The CUBE Stereo Hybrid 160 HPC Actionteam 750 is an all mountain enduro electric bike with 160mm air suspension from Fox. It’s a premium build with carbon fiber main frame and aluminum alloy rear swing arm. The large 203mm hydraulic disc brakes feature quad piston calipers and ICE Tech rotors. It features a Shimano Deore XT derailleur with 10 to 51 tooth cassette spread. A narrow wide chainring and plastic guide and rubberized double sided slap guard. The headset has oversteer protection, the handlebar is carbon fiber, and the stem cap is plastic to keep from over tightening. This ebike is built around the Bosch Smart System with Performance Line CX high torque eMTB motor, a high capacity Bosch PowerTube 750 battery pack, and it comes with the Kiox 300 removable color display panel. Jerry and I discuss the bike at length, and identify some trade offs with the charge port location, alloy rims vs. carbon fiber, and limited ability to tighten the headset due to the plastic stem cap. Overall, I loved the Kashima coated shocks and seat post dropper, but I was surprised that there was limited high speed and low speed compression adjust with a CTD clicker on the fork and on/off clicker on the rear. There was no flip chip for the rear section, and the battery is setup in such a way that you have to unlock it to replace the pack. With no kickstand, battery removal and charging can be tricky. The bike looks beautiful in the tri-color scheme (blue, grey, and orange accents) and is well balanced, but fairly long and heavy as many ebikes with high capacity batteries tend to be.
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