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What do you call a bike that's as rock-solid dependable descending an Alp as it is agile and sure-footed picking a route up the climb the other side of the valley? The CUBE engineering and factory race teams have the answer: the Stereo 150 C:62 Race 29. We took all the experience we gained building race-winning bikes for the Enduro World Series, and condensed it into a bike that'll inspire you to do more. Careful tube profiling, Boost 148 rear axle spacing and a tapered head tube give this frame a rigidity that belies its svelte appearance, so that you can rely on it to transfer every watt of pedal power into forward motion and respond instantly to steering input. C:62 carbon and our design team's long experience of working with this amazing material ensure that it's got the durability and strength to stay the course, too. But we didn't stop there. Smooth-rolling Fulcrum 29er wheels and big-volume Maxxis tyres give you the grip you'll need to tame any mountain trail, whether up or down. Keeping all that rubber on the ground is a pair of RockShox air springs - a Lyrik Select Charger fork up front and Super Deluxe Select+ shock at the rear. Powerful Magura hydraulic disc brakes help keep your speed in check, and Sram's legendary Eagle 1x12 transmission gives you the range you need to tackle any climb or descent. Topped off with a remote dropper post for those particularly tricky steep chutes, it's got ride-anywhere versatility written all over it. Actually, it hasn't - our design team wouldn't let us. But, as a Stereo 150 C:62 Race 29 rider you'll just know: this bike rocks. MPN: 35510016
FSA Orbit I-t, Integrated, Top 1 1-8in, Bottom 1 1-2in
Sram GX Eagle, 12-Speed
Sram NX Eagle Trigger
Race Face Chester 35, 780mm
CUBE Dropper Post, Handlebar Lever, Internal Cable Routing, 31.6mm, 480x150mm 420x125mm for smallest frame size
Sram SX Eagle
Sram XG-1230, 11-50T
RockShox Super Deluxe Select+ DebonAir, 185x55mm, Trunnion Mount
CUBE Race SL Grip 29.5mm, 1-Clamp
Natural Fit Nuance Lite
CUBE Screwlock, 34.9mm
Race Face Aeffect R 35
Sram X1 1000 Eagle DUB 30T, Boost, 175mm
Front Tyre: Maxxis Minion DHF, MaxxTerra-EXO, Tubeless Ready, 29 x 2.5 WT- Rear Tyrein Maxxis Minion DHR II, MaxxTerra-EXO, Tubeless Ready, 29 x 2.4 WT
X1 1000 Eagle DUB 30T, Boost, 175mm
In stock ETA: 3 February 2020
Damian Harris Cycles |
Stereo 150 C:62 Race 29
How do you combine mountain goat agility with mountain lion speed? A good start is to ask CUBE engineers to do the seemingly impossible and build a bike that climbs almost as well as it descends. The result is the Stereo 150 29's elegantly sculpted C:62 carbon frame. The clean lines, rocker cover and trunnion-mount shock are designed to combine efficiency, stability and intuitive handling. Boost 148 rear axle spacing works together with the tapered head tube and oversized down tube to deliver unparalleled steering precision and pedal input. ISCG05 tabs for a chain guide are standard, while short chain stays ensure agile handling and, in combination with the 75.5-degree seat tube, provide efficient climbing. The low standover and head tube specifically designed for a 160mm fork add the confidence, control and precision you need for sure-footed descending. Jack of all trades? We prefer to think it's master of them all.
Why Damian Harris Cycles
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