Cube 2012 Attention Hardtail MTB Bike inc FREE Delivery - Original price -£679.00 - £499 @ All Terrain Cycles
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Cube 2012 Attention Hardtail MTB Bike inc FREE Delivery - Original price -£679.00 - £499 @ All Terrain Cycles

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Found 5th Apr 2013
Also check out the website, they have a lot of reduced bikes.18" - Black´N´Red £499.00 (RRP: £679.00) Great Spec bike , in my opinion absolute bargain . Hope you enjoy guys Thanks

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Forgot to say , make sure 18'' is the right size for you , as they only have 18' frame . Cheers

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Size:18
• Frame: Alu Lite AMF 6061 RFR-Geometry, Disc only
• Forks: Rock Shox XC 28, 100mm, Poploc
• Headset: FSA No.10 semi-integrated
• Stem: Easton EA30 Oversized
• Handlebars: Easton EA30 Lowriser Oversized
• Grips: CUBE Performance Grip
• Rear Derailleur: Shimano SLX RD-M663 Shadow 10-speed
• Front Derailleur: Shimano Deore FD-M590 Top Swing 34,9mm, 10-speed
• Shifter: Shimano Deore SL-M591 Rapidfire-Plus, 10-speed
• Brakes: Shimano BR-M445 hydr. discbrake(160/160mm)
• Cranks: Shimano FC-M522 42x32x24T, 175mm, with BB-ES25
• Rims: Alex ZX 24
• Hubs: Shimano HB-RM66 Disc, Shimano FH-RM66 Disc
• Spokes: DT Industry
• Tyres: Schwalbe Smart Sam 2.25
• Tubes: Impac AV14
• Pedals: Fasten Alu
• Saddle: Scape Active 8
• Seat Post: Easton EA30 31,6mm
• Seat Clamp: Scape Varioclose 34.9mm
• Weight: 13.1kg

This was posted a couple of weeks ago.

As mentioned before this bike is better value for an extra £100

http://www.paulscycles.co.uk/m1b0s2p4207/CUBE-LTD-2012

Only have sizes 16,20 and 22 or you can pick up an 18 from All Terrain Cycles for £680 plus p&p. which is still a lot of bike for the money imho

I was just gonna ask if the grey one at £599 @ Paul's is better for price

Is the ops deal a good or just reasonable price for the bike I might have to make a trip to saltaire on Sunday

This deal is a reasonable spec bike for a good price.

The Limited provides much higher spec for the money.

Lighter butted frame, air sprung suspension, xt rear deraileur, formular disc brakes and deor equivalent crankset.

Got to say you're really lucky if you can get it in your size from Pauls Cycles for £599 I had to pay the extra £80 from All terrain cycles for the 18' but still blown away with it. Also it came in the anodised black finish which is really smart.



Edited by: "fluffykitty79" 5th Apr 2013

Can this ride in 6' deep Sand or Snow?

fluffykitty79

This deal is a reasonable spec bike for a good price.The Limited provides … This deal is a reasonable spec bike for a good price.The Limited provides much higher spec for the money.Lighter butted frame, air sprung suspension, xt rear deraileur, formular disc brakes and deor equivalent crankset.Got to say you're really lucky if you can get it in your size from Pauls Cycles for £599 I had to pay the extra £80 from All terrain cycles for the 18' but still blown away with it. Also it came in the anodised black finish which is really smart.

thanks for the review, I think I.ll wait to see what else becomes available, Paul's had the 18s on the ltd for well over a month , but all gone

I wouldn't mind help finding a ladies mtb please not sure what I'm looking for....max is £300 thanks

lovabargain

I wouldn't mind help finding a ladies mtb please not sure what I'm … I wouldn't mind help finding a ladies mtb please not sure what I'm looking for....max is £300 thanks


That's slightly above your budget, but not a bad deal http://www.paulscycles.co.uk/m1b0s2p4057/MONGOOSE-TYAX-COMP-2012
Basically all your contact with the bike are the pedals, the grips and the saddle. Latter makes a lot of difference when it comes to genders, so I'd advise you to buy a standard MTB and change the saddle to a female version if the original one is uncomfortable.

If you're planning to use the bike a lot I really advise to stretch the budget, as you'd get so much better parts (and less pain with the maintenance, repairs) for around £5-600. It really does worth it. I started off with an entry-level Specialized HardRock 2009 Comp, and through the years I ended up replaced literally every part one-by-one (except for the frame), and I couldn't believe the difference everything has made! You get what you pay for, and £300 is the entry level (everything below that is very dangerous and unreliable if you ask me).

alien_

That's slightly above your budget, but not a bad deal … That's slightly above your budget, but not a bad deal http://www.paulscycles.co.uk/m1b0s2p4057/MONGOOSE-TYAX-COMP-2012Basically all your contact with the bike are the pedals, the grips and the saddle. Latter makes a lot of difference when it comes to genders, so I'd advise you to buy a standard MTB and change the saddle to a female version if the original one is uncomfortable.If you're planning to use the bike a lot I really advise to stretch the budget, as you'd get so much better parts (and less pain with the maintenance, repairs) for around £5-600. It really does worth it. I started off with an entry-level Specialized HardRock 2009 Comp, and through the years I ended up replaced literally every part one-by-one (except for the frame), and I couldn't believe the difference everything has made! You get what you pay for, and £300 is the entry level (everything below that is very dangerous and unreliable if you ask me).


Thank you for your help, I run a lot,, just thought a bike would save me going spinning too I will look at your link thanks

Can anyone post a direct link pls, I cant find the bike at 499 oO
Edited by: "dimuc" 11th Apr 2013

dimuc

Can anyone post a direct link pls, I cant find the bike at 499 oO



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