Cube Stereo 160 SL 27.5 first ride review

Cube Stereo 160 SL 27.5 first ride review

The Stereo has been a mainstay of Cube’s line-up for years. It’s available with varying amounts of rear travel, topping out at 160mm on this all-mountain/enduro version. Its frame shape puts it firmly at the more conservative end of the geometry spectrum, so are the German brand correctly sticking to a winning formula or is the Stereo being left behind? Cube Stereo 160 SL 27.5 specifications Frame: ‘HPA Ultralight’ hydroformed, triple-butted aluminium, 160mm (6.3in) travel Fork: Fox 34 Float GRIP, 160mm (6.3in) travel Shock: Fox Float DPS EVOL Drivetrain: Shimano Deore XT w/ SLX shifters and front mech (2x11) Wheelset: Fulcrum Red 55 EM wheels Tyres: Schwalbe Fat Albert Addix Soft (f) and Speedgrip (r) Tubeless Easy 27.5x2.35in Brakes: Shimano Deore XT, 180mm rotors Bar: Race Face Chester 35, 780mm Stem: Race Face Æffect R 35, 55mm Seatpost: Cube 150mm dropper Saddle: SDG Fly Mtn 2 Weight: 13.4kg (29.5lb), 20in ...

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