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Cube Reaction TM Pro 27.5 Mountain Bike 2019 £779.99 @ CRC
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Cube Reaction TM Pro 27.5 Mountain Bike 2019 £779.99 @ CRC

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Posted 13th Jan

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£779 is a great price for a bike of this spec.

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its very rare for this sort of price to get a spec like this without having to upgrade some parts i cant see anythi g needing upgrade out of box.Ofcorse you need some pedals and going tubless will drop some weight and give more traction and comport at lower pressures.The sektor fork is the improved model stiffer and lighter and retails at over 300+ alone,130mm travel is perfect for a hardtail and it has motion control damping,the frame has to be worth 200 at least with the headset,the groupset is 200 at least,the brakes and rotors would cost 100 at least,the wheels and tryes you looking at 200-250.thats over a grand aleready basing it in cheapest possible prices and not counting the dropper which is 100 cheapest and the bar,stem,grips and saddle got to be worth at least 50 mininum.
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not sure why this hasnt got heat,its brilliant bike with fantastic spec,decent forks,dropper post,decent groupset and brakes,if you can get a cyclescheme voucher chain reaction are one of the very few companys who dont charge extra ten percent on top for voucher.
Wouldn't mind some actual peddles so I could use it for that kind of price ;-)
This should be red hot, fantastic bikes and great spec for the money.
Great price for a bike of this spec, heat from me!
tranceazure14/01/2020 03:48

not sure why this hasnt got heat,its brilliant bike with fantastic …not sure why this hasnt got heat,its brilliant bike with fantastic spec,decent forks,dropper post,decent groupset and brakes,if you can get a cyclescheme voucher chain reaction are one of the very few companys who dont charge extra ten percent on top for voucher.


Because people see a BSO in Argos or Asda for £150 and think it's a bargain.
its very rare for this sort of price to get a spec like this without having to upgrade some parts i cant see anythi g needing upgrade out of box.Ofcorse you need some pedals and going tubless will drop some weight and give more traction and comport at lower pressures.The sektor fork is the improved model stiffer and lighter and retails at over 300+ alone,130mm travel is perfect for a hardtail and it has motion control damping,the frame has to be worth 200 at least with the headset,the groupset is 200 at least,the brakes and rotors would cost 100 at least,the wheels and tryes you looking at 200-250.thats over a grand aleready basing it in cheapest possible prices and not counting the dropper which is 100 cheapest and the bar,stem,grips and saddle got to be worth at least 50 mininum.
Yes, glad a few people can spot a good deal despite shed loads of down-votes on this!!
I ended up buying one, but also spotted this after - it's even higher spec (and says brand new) so even better deal again...I think there's only one available now though:
ebay.co.uk/itm…745
This actually looks better to me and has a better fork with remote lockout, less generic components than the Cube (hubs and a few others), Shimano components which I actually prefer but is missing a dropper post. It's a lot lighter too although lack of dropper post might be part of that. Seems a better spec'd bike to me but I am biased in favour of Shimano components I find them generally longer lasting with easier access to replacement parts. I realise a dropper post is an additional purchase but there is a £180 difference to start with.

parkersofbolton.co.uk/col…-18

As for the brand Cube vs Riddick there is nothing particularly special about Cube they are prepared to use quite low end frame factories like those in Bangladesh which are not highly regarded for manufacturing tolerances or quality of paint finish.

thedailystar.net/bus…277

I'm not saying Riddick frame is necessarily better though but in this instance the Riddick frame clearly states manufacturing material and has smooth welds so looks like a higher cost frame than the Cube and maybe part of the reason for the lower weight. As for certified weight limits I feel both are the same with a total load of 120kg but I could be wrong, that is from memory. Neither match the higher weight limits of some of the class leading bike manufacturers like Giant who offer a total load of up to 160kg with a lifetime warranty on the frame. Pretty sure Cube is a short warranty like 5 years.
mfdoom42014/01/2020 17:39

Yes, glad a few people can spot a good deal despite shed loads of …Yes, glad a few people can spot a good deal despite shed loads of down-votes on this!!I ended up buying one, but also spotted this after - it's even higher spec (and says brand new) so even better deal again...I think there's only one available now though:https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Cube-Reaction-TM-Race-27-5-Mountain-Bike-2019-Black-27-5-46cm-18-M-RRP-1599/274185911745


id imagine thats a cycle scheme bike of chain reaction cycles a lot of people do that get a bike for 1000 and end up paying around 700 over 12 month salary sacrifice,it will only be guarenteed to original purchaserer your best avoiding
bonzobanana14/01/2020 20:46

This actually looks better to me and has a better fork with remote …This actually looks better to me and has a better fork with remote lockout, less generic components than the Cube (hubs and a few others), Shimano components which I actually prefer but is missing a dropper post. It's a lot lighter too although lack of dropper post might be part of that. Seems a better spec'd bike to me but I am biased in favour of Shimano components I find them generally longer lasting with easier access to replacement parts. I realise a dropper post is an additional purchase but there is a £180 difference to start with. https://www.parkersofbolton.co.uk/collections/mountain-bikes/products/riddick-rd900-650b-11-speed-alloy-mountain-bike-18As for the brand Cube vs Riddick there is nothing particularly special about Cube they are prepared to use quite low end frame factories like those in Bangladesh which are not highly regarded for manufacturing tolerances or quality of paint finish.https://www.thedailystar.net/business/news/germanys-cube-teams-meghna-make-high-end-bicycles-1632277I'm not saying Riddick frame is necessarily better though but in this instance the Riddick frame clearly states manufacturing material and has smooth welds so looks like a higher cost frame than the Cube and maybe part of the reason for the lower weight. As for certified weight limits I feel both are the same with a total load of 120kg but I could be wrong, that is from memory. Neither match the higher weight limits of some of the class leading bike manufacturers like Giant who offer a total load of up to 160kg with a lifetime warranty on the frame. Pretty sure Cube is a short warranty like 5 years.


the highlights are the forks and xt groupsetand brakes which are proberly worth the asking price of 600 alone
Think I might get this. Thanks!

If anyone has a better suggestion please let me know.
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