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It somehow speaks for the designers and engineers at Cube that they have achieved exactly this balancing act and diversity with the Agree C:62. We have summarized for you what makes the bikes so special.
CUBE AGREE C:62: COMFORT MEETS PERFORMANCE MEETS SPEED
Achieving the trinity mentioned in the title is certainly not easy. One might think that nothing half or whole comes out of it. Well, far from it! Because Cube does exactly that.
The frame of the Cube Agree C:62 is an endurance bike par excellence, which is why the geometry developed is also called “Road Aero Endurance Geometry”.
Of course, light carbon is used, which impresses with great acceleration and high stiffness and goes by the illustrious name Advanced Twin Mold Carbon.
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The topic of aerodynamics is also taken into account. The dropouts are designed to minimize air resistance even with electronic switching. The cables are of course routed inside and the Aerium C:62 fork also contributes to the overall aerodynamic package.
So that the Cube Agree C:62 mutates into a real Hans Dampf that is at home in all walks of life, Cube makes every effort to make the range as wide as possible. This means that there is a suitable variant for both hobby cyclists and professionals.
It starts with the Agree C:62 Pro, which has a Shimano Ultegra shifting group and classic rim brakes, while the top model, the Agree C:62 SLT, can have the electronic Ultegra Di2 and hydraulic disc brakes are also part of the package.
In between there are two other models: the SL and the Race Disc. And Cube has also thought of those who can no longer pedal so hard…
CUBE AGREE C:62 HYBRID: THE FUTURE WILL DRIVE ELECTRONICALLY
Some people may still rub their eyes in surprise at the sight of electric racing bikes… but yes, they exist. And with its Agree C:62 Hybrid, Cube has also paid tribute to this trend. This makes it fairly easy: the frame is of course adjusted, but not much else changes for the Race, SL and SLT.
Fazua Evation mid-engines are used, which give a good push of 60 Nm when going uphill, but also lock down when you are traveling faster than 25 km/h. The associated battery is – there is no other way to put it – really excellently integrated into the down tube. Only at second glance does it become apparent that this is not a racing bike with a classic drive.