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Cube Touring Exc 2017 - Hybrid Sports Bike

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Product Description

The Cube Touring EXC hybrid sports bike is the perfect all-rounder. It’s great for longer rides, daily use or just to get out in the fresh air and exercise.

Frame:

At the heart of the Cube Touring EXC is a high quality, double butted aluminium frame for all-round performance. This is the unisex model of the Touring with a higher top tube for a sportier feel, but you can get a step through a low slung option for women.

All Touring EXC frames come with mounts for a bottle cage so you can stay hydrated on the long days in the saddle. Cube dropouts are torsionally stiff and the bike also comes with a Cube Kickstand. Efficient Comfort Geometry makes for a relaxed ride position, while internal cable routing protects gear cables from damage inside the light aluminium frame, meaning that your gear shifts stay smoother for longer.

Components:

The Touring EXC hybrid bike features, only high quality components. Shimano provides the 27 gear transmission, including the XT rear derailleur. BR-M315 hydraulic disc brakes guarantee the best stopping power in all kinds of conditions and the Suntour NEX suspension fork adds comfort to the equation.

The Busch&Müller dynamo bike lighting system with its Lyt 20 lux headlamp, Toplight Flat+ rear light and low maintenance hub dymamo help keep you safe, whatever the lighting conditions and SKS mudguards help keep you dry in all weathers.

Wherever your sense of adventure takes you, the Touring Exc is ready to go.

Key Features

  • Lightweight Aluminium Superlite Trekking Frame
  • SR Suntour NEX HLO Fork smooths bumps
  • Schwalbe Spicer Tyres offer extra grip on loose terrain
  • Front light Busch&Müller Lyt 1781 keeps you safe on-road
  • Backlight Busch&Müller Toplight Flat Plus
  • Kickstand CUBEstand Pro for daily practicality
  • SKS mudguards keep you dry and clean
  • Bell Humpert to make road users aware
  • Carrier Standwell Bag Carrier for extra luggage
  • Size: 46cm, 50cm, 54cm, 58cm, 62cm
  • Colour: Black/Blue, Grey/Lime

The Cube Touring Exc 28 2017 Features are:

Frame: Aluminium Superlite Trekking Comfort Double Butted

Fork: SR Suntour NEX HLO, 63mm

Headset: FSA No.10, Semi-Integrated

Bars: CUBE Rise Trail Bar, 680mm, EE: CUBE Comfort Shape BarCUBE Natural Fit Comfort

Stem: CUBE Performance Stem Pro, 31.8mm

Shifters: Shimano SL-M370, Rapidfire-Plus

Front Mech: Shimano FD-T4000, Top-Swing, 31.8mm, EE: Shimano FD-T400, Down-Swing, 34.9mm

Rear Mech: Shimano XT RD-M772, Shadow, 9-Speed

Speed 27

Chainset: Shimano FC-T3010, 48x36x26T, BB-UN100, 175mm

Chain: KMC X9

Front Brake: Shimano BR-M315, Hydr. Disc Brake 160mm

Rear Brake: Shimano BR-M315, Hydr. Disc Brake 160mm

Rims: Rims: CUBE ZX20, 36H, Disc

Front Hub: Shimano DH-3D37, Hub Dynamo, QR

Rear Hub: Shimano FH-M3050

Tyres: Schwalbe Spicer, Active, 40x622 Front - Schwalbe Spicer, Active, 40x622 Rear

Seatpost: CUBE Performance Post, 27.2mm, EE: CUBE Performance Post, 30.9mm

Pedals: Not Included

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Cube Touring Exc 2017 - Hybrid Sports Bike Reviews

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Overall Rating:
3.7
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3.66
Build Quality
4.00
Performance
4
Value For Money
3.00

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I purchased the bike mainly for commuting and perhaps the odd trek out into the countryside at the weekend, off roading is unlikely. I'd never spent more than a couple of hundred quid on a bike prior to this purchase so I was quite looking forward to riding something a bit more expensive. The bike appears well made and is comfy to ride after a few attempts at adjustment of the angle and height of the comfy saddle. As with most bikes nowadays there's an excessive number of gears, (27, not 24 as advertised) and I've found there's a slight delay, maybe 5/6 turns of the pedals, sometimes when changing up through the gears. Don't know if this is a setup thing that can be adjusted or if it's the norm. The single click to change up/down is new to me and is something I wish I'd come across earlier. The disc brakes are very good, stopping quickly and safely in all weathers. Handlebar width and the hand grips also suit me, I tended to get pins and needles in my hands over longer rides before, not so bad now. Overall I'm very happy with my purchase. However, it reamins to be seen how well the bike holds up over a year or two of daily use.

I purchased the bike mainly for commuting and perhaps the odd trek out into the countryside at the weekend, off roading is unlikely. I'd never spent more than a couple of hundred quid on a bike prior to this purchase so I was quite looking forward to riding something a bit more expensive. The bike appears well made and is comfy to ride after a few attempts at adjustment of the angle and height of the comfy saddle. As with most bikes nowadays there's an excessive number of gears, (27, not 24 as advertised) and I've found there's a slight delay, maybe 5/6 turns of the pedals, sometimes when changing up through the gears. Don't know if this is a setup thing that can be adjusted or if it's the norm. The single click to change up/down is new to me and is something I wish I'd come across earlier. The disc brakes are very good, stopping quickly and safely in all weathers. Handlebar width and the hand grips also suit me, I tended to get pins and needles in my hands over longer rides before, not so bad now. Overall I'm very happy with my purchase. However, it reamins to be seen how well the bike holds up over a year or two of daily use.

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3.7 out of 5
Build Quality: 4/5
Performance: 4/5
Value For Money: 3/5