What is the strongest MTB frame?

Titanium. Another bike frame material popular with custom bike builders, titanium shares many of the same properties of steel, but has a greater resistance to corrosion and fatigue (it has the highest strength-to-weight ratio of all metals).

Who makes cube carbon frames?

Cube is a German bike brand which was founded in 1993 by MarcusPürner – initially making his debut using a 50 square metre area in his father’s furniture factory. The headquarters remain in the same town, Waldershof in Germany. The company has, however, expanded substantially, now using a 20,000 square metre facility.

Are cube cycles good?

The Cube Attain is an affordable endurance road bike. The geometry of the bike is relaxed, when compared to many other road bikes, with it’s 72.5° head tube angle. Overall, this is a great entry-level road bike. Those looking for a race bike should look elsewhere.

Is Cube a good brand?

Cube bikes are often cheaper than comparable cycling brands. If money is a deciding factor, Cube should be your top choice. Cube also has a range of affordable e-bikes, which are typically much more expensive from other companies.

Are Cube bikes made in Germany?

Compared to most other bike brands that have their bikes assembled in Taiwan or China, Cube assemble the majority of their bikes in Germany. At the Waldershof factory, Cube receives all of the components required to assemble their fully-built bikes. Cube manage their own assembly for a number of reasons.

Is cubecube’s agile Ride geometry up to date?

Cube’s ‘Agile Ride Geometry’ is up to date, with a 69-degree head angle, low bottom bracket and short, responsive chainstays. The top tube and reach are short as well though, and the head tube is 10mm taller than on the other XC bikes that were also on test, which included the Trek Procaliber 6, Bianchi Grizzly 9.2 and Specialized Chisel Comp X1.

Are Cube Bikes any good?

Pretty sure Cube has lower weight limits than many competitors and a much shorter warranty. When I’ve looked at many Cube bikes (aluminium) in the past they appeared to be fairly generic imported frames on the lower end of the quality scale so don’t have high expectations of their carbon frames.

How does cubecube make a bike so stiff?

Cube has maxed out the stiffness via the dimensions of the twin-mould carbon monocoque. The bulged head tube leads into a big box that extends into the massive polygonal down tube, which gives full-width support of the press-fit bottom bracket shell. Chunky geometric chainstays taper toward the bolt-thru Boost dropouts.

Is the cube reaction C62 a good bike?

The Cube Reaction C:62 is a great choice if your priorities are low weight, drive stiffness and a quality 2×11 transmission. Its plasticky tyres, skinny wheels and heavy QR fork will all need replacing though. Cube has maxed out the stiffness via the dimensions of the twin-mould carbon monocoque.