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 Post subject: Cube 110 AMS PRo
PostPosted: Thu Jun 23, 2011 3:03 pm 
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My first new bike in twenty years !!!
Great ride and value


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even managed to squeeze a RB sticker on it !


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I've been trying the Cube ltd race (hardtail) - very good value for money, and the bike feels lightening fast. Great wheelset isn't it.


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My mate has a cube acid and he says its the best bike he has ever owned, plus its spec'ed very well for what he paid for it.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 23, 2011 5:24 pm 
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They are quite a fast ride , great value for money, I'm very pleased with mine


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 23, 2011 5:49 pm 
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I did love my 2010 AMS 100 Pro R1, until Mountain Mayhem when it spat me off 3 times

Obviously it's nothing to do with the lack of skill from the rider, or the wrong tyre choice... ;)

Great bikes, well made, superb value. I think I'll get another new one next year!


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Andy B wrote:
I did love my 2010 AMS 100 Pro R1, until Mountain Mayhem when it spat me off 3 times

Obviously it's nothing to do with the lack of skill from the rider, or the wrong tyre choice... ;)

Great bikes, well made, superb value. I think I'll get another new one next year!


What was the beer consumption level at by this point ?

By brief ride across a car park to a cafe on Andy's bike told me it was very comfy.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 23, 2011 9:49 pm 
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Thats about as bling as a bike gets, tart :lol: my mate has a cube acid, and loves it. Spec for the money is fantastic!


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FluffyChicken wrote:
Andy B wrote:
I did love my 2010 AMS 100 Pro R1, until Mountain Mayhem when it spat me off 3 times
Obviously it's nothing to do with the lack of skill from the rider, or the wrong tyre choice... ;)
Great bikes, well made, superb value. I think I'll get another new one next year!
What was the beer consumption level at by this point ?
By brief ride across a car park to a cafe on Andy's bike told me it was very comfy.
Beer consumption for the entire weekend was 2 bottles of Bud on the Friday night, so I can't blame the beer!

Tis a very comfy ride, the bike is designed for long haul XC riding, think I'll go for a longer travel one next time in a smaller more chuckable frame size


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I went for a small frame for that reason :)


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