Cube Litening C:68

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happyon2wheels
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by happyon2wheels

First posting here and for some reason I can only add the pictures as these tiny attachment.

Nothing overly fancy, but as I don't see too many on this forum, I thought I would share my most recent build. In fact so recent, that I have only used it on the roller :shock:

Still tinkering with fit, so stem height and length not yet settled. Also a few incoming upgrades (DA 9000 brakes and DA pedals) and who knows what the dark winter months' boredom will bring.

Frame Cube Litening Pro C:68 Teamline size 56cm @ 1011g including gear hanger and frame fittings
Fork Cube Litening C:68 @ 315g (cut)
Wheels Mavic Cosmic Pro Carbon SL, Ritchey WCS and a mix of Dura Ace shifting and Ultegra brakes.

Total weight is just a hair over 6,8 kg.

Why a Cube? Well, after stalking the Tour last year and actually sharing hotel with the Wanty team, they kind of became "my" team and since the Litening is their choice, I wanted one. Offloaded my Tarmac and now really looking forward to seeing how the Cube will fare.

Anyway...enjoy :D
Cube Litening.jpg
Cube Litening II.jpg

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jbaillie
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by jbaillie

Save the images to a third party host, then use the full editor to embed them in your post. Looks like a cool bike.

Squashednuts
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by Squashednuts

Try Tapatalk.
Save images to your device.
Sign up to Tapatalk...it's free...and reasonably easy to use

I like Cube bikes, my first proper road bike was a Peleton

A German bloke opened a bike shop locally and imported Cubes.

I think they're well specified, well made & reasonably priced.

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