Cube's Comp hardtail range has been designed specifically to meet the needs of beginner or leisure riders looking for an all-rounder suitable for cross country riding and off road touring. The frame is built from 'Aluminium Lite' tubing which is heat treated for strength, whilst the RFR geometry, comfortable saddle and wide handlebars make for a more relaxed - upright riding position. Reliability is key so Cube have equipped the Analog Disc with a full Shimano drivetrain, matching hydraulic brakes and a quality Rockshox suspension fork with remote lockout function.
Cube are a brand that have been experiencing continuous growth since their inception in 1993; with expansion work at their HQ and production facility in Waldershof, Germany having been ongoing constantly for 16 years, with Cube even purchasing their own construction company to reduce the costs associated with a 6 fold increase in size, German efficiency at it's finest.
Attributing their success to a mix of innovation, premium quality materials, state of the art technology and a Teutonic obsession with product testing, Cube take a highly technical approach to building bicycles, with each model being designed and tuned using CAD software before being transferred into aluminium, carbon fibre or titanium for extensive ride testing.