Dressed in top-of-the-range Fox Factory suspension with Kashima coating there’s no quibbling with the spec of the Cube Stereo Hybrid 160 HPC.
On the Cube Stereo 150 C:62 SL 29, the C:62 of the mealy-mouthed model name indicates the level of carbon used for the frame construction.
Cube’s Stereo e-bike is now a 29er with the latest Bosch Performance CX motor and a killer pricepoint, making it one of the most economical ways to get on board…
Cube Edge Trail is a mid capacity pack capable of swallowing everything for a day in the hills. It also adds in a few neat features unique to Cube.
With the 2017 Cube Stereo Hybrid 160 HPA SL 500 the ultimate power-assisted enduro rig is no longer just an electric dream.
Some positive changes to the geometry and handling of the Cube Stereo 140 29 C:62 SL for 2017. It’s also upgraded to a full carbon chassis and handlebar.
The Stereo has long been one of Cube’s most popular mountain bikes in the UK. We review the new Cube Stereo 160 C:62 SL 27.5.
Cube expands its e-bike line with the new Stereo Hybrid 140 HPA Pro 500 27.5. It’s great value for money, but is the ride electrifying?
Hamstrung by its geometry, proportions and small volume tyres
With a classy spec sheet and Plus-size tyres, Cube’s long-travel trail bike opens up new lines on old trails
The Cube Aim SL comes in £50 cheaper than most entry level hardtails and still boasts some impressive components
It won't win any beauty contests, but the Cube Sting proved to be a capable performer
Cube’s new 120mm travel Stereo covers ground like an XC bike, while its fun character and relaxed attitude still shine through. We ask, is this the best Stereo to date?…
Read our review on the 120mm-travel full-suspension Cube AMs 120 29er
Check out Cube's new electric powered mountain bike, the Stereo Hybrid. From the video it looks like a proper, bona fide off-road machine.
Find out how the Cube LTD Pro fared in the sub-£1000 category of MBR's Hardtail of the Year shootout
Introducing the 140mm-travel 29er in our longterm test fleet
After putting Cube’s Stereo through its paces over the past 12 months, mbr’s Mick Kirkman delivers his final verdict.