Today I got a new frame,
Cube Stereo 160 C:68 27.5 action team 20″.
Here is some porn.
Converted to hardtail via 20mm electricity tube. (to prevent the swing from hitting the frame)
The scales were tipped at 2259g for the frame with internal routing guides and some screws.
Wheel clearance is quite good, chainstay measures from 75 to 80mm in the tire area.
Unfortunately the Pike is not quite the same color ;P
The downtube seemed like black in the retail pictures, but it is not 🙂
Cube web page: Frame features:
Material: Carbon C:68 Monocoque Advanced Twin Mold Technology, ATG, ETC 4-Link, Boost148
Seat post: 31.6mm
Seat clamp: 34.9mm
Front deraileur: Direct Mount Side-Swing (Only compatible with Direct Mount Side-Swing front deraileur!)
Headtube diameter: Tapered 1 1/8″ – 1 1/2″ integrated IS41 – IS52
Bottom bracket housing: Pressfit 92mm
Disc brake mount rear: Postmount
Wheel size: 27.5″
Rear Shock installation length: 200x57mm
Bushings: 22x8mm / 30x8mm
Recommended Fork Travel: 160mm
Dropout: Thru Axle X12 (12x148mm) Boost
We went to a dirt track after the last mtb group ride in local forest. This was my first time in actually built jumps, but luckily I had watched some videos in the internet. Most importantly I knew to lighten the front on the edge of the jump and then steer the front back down to landing while in air.