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PostPosted: Mon Apr 02, 2012 9:56 pm 
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:D Awesome!


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saltyman wrote:
:D Awesome!


Thanks!! :wink:


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Looks like a whole loada fun :) what is the weight BTW?


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kaiser wrote:
Looks like a whole loada fun :) what is the weight BTW?


Yeah its is :wink:

It weighs in at 16.4 kgs ( 36.1 lbs) which for the travel and style of bike it is isnt to bad. Could probably go a bit lighter, air shocks, tyres, lighter components could see about 35-35.5 lbs, although it may take away from the amount of hard riding it could take! :?


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I don't think the weights are too bad at all with the Cube's. my Fritzz comes it at 31.5LB and thats a 160mm AM bike, MIne is the The One version so its the better specced one, So 35Lb for a mega mean machine is pretty good.


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graham1975 wrote:
I don't think the weights are too bad at all with the Cube's. my Fritzz comes it at 31.5LB and thats a 160mm AM bike, MIne is the The One version so its the better specced one, So 35Lb for a mega mean machine is pretty good.


Thats what i was looking for when i was looking for bikes! Checked out some other freeride/downhill bikes and some were coming in at 40lbs +, which isnt to great to start with if you want to be able to do anything other than downhill runs!


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