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    The Cube Attain SL Disc proves that hydraulic disc brakes belong on a road race bike. Its braking performance - assured, and with the minimum of effort - matches both its cornering ability on narrow, tight turns and its climbing prowess on steep mountain passes.

    And, as you'd expect from a bike in the Cube Attain series, the ergonomically balanced and comfortable cycling position is the perfect setup for any adventure on the road.


    Cube’s engineers dug deep into their bag of tricks for this frame. To improve its rigidity, they treated the Attain to X12 quick releases front and rear. Both the frame and the Cube CSL carbon fork have been specifically developed to work with disc brakes.

    For the frame material, Cube chose their formidable Superlite aluminium tubeset, joined with Smooth Welding process and featuring internal cable routing for clean looks and minimal maintenance.

    The Flip Flop adaptor means that either 140mm or 160mm discs can be used on the front wheel. And for winter training, there's even the option of mounting mudguards to keep the spray off.


    The Cube Attain SL Disc features a whole range of technical highlights. Shimano's proven 105 groupset delivers the shifting performance you've come to expect in 2x11 format. The compact chainset with 50-34 chainrings drives a cassette with 11 to 32 teeth for an unmatched gear range, while Shimano's BR-RS505 disc brakes with 160mm rotors front and rear bring it all to a halt, whatever the road conditions.

    Cube opted for the superb Mavic Aksium Disc wheelset, and shod it with Continental's grippy Grand Sport Race SL tyres.

    Key Features: 

    • Lightweight & vibration smoothing aluminium frame
    • Cube CSL Carbon disc fork adds extra comfort
    • Performance level Shimano 105 groupset
    • Fast rolling Mavic Aksium Disc Wheelset
    • Grippy Conti Grand Sport Race SL tyres
    • Size: 50cm, 53cm, 56cm, 58cm, 60cm, 62cm
    • Colour: Black/Flash Red
    • The Cube Attain Race SL Disc is available on 0% APR finance

    The Cube Attain Sl Disc 28 2017 Features are:

    Frame: Aluminium 6061 T6 Superlight, Double Butted, Smooth Welded, 3D Flat Mount Disc Brake Dropouts, Road Comfort Geometry, Fender Option, X12

    Fork: CUBE CSL Race Disc, One Piece 3D-Forged Steerer/Crown, Carbon Blades, 1 1/8" - 1 1/4" Tapered, Flat Mount, 100mm X12

    Headset: FSA Z-t, Top Zero-Stack 1 1/8" (OD 44mm), Bottom Integrated 1 1/4"

    Bars: CUBE Wing Race Bar CompactCUBE Grip Control

    Stem: CUBE Performance Stem Pro, 31.8mm

    Speed: 22

    Front Mech: Shimano 105 FD-5800, 31.8mm Clamp

    Rear Mech: Shimano 105 RD-5800GS, 11-Speed

    Chainset: Shimano 105 FC-5800, 50x34T

    Chain: Shimano CN-HG600-11

    Front Brake: Shimano BR-RS505, Hydr. Disc Brake, Flat Mount 160mm

    Rear Brake: Shimano BR-RS505, Hydr. Disc Brake, Flat Mount 160mm

    Rims: Mavic Aksium Disc, 100x12mm / 142x12mm, 6-Bolt

    Front Hub: 100x12mm

    Rear Hub: 142x12mm

    Tyres: Conti Grand Sport Race SL, 25-622 Front, Conti Grand Sport Race SL, 25-622 Rear

    Seatpost: CUBE Performance Post, 27.2mm

    Pedals: Not Included

    Weight: 9.45kg

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