broad and is a name applied to lots of bikes in the Cube range. They all feature the same suspension platform but come in 4 different travel sizes, 120mm, 140mm, 150mm and 160mm. They are available in aluminium or carbon (in some models), 27.5 or 29er and the 150mm version is now with Plus size tyres.…

Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes STEREO HYBRID 140 HPA Race 500 27.5 2017
Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes STEREO HYBRID 140 HPA Race 500 27.5 2017
CUBE Bikes STEREO HYBRID 140 HPA Race 500 27.5

Cube have been at the cutting edge of e-bikes since the beginning, and a huge amount of their sales are now electric, across all types of bikes. The Stereo range is the heart of their full suspension mountain bike line up, and have 'e' versions to match their purely human powered siblings. The Stereo 140 is simply their 140mm chassis,…

Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes Reaction GTC SL 29  2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes Reaction GTC SL 29  2016
CUBE Bikes Reaction GTC SL 29

The Reaction SL is a race ready full carbon 29er with speed on its mind and not much else. Aimed at the rider looking for a fast XC bike that isn’t going to break the bank it sits just below the Elite models in their XC race range. Two sizes are available in 27.5 wheeled guise, 16” and 18” and…

Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes Stereo 120 HPA SL 2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes Stereo 120 HPA SL 2016
CUBE Bikes Stereo 120 HPA SL

The Stereo range from Cube is large, and the name doesn't best describe the bikes which are grouped within it. Featuring the 120, through 140 and 160, with many options including wheel sizes and frame materials, it is a large line-up incorporating a lot of different bikes, styles and intended purposes. This is the shortest travel of the Stereo range…

Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes Stereo 160 C:62 Race 27.5 2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes Stereo 160 C:62 Race 27.5 2016
CUBE Bikes Stereo 160 C:62 Race 27.5

The Cube Stereo range stands in the market as an extensive arsenal of weapons. A popular and long-standing bike which comes in many differing guises, from 120 to 160mm travel and with frames made of either aluminium or carbon fibre, this one being the 160 C:62 Race. This means that it sports 160mm of travel at both the front and…

Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes Stereo Hybrid 160 HPA Action Team 500 27.5  2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - CUBE Bikes Stereo Hybrid 160 HPA Action Team 500 27.5  2016
CUBE Bikes Stereo Hybrid 160 HPA Action Team 500 27.5

The new 2016 Stereo Hybrid Action Team appears to be taking e-bikes to the next level by combining a top-end enduro bike and adding a power boost in the form of a 250W pedal-assist motor. With a redesigned frame adorned with some of the finest components and equipment available, the Stereo looks to be one of the most capable e-bikes…

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The most uncompromising race full Susser ever built? possibly. Cube Bikes finest C:68 carbon, crafted into a chassis that's as ruthlessly efficient as it is…

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Rémy Métailler hits Valley Cliff

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3 weeks ago

Rémy Métailler shares some insight on how to ride safer and better. Any other tips? Comment below!

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4 weeks ago

Remy Metailler shares 'the thing no one tells you about e-bikes!'.

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1 month ago

Rémy Métailler enjoying the Squamish trails!

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1 month ago

Rémy Métailler enjoying a day out on Squamish's rock slabs. (This video was filmed during the pandemic, which is why Rémy is riding on his…

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1 month ago

If you are lucky enough to still ride during the lockdown, there is no need to take risks right now! Remy Metailler shares the easiest…

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2 months ago

Rémy Métailler takes us back to 2017 down the mythical Urban Downhill of Taxco - Enjoy the ride.

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2 months ago

16-year-old Jackson Goldstone and Rémy Métailler head down Squamish's best technical black diamond trail. Rémy first met Jackson Goldstone when he was a kid sending…

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3 months ago

Rémy Métailler shows us he is human after all! In this video both he and Tito Tomasi venture out in Tito's backyard around the famous…

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3 months ago

Crazy riding in the south of France with Rémy Métailler and Nico Quere: I met Nico when we I was riding in the south of…

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4 months ago

Remy Metailler hops on the 'Dream Build' bandwaggon with his version, this rather fetching Cube Stereo 170: I have always wanted to do a Dream…

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Issue 63

We have bikes and components on test from Cube, Vitus, SRAM, Vecnum, Gloworm, Ravemen and Julbo this issue, see what the test team made of it all right here!

3 months ago
Issue 63

Check out these awesome MTB photos!

3 months ago
Issue 62

Have we finally reached acceptance of E-MTB's? As the decade draws to a close Rou looks at the developments our sport has seen and asks where it might be heading.

5 months ago
Issue 62

More images with no particular place to call home this issue!

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Issue 60

More images with no particular place to call home this issue!

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Issue 59

From fast XC to super long enduro, we have a big range this month. Bikes from Pole, Cube, Ragley and Marin are tested along with Motion's crazy linkage fork, and kit from Leatt, Julbo, X-Fusion and Marzocchi.

11 months ago
Issue 58

After almost 6 months off the bike editor Rou Chater has been given the all clear to swing his leg over two wheels again!

1 year ago
Issue 58

Ghost's big hitter, Cannondales new Habit and some of electric numbers from Haibike, Greyp and Merida, plus Rou’s new ride from Cube! Drivetrains get given a grinding with Box and SRAM offering affordable wide range gearing plus kit from Lake, Leatt and Hope.

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Issue 58

More images with no particular place to call home this issue!

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More images with no particular place to call home this issue!

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Issue 55

Ebikes are here to stay and have finally got good enough to really get busy on the trails. We got our hands on the latest crop of rides and took them out into the wild to see what they could do, and find out more about these strange new beasts.

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Issue 55

This issue we get our hands on the much-anticipated Cube Stereo 150 and take a look at a couple of top-end electric mountain bikes from Vitus and Cube. We also get rolling on wheels for all budgets from Industry 9, Nukeproof, Spank and Stan's.

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Welcome to the official CUBE Bikes fan page. CUBE is a german bicycle manufacturer, producing any types of bikes. The company was founded 1993 from the former student Marcus Pürner, beginning with an area of 50 m² in his father's furniture factory.The company has expanded its production area constantly. Cube Bikes are exported to 32 countries worldwide. CUBE is a german bicycle manufacturer, producing any types of bikes. The company was founded 1993 from the former student Marcus Pürner, beginning with an area of 50 m² in his father's furniture factory.The company has expanded its production area constantly. Cube Bikes are exported to 32 countries worldwide. CUBE is a german bicycle manufacturer, producing any types of bikes. The company was founded 1993 from the former student Marcus Pürner, beginning with an area of 50 m² in his father's furniture factory.The company has expanded its production area constantly. Cube Bikes are exported to 32 countries worldwide. 1993 Outdoor and sporting goods company

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