Interactions with CUBE bikes on 99 Spokes over the last 30 days, adjusted for traffic volume by country.

Top Countries
  1. 🇩🇪 Germany
  2. 🇬🇧 United Kingdom
  3. 🇳🇱 Netherlands
  4. 🇮🇹 Italy
  5. 🇭🇷 Croatia
  6. 🇫🇷 France
  7. 🇷🇴 Romania
  8. 🇪🇸 Spain
  9. 🇧🇪 Belgium
  10. 🇫🇮 Finland
Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Which CUBE bikes are most popular?

The most popular CUBE model families are the NUROAD, REACTION, and AIM.

Q: Does CUBE make eBikes?

Yes, CUBE manufactures both conventional bikes and e-bikes.

Recent Reviews
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Cube Stereo Hybrid 160 Review | A powerful, plush and top value e-Enduro bike

Thanks to its new frame, the Cube Stereo Hybrid 160 offers improved handling, better suspension and more range over its predecessor.

  • Agile and poppy for a big travel e-MTB

  • Beautifully smooth suspension performance

  • Powerful and intuitive Bosch motor

  • 750Wh battery allows you to rack up serious vertical

  • Tough, grippy and well-damped tyres

  • Mostly impressive spec for the money

  • FIT4 fork damper is an odd choice

  • Frame armouring could be refined

  • Bosch display and controller are vulnerable in a crash

  • Not tubeless ready

  • No Small size

Sep 2022Read Review

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Cube Attain GTC SL review

Warren Rossiter

Great handling, great comfort, great value – the Attain is a bike worth serious consideration

  • Packs in value

  • Impressive handling

  • Decent comfort

  • Lighter wheels would boost it

Aug 2022Read Review

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CUBE Supreme Sport Hybrid ONE 400 Review

Price: $3499.00 | Model Year: 2022 | An approachable step-thru electric bike that's available in four frame sizes and one color. Includes custom plastic fenders, sturdy chain cover, rear rack with bungee cord, and bright integrated lights that run off the main battery. E-bike rated tires are designed to handle more weight, higher speeds, and they include reflective stripes for improved visibility.

  • An approachable step-thru electric bike that's available in four frame sizes and one color. Includes custom plastic fenders, sturdy chain cover, rear rack with bungee cord, and bright integrated lights that run off the main battery. E-bike rated tires are designed to handle more weight, higher speeds, and they include reflective stripes for improved visibility.

  • The Bosch PowerTube 400 battery pack is completely hidden inside the downtube, and it's easy to interact with because it mounts from the top. There's enough space to upgrade to the PowerTube 500 eventually if you wish. High speed standard charger is included, ABUS keyset can work with matching locks ordered separately.

  • Comfort-oriented frame geometry, the bike includes a sturdy adjustable angle stem, swept-back handlebar, locking ergonomic grips, and adjustable suspension fork that is paint matched to look perfect. 9-speed Shimano Alivio drivetrain with 11-36 tooth cassette pairs perfectly with Bosch Performance Line Cruise motor.

  • Available globally through dealers who can help with fit and service. The display is fairly basic and there's no smartphone app or USB charging unless you upgrade it post-purchase. No bottle cage bosses, the kickstand can create pedal lock, the charging port is low and the cover didn't seat perfectly, limited 18kg weight capacity for rear rack.

Aug 2022Read Review

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Cube Litening C:68X SL review

Simon von Bromley

German brand goes full aero

  • Feels fast

  • Excellent build spec for the money

  • Reactive handling

  • Lightweight for a pure aero

  • Proprietary integrated handlebar might not be to everyone’s tastes

Aug 2022Read Review

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Cube Attention SL first ride review - MBR

Alan Muldoon

For a hardtail mountain bike that’s had a very recent overhaul, the 2022 Cube Attention SL manages to keep one foot firmly planted in the past. Yes, it has a lightweight alloy frame, trendy tan-wall tyres, a remote lockout for the air-sprung RockShox fork and a cutting edge 1x Shimano drivetrain with a wide range 10-51t cassette. Dig into the numbers however, and the bike instantly seems dated compared to the best hardtail mountain bikes on sale now. Need to know Top-end bike in Cube’s entry-level hardtail range Double butted alloy frame with internal cable routing Air-sprung RockShox Judy fork delivers 100mm travel and gets remote lockout Flat mount rear brake and FM kickstand mounts look neat Available in six  frame size: XS and S use 27.5in wheels, M to XXL use 29in wheels The 445mm chainstay measurement is considerably longer than the reach, even on the size L. So the weight distribution will be even more negatively skewed towards the front end of the bike on the size medium. And with size specific chainstay lengths becoming increasingly popular on hardtails, Cube really missed an opportunity to get out in front of its rivals here. Also, given that plenty of 29er full full suspension bikes come with stays as short as 435mm, there’s really no excuse for longer stays on a modern 29er hardtail, unless of course it’s intentional on the bigger frame sizes..  Thankfully the two smallest Attention SL frame sizes use 27.5in wheels and get shorter 427mm chain stays. It’s a similar story at the front end of the bike. And even if we ignore the rather truncated 427mm reach on the size L, is there really any place for a steep 69.1º head angle on a hardtail in 2022? Given that the BMC FourStoke, a bike that took Pidcock to Olympic XC gold is the beat part of three degrees slacker, and hardtails needs to be even slacker to achieve the same dynamic geometry as full suspension bikes, the answer has to be a resounding, no. Now, I’m not saying that every hardtail needs to be a hardcore hardtail, far from it. I’m merely highlighting the fact that not even XC bikes have geometry similar to the Cube. So if the Cube isn’t an XC hardtail, what is it? Well, the kickstand mount on the non-drive side dropout speaks volumes to its intended use. So does the narrow 680mm handlebar that makes it ideal for ducking in and out of traffic. It also makes the cockpit feel even more cramped and had me hanging my hands off the end of the grips to gain some extra leverage and keep the front wheel pointing in the direction I wanted it to go. The frame itself is easy on the eye, but again it’s not without fault. Internal routing looks neat as it enters the down tube behind the head tube, but flip the bike over and you see that the bottom section of the down tube is just …Continue reading »

  • Resilient frame feel

  • Dated geometry

Jul 2022Read Review

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Cube Nuroad C:62 Pro review

Warren Rossiter

Where gravel meets all-road, meets commuter

  • Great value

  • Very versatile both on-road and off

  • Overly stiff bar

  • May not be ‘gravel’ enough for some

Jun 2022Read Review