E-Bike Fully

Cube Stereo Hybrid 120 Pro 625

Article number: 635072
instead of € 3.899,99 -15%
€ 3.299,99
VAT included
16, 18, 20 Zoll
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  • Frame: Aluminum Superlite
  • Suspension Fork: RockShox Recon Silver RL Air, Tapered, 15x110mm, eMTB Approved, 130mm, Lockout
  • Shock: RockShox Deluxe Select, 185x55mm (27. 5: 165x45mm), rebound adjustment, spigot mount
  • Damper Hardware: Top: 54mm Trunnion Mount, Bottom: 30x8mm
  • Motor: Bosch Drive Unit Performance CX Generation 4 (85Nm) Cruise (250Watt), Smart System
  • Battery: Bosch PowerTube 625
  • Remote: Bosch LED Remote
  • Chargers: Bosch 4A
  • Brake system: Shimano BR-MT420, Hydr. Disc brake (203/203)
  • Rear derailleur: Shimano Deore RD-M6100-SGS, ShadowPlus, 12-speed
  • Weight: 25,1 kg
Clever design is half the battle - this also applies to the slim frame of this popular Stereo Hybrid Trail e-bike. Thanks to our Modular Battery System, the up to 750 Wh battery fits almost invisibly into the chassis, where it is also optimally protected from dirt and splash water. Because the cables run completely inside, it not only looks super elegant, but also manages without any cable inlets at the head tube. Our sophisticated four-link design reacts sensitively to shocks and vibrations on rough trails. And our Comfort Geometry, with a Boost 148 rear triangle and 1.5-inch head tube for added stiffness, simplifies overall handling. For top versatility and flexibility, the frame can even be retrofitted with mudguards, rear rack and side stand. Whatever the trail plan is, this bike is ready!

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