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Cube Agree C:62 Race Disc 2017 - Road Bike

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Product description

The podium ready Cube Agree C:62 Race Disc is your secret weapon. Whether you’re racing or training, the Agree simple sets the pace.

Fly up the climbs with a low weight frame and descend in confidence with superb hydraulic disc brakes that ensure late and safe stopping on the most serpentine of descents. A cutting edge carbon C:62 frame is equipped with Shimano’s matchless Ultegra groupset.

Frame:

Equipping the Cube Agree Race meant making some frame design changes. A disc specific C:62 aero fork is matched to X12 quick release axle systems on the front and rear – to incorporate great stiffness into the chassis. These features give you smooth and stable performance, even at high speed and under hard braking.

The PressFit bottom bracket is the kind of state of the art touch you'd expect and, naturally, Cube routed all the cables internally. It's not just a question of appearance; it also increases cable performance and service life.

Components:

To meet the needs of a Cube Agree C:62 Race cyclists, the road bike is spec’d with a light Cube Performance Motion seatpost and carbon contact points.

As for the wheels, Cube opted for a pair of DT-Swiss R32 Spline Discs with 25mm Schwalbe One Kevlar tyres guaranteeing superb grip. A complete Shimano Ultegra groupset - with 50/34 chainset and 11-28 cassette - is no less than you'd expect.

Of course, the Shimano hydraulic disc brake set is another equipment list highlight, set up with compact 140mm RT99 rotors featuring Freezer technology front and rear.

Key Features: 

  • Lightweight & aero C:62 carbon frame
  • Disc specific C:62 carbon fork
  • Race ready Shimano Ultegra drivetrain
  • Rapid DT Swiss Spline R32 Disc Wheelset
  • Schwalbe One Tyres offer superb grip
  • Size: 50cm, 53cm, 56cm, 58cm, 60cm, 62cm
  • Colour: Carbon/Flash Red
  • The Cube Agree C:62 Race Disc is available on 0% APR finance

The Cube Agree C:62 Race Disc 28 2017 Features are:

Frame: C:62 Advanced Twin Mold Technology Aero Frame, Flat Mount Disc, Road Sport Geometry, AXH, X12

Fork: CUBE CSL Evo Aero C:62 Technology, 1 1/8" / 1 1/4" Tapered, Flat Mount, X12

Headset: FSA I-t, Top Integrated 1 1/8", Bottom Integrated 1 1/4"

Bars: CUBE Wing Race Bar CarbonCUBE Grip Control

Stem: CUBE Performance Stem Pro, 31.8mm

Speed: 22

Front Mech: Shimano Ultegra FD-6800F, Braze-On

Rear Mech: Shimano Ultegra RD-6800SS, 11-Speed

Chainset: Shimano Ultegra FC-6800, 50x34T, 170mm (50/53cm), 172,5mm (56/58cm), 175mm (60/62cm)

Chain: Shimano CN-HG700-11

Front Brake: Shimano BR-RS805, Hydr. Disc Brake, Flat Mount 140mm

Rear Brake: Shimano BR-RS805, Hydr. Disc Brake, Flat Mount 140mm

Rims: DT Swiss Spline R32 Disc, 12x100mm / 12x142mm, Centerlock

Front Hub: 12x100mm

Rear Hub: 12x142mm

Tyres: Schwalbe One, Kevlar, 25-622 Front, Schwalbe One, Kevlar, 25-622 Rear

Seatpost: CUBE Performance Motion Post, 27.2mm

Pedals: Not Included

Weight: 8.1kg

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Cube Agree C:62 Race Disc 2017 - Road Bike Reviews

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Overall Rating:
4.4
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4.42
Build Quality
4.00
Performance
5
Value For Money
4.50

Customer Reviews (2)

4
Puncture

Love the bike but keep getting punctures on the back wheel at the valve.

Love the bike but keep getting punctures on the back wheel at the valve.

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4 out of 5
Build Quality: 3.5/5
Performance: 4.5/5
Value For Money: 4/5
5
Dream bike and design in TDF 2017

When I first got in to cycling I had the Cube Atempt Alloy which I fell in love with. I then upgraded to a Giant Defy alloy and then to a Giant Defy Advanced Carbon. Neither of which gave me the same feeling. So the Cube Agree Race got my attention, Great components compared to the bigger road bike brands and this design used in the TDF. I'm a big guy and the 140 mm hydraulic disc breaks stop me better than any caliper has managed, even in the dry weather. Downhill brings confidence and stability with speed. I have had a couple of PR's on Strava. Uphill is fine with such a light bike and coming out the saddle is solid. Certainly worth every penny especially with the look and components but I replaced the seat clamp as it kept slipping, I contacted cube but they haven't replied which is disappointing. Tredz however have been very good and I will use them again on purchases.

When I first got in to cycling I had the Cube Atempt Alloy which I fell in love with. I then upgraded to a Giant Defy alloy and then to a Giant Defy Advanced Carbon. Neither of which gave me the same feeling. So the Cube Agree Race got my attention, Great components compared to the bigger road bike brands and this design used in the TDF. I'm a big guy and the 140 mm hydraulic disc breaks stop me better than any caliper has managed, even in the dry weather. Downhill brings confidence and stability with speed. I have had a couple of PR's on Strava. Uphill is fine with such a light bike and coming out the saddle is solid. Certainly worth every penny especially with the look and components but I replaced the seat clamp as it kept slipping, I contacted cube but they haven't replied which is disappointing. Tredz however have been very good and I will use them again on purchases.

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4.8 out of 5
Build Quality: 4.5/5
Performance: 5/5
Value For Money: 5/5