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Cube Delhi Hybrid Pro 500 2017 - Electric Hybrid Bike

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Perfection down to the smallest detail and exlusive features previously unavailable with an urban e-bike: that's our new Delhi Hybrid Pro 500. Highlights of this exceptional bike include the comfortable Suntour suspension fork, low-maintenance, automatic NuVinci H|Sync hub gear and, of course, the powerful Bosch CX drive with its 500Wh battery. This is an e-bike that you're going to fall in love with. Love the technology, love the ride.


Frame: Features like the integrated carrier - which is welded on the frame - plus cable routing inside the hydroformed down tube have enabled us to achieve an extraordinary chassis design with unsurpassed safety reserves built in. For 2017 we've refined battery positioning to improve handling dynamics, whether you opt for the Easy Entry, Classic Men's or Trapeze options. The integrated modular carrier system means that wear components can be easily replaced. Our Efficient Comfort Geometry works with the complex Superlite aluminium frame - optimised around the requirements of the Bosch system down to the last detail - to deliver super comfort and incredible stability for an unforgettable riding experience.


Features: The most exclusive bike of the Urban Life Series combines the powerful Bosch CX drive and powerful 500Wh battery with the continuous, automatic gears of NuVinci's N380 H|Sync hub gear - a unique system with an impressive gear ratio range. The Suntour NCX D LO air suspension fork and our own suspension seatpost keep things smooth and comfortable, even on the roughest roads. Reliable and easily controllable hydraulic Magura HS11 rim brakes deliver all the braking power you need, and puncture-resistant Schwalbe Marathon Plus tyres will keep you rolling. We've even taken care of the small details, like mudguards, an LED lighting system and integrated kickstand.



Key Features : 


  • Aluminium Superlite, Trekking Hybrid Premium Comfort, IC Frame

  • SR Suntour NCX D LO Air fork

  • Magura HS11, Hydr. Caliper Brakes

  • Engine Bosch Drive Unit Performance CX (75Nm) Cruise (250Watt)

  • Battery Bosch PowerPack 500

  • Display Bosch Intuvia

  • Front light Busch&Müller Lumotec IQ Avy

  • Backlight Busch&Müller Toplight 321 E Plus

  • Kickstand CUBEstand Pro, Adjustable

  • Mudguards SKS Stingray

  • Chain protection CUBE Hybrid Chainguard

  • Bell Humpert

  • Carrier CUBE Integrated Carrier, SnapIt Adapter and Rails

The Cube Delhi Hybrid Pro 500 28 2017 Features are:

Frame: Aluminium Superlite, Trekking Hybrid Premium Comfort, IC, Double Butted

Fork: SR Suntour NCX D LO Air, 75mm

Headset: FSA Orbit 1.5E ZS, Top Zero-Stack 1 1/8" (OD 44mm), Bottom Zero-Stack 1 1/2" (OD 56mm), EE: FSA No.10, Semi-Integrated

Bars: CUBE Rise Trail Bar, 700mm, EE: CUBE Comfort Shape BarCUBE Natural Fit Comfort

Stem: CUBE Performance Stem Pro, 31.8mm, EE: CUBE Comfort City Stem, 31.8mm

Shifters NuVinci H|SYNC Autogear

Chainset: FSA Metropolis Urban AL-8, 18T

Chain: KMC Z610, EcoProTeQ

Front Brake: Magura HS11, Hydr. Caliper Brake

Rear Brake: Magura HS11, Hydr. Caliper Brake

Rims: Rims: CUBE ZX24, 36H, V-Brake

Front Hub: Shimano Deore HB-T610, QR

Rear Hub: NuVinci N380, Nut

Tyres: Schwalbe Marathon Plus, Flatless, 40-622 Front - Schwalbe Marathon Plus, Flatless, 40-622 Rear

Seatpost: CUBE Suspension Seatpost, 27.2mm

Pedals: Not Included

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Cube Delhi Hybrid Pro 500 2017 - Electric Hybrid Bike Reviews

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Overall Rating:
3.2
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3.16
Build Quality
3.50
Performance
3
Value For Money
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Cube Delhi Hybrid Pro 500

After numerous delays my Cube Delhi Hybrid Pro 500 arrived, nine months after I had submitted my order. Within an hour it was scratched and bashed. I had unpacked it, set up the handlebars, fitted the pedals and left it on it's stand. Unfortunately, the stand adjustment was set to maximum, and the bike, which had seemed stable, toppled. I suggest that Tredz mechanics check the adjustment of these stands to allow for use in the real world and not a smooth concrete workshop floor. As a top of the range bike, the power is tempered by the weight of the unit. Assistance is there, but you still have to work hard to get up steeper hills. Using the bike to commute 25 miles a day has allowed me to get used to how the bike performs. Help is there for climbing the hills, and you can use lower assistance levels to ease the strain when tired, allowing me to maintain a steady 15mph - the electric assistance cuts out above that speed. The Nuvinci gear system is suited to a heavily loaded trecking bike, but don't expect to travel faster than about 22mph on the flat - the gearing is such than I am pedalling at full speed, but going nowhere fast. The bike is well build and has a very rugged feel, soaking up bumps and potholes well and gives the rider confidence in what punishment it can take. The Magura rim brakes needed bleeding, causing a further delay before I received delivery of the bike. I had practiced removing the rear wheel under ideal conditions to see what was involved, leading to a situation where the rear wheel slipped out of alignment, causing th brakes to jam on. Straightening the rear wheel in it's slots solved the problem and I now carry a dedicated spanner to ensure that I can torque the wheel nuts correctly. I also realigned the rear brakes, and have had to tweak their position a couple of times. They work well and give the rider confidence in being able to stop in both wet and dry conditions. I managed two days of commuting between charges (50 miles) however, I now charge the battery each day as recommended. One day the motor failed to switch on for my ride home. The computer powered up, but the motor and gearbox did not function. After half a mile, I stopped and switched the battery on manually, which solved the problem. The morning ride had been very wet, so I don't know if some dampness had affected the system. Every other time the bike swiched on from the computer. The Nuvinci harmony system works well for commuting, apart from not having a high enough speed range. It does not react quickly enough to sharp inclines though. Twice on a local park ride, I had to get off and push the bike up sudden steep hills. Trying it again with maximum assistance allowed me to get up the hills, but it would have been better if it had selected the lowest ratio quickly enough to avoid having to boost the power or stop and get off to push. I haven't tried the manual setting for the gear system yet. Cycling away from traffic lights quickly results in three distinct jumps in the gear selection. It is a smooth transition, but there are definite steps from low gearing, through medium, to high gearing. The system goes into a limp home mode when the battery falls to 20%. this give the lowest amount of assitance which helped getting back home up the hill. I haven't tried cycling without the battery, as the Nuvinci system needs power to operate the gearing. Cycling with the battery on, but the assist mode set to off, allows you to use the bike like an ordinary bike without assistance. This is fine for my downhill and level parts of my journey and I can just put in the effort and climb smaller inclines without help. The lights are very good, although I have not used them in the dark properly. My only issue was that the front brake hoses were in front of and touching the lens. I felt that this could become an issue with the lens becoming scratched and the brake hose wearing through, so have fitted an extension arm to the light unit, moving it clear of the the brake hoses. The supplied Selle Royal saddle was comfortable with a quality gel seat, however I treated myself to a Brooks saddle which I fitted after the first week of use. It is just as comfortable, straight out of the box. I had upgraded my origin order from a Cube Touring Hybrid Pro after considering ease of cleaning and maintenance. The internal cable routing and enclosed gears of the Nuvinci system make it very easy to give the bike a quick wash and wipe down. A great timesaver for winter commuting when I have to wash off the salt each night when I get home. (My neighbour actually got the police to my door when forgot and I left my garden hose running and 'flooded' his drive! How the man survives when it rains I don't know.) In summary, this is a strong and sturdy bike, capable of lugging heavy loads (me) with plenty of help on the hills. I can cover 50 miles of hilly terrain easily on one charge, and would be able to do more if I used the assistance carefully. I waited a long time for this bike to be delivered, and have used it every day since, commuting five days a week, and other journeys in between. So far, so good. My thanks to the staff at Tredz for putting up with an irate customer. They were always professional and polite in our dealings, with multiple extras 'thrown in' on the deal, due to circumstances not always under there control. Would I buy again from Tredz - Yes Would I buy a top of the range Cube - ?

After numerous delays my Cube Delhi Hybrid Pro 500 arrived, nine months after I had submitted my order. Within an hour it was scratched and bashed. I had unpacked it, set up the handlebars, fitted the pedals and left it on it's stand. Unfortunately, the stand adjustment was set to maximum, and the bike, which had seemed stable, toppled. I suggest that Tredz mechanics check the adjustment of these stands to allow for use in the real world and not a smooth concrete workshop floor. As a top of the range bike, the power is tempered by the weight of the unit. Assistance is there, but you still have to work hard to get up steeper hills. Using the bike to commute 25 miles a day has allowed me to get used to how the bike performs. Help is there for climbing the hills, and you can use lower assistance levels to ease the strain when tired, allowing me to maintain a steady 15mph - the electric assistance cuts out above that speed. The Nuvinci gear system is suited to a heavily loaded trecking bike, but don't expect to travel faster than about 22mph on the flat - the gearing is such than I am pedalling at full speed, but going nowhere fast. The bike is well build and has a very rugged feel, soaking up bumps and potholes well and gives the rider confidence in what punishment it can take. The Magura rim brakes needed bleeding, causing a further delay before I received delivery of the bike. I had practiced removing the rear wheel under ideal conditions to see what was involved, leading to a situation where the rear wheel slipped out of alignment, causing th brakes to jam on. Straightening the rear wheel in it's slots solved the problem and I now carry a dedicated spanner to ensure that I can torque the wheel nuts correctly. I also realigned the rear brakes, and have had to tweak their position a couple of times. They work well and give the rider confidence in being able to stop in both wet and dry conditions. I managed two days of commuting between charges (50 miles) however, I now charge the battery each day as recommended. One day the motor failed to switch on for my ride home. The computer powered up, but the motor and gearbox did not function. After half a mile, I stopped and switched the battery on manually, which solved the problem. The morning ride had been very wet, so I don't know if some dampness had affected the system. Every other time the bike swiched on from the computer. The Nuvinci harmony system works well for commuting, apart from not having a high enough speed range. It does not react quickly enough to sharp inclines though. Twice on a local park ride, I had to get off and push the bike up sudden steep hills. Trying it again with maximum assistance allowed me to get up the hills, but it would have been better if it had selected the lowest ratio quickly enough to avoid having to boost the power or stop and get off to push. I haven't tried the manual setting for the gear system yet. Cycling away from traffic lights quickly results in three distinct jumps in the gear selection. It is a smooth transition, but there are definite steps from low gearing, through medium, to high gearing. The system goes into a limp home mode when the battery falls to 20%. this give the lowest amount of assitance which helped getting back home up the hill. I haven't tried cycling without the battery, as the Nuvinci system needs power to operate the gearing. Cycling with the battery on, but the assist mode set to off, allows you to use the bike like an ordinary bike without assistance. This is fine for my downhill and level parts of my journey and I can just put in the effort and climb smaller inclines without help. The lights are very good, although I have not used them in the dark properly. My only issue was that the front brake hoses were in front of and touching the lens. I felt that this could become an issue with the lens becoming scratched and the brake hose wearing through, so have fitted an extension arm to the light unit, moving it clear of the the brake hoses. The supplied Selle Royal saddle was comfortable with a quality gel seat, however I treated myself to a Brooks saddle which I fitted after the first week of use. It is just as comfortable, straight out of the box. I had upgraded my origin order from a Cube Touring Hybrid Pro after considering ease of cleaning and maintenance. The internal cable routing and enclosed gears of the Nuvinci system make it very easy to give the bike a quick wash and wipe down. A great timesaver for winter commuting when I have to wash off the salt each night when I get home. (My neighbour actually got the police to my door when forgot and I left my garden hose running and 'flooded' his drive! How the man survives when it rains I don't know.) In summary, this is a strong and sturdy bike, capable of lugging heavy loads (me) with plenty of help on the hills. I can cover 50 miles of hilly terrain easily on one charge, and would be able to do more if I used the assistance carefully. I waited a long time for this bike to be delivered, and have used it every day since, commuting five days a week, and other journeys in between. So far, so good. My thanks to the staff at Tredz for putting up with an irate customer. They were always professional and polite in our dealings, with multiple extras 'thrown in' on the deal, due to circumstances not always under there control. Would I buy again from Tredz - Yes Would I buy a top of the range Cube - ?

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3.2 out of 5
Build Quality: 3.5/5
Performance: 3/5
Value For Money: 3/5