CUBE AGREE C:62 SL CARBON/RED 2018 56 CM 28.0inch (7.40 KG)

£2,999.00
Article number: 17830056
Availability: In stock (1)
We don't hand out the SL acronym to just any old CUBE bike. It denotes something special - and the Agree C:62 SL is no exception. This is the kind of bike that's capable of practically flying up the climbs - and doing so one gear higher than the competition. With race-inspired geometry, a super-stiff carbon chassis that still manages to keep the rider comfortable for long days in the saddle, and a full complement of Shimano's utterly gorgeous Ultegra Di2 components for intuitive shifting and powerful braking, this is a state of the art machine capable of transforming every ounce of effort into the pedals into blistering straight-line speed. Whether mixing it up in the peloton or hammering out the miles on a summer club training ride, the Agree C:62's raison d'etre can be summed up in two words: maximum velocity. The Agree C:62 SL's super light race chassis doesn't just look fast; it IS fast. That's because, as with all our bikes, the CUBE design team sweated the details. So, for example, the cutting edge carbon frame comes complete with a matching CSL Evo carbon fork - and both feature attachement points for Direct Mount brakes to improve the bike's aerodynamics and reduce weight as far as possible. The integrated seat clamp also looks great, but is also another small detail that makes the Agree C:62 SL more slippery in the air. Meanwhile the PressFit bottom bracket, tapered head tube and carefully profiled down tube and chainstays build into an incredibly rigid structure that converts pedal input into instantaneous forward progress. We've not forgotten comfort, either. Slender seatstays combined with a narrow diameter seat post and carbon fork blades mean this is a bike that's as comfortable as it is speedy. We even routed the cables internally to tidy them out of the way and reduce the need for maintenance.
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