LITENING C:68

SL

This Team Wanty replica Litening C:68 SL is so fast on the climbs it'll make your eyes water, even if you're wearing shades. No, really. This ultralight and super stiff race machine will appeal to enthusiasts and died-in-the-wool racers alike. The frame comes perilously close to breaking the magic 850 gram barrier, while our choice of the finest components - including the entire 2017 Dura Ace Di2 groupset and Fulcrum wheelset - means there's practically no room for future upgrades.

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LITENING C:68 SL

Frame

Frame: If you want to be the best, there's no room for compromise. With the Litening C:68 SL frame we set out to achieve exceptionally low weight with the latest C:68 carbon technology, optimised frame tube shapes and our Advanced Twin Mould production process. But we didn't stop there - we also wanted to improve stiffness and comfort. The stretched geometry creates an incredibly efficient riding position for rapid forward progress, but keeps the handling agile. And our Litening C:68 fork combines the best possible comfort with incredible steering precision and very low weight.


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Components

Features: Only the very best is good enough for the Litening C:68 SL. That's why we chose Shimano's fully integrated electronic Dura Ace group with 2x11 transmission - completely revised and updated for 2017 - driven through a 52/36 chainset. Fulcrum's &ælig;rodynamic Racing 44 wheelset unleashes the bike's speed potential, while rider contact points - including the Ritchey Road WCS cockpit and a Selle Italia Flite saddle mounted on a carbon post - combine superb ergonomics and excellent comfort, even on the longest race stages.

  • frame CUBE C:68 Advanced Twin Mold Technology, Internal Cable Routing
  • color team wanty
  • size 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 60, 62
  • fork CUBE CSL Evo C:68 Technology, 1 1/8 - 1 1/4" Tapered
  • headset FSA Orbit C33 ACB I-t Integrated, Top 1 1/8", Bottom 1 1/4"
  • stem Ritchey WCS, 31.8mm
  • handlebar Ritchey WCS Logic Curve Carbon
  • handlebar tape CUBE Grip Control
  • rear derailleur Shimano Dura Ace Di2 RD-R9150-SS
  • front derailleur Shimano Dura Ace Di2 FD-R9150-F, Braze-On
  • shift-brake-levers Shimano Dura Ace Di2 ST-R9150
  • brake system Shimano Dura Ace BR-R9100
  • crankset Shimano Dura Ace FC-R9100, 52x36T, 170mm (50/52cm), 172,5mm (54/56/58cm), 175mm (60/62cm)
  • cassette Shimano Dura Ace CS-R9100, 11-28
  • chain Shimano CN-HG900-11
  • wheelset Fulcrum Racing 44 Aero, QR/QR
  • tires Schwalbe One, Kevlar, 25-622
  • saddle Selle Italia Flite MG
  • seat post Ritchey WCS Carbon, 27.2mm
  • seatclamp CUBE Superlight, 31.8mm
  • weight 7.1 kg
Geometry

Geometries

Geometry LITENING C:68 SL Seat Tube Seat Tube Center-Center Top Tube Horizontal Seat Tube Angle Head Tube Angle Chain Stays Head Tube Wheelsbase BB-Height<br> to Hub Reach Stack
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  • 50cm
  • 52cm
  • 54cm
  • 56cm
  • 58cm
  • 60cm
  • 62cm
FAQ

Please find frequently asked questions about our CUBE Bikes here.

Who can I contact if I have a problem with my CUBE bike?

CUBE Dealer

Your first port of call should always be the CUBE shop where you bought the bike. Only the CUBE dealer with which you have the original sale contract is commited to processing complaints and warranty queries. Other CUBE dealers can process complaints handlings on a voluntary basis, but are not obliged to.

How long do I have guarantee / warranty on my CUBE bike?

WARRANTY TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Your CUBE bike is warranted to be free from manufacturing defects for 2 years with effect from the date of sale. In addition, we provide our customers with the following warranty in the event of frame breakage outside the statutory warranty period as follows:

For all frames and rigid forks from model years 2011 and older we guarantee from the date of sale from the dealer:

Aluminium 5 Years Guarantee
Titanium 5 Years Guarantee
Carbon, Alu-Carbon 2 Years Guarantee

For all frames and rigid forks from model year 2012 we guarantee from the date of sale from the dealer:

Aluminium 6 Years Guarantee
Carbon, Alu-Carbon 3 Years Guarantee

If a break occurs during this period (from date of sale), we will replace the frame with the same or similar. This warranty applies only to the frame. The cost of components necessary for the frame's function (e.g. seat post, derailleur, handlebar and stem, suspension fork …), even where a replacement frame necessitates replacement of some or all of these components, must be borne by the customer.

EXCLUSIONS:

For Fritzz, Hanzz, Two15, for all dirt bikes, and all frame exchanges add on parts are not included into this extended warranty. Here the 2 years limited warranty applies.

We reserve the right to repair defective frames or parts or to replace them with the corresponding updated model. A condition of the warranty is normal use of the bike in accordance with the manufacturer’s stipulations.

Modification work outside the statutory warranty period (2 years) is not carried out or refunded by us free of charge.

We therefore request that the customer be fully aware of this stipulation on conclusion of the sales contract in order to avoid possible misunderstandings at a later date.

EPO warranty

For all EPO 2011/2012 series Pedelecs with goSwiss rear wheel hub drive we grant a 2 year warranty for display, engine and battery. Warranty for the battery is limited to 1000 charge cycles with a remaining capacity of up to 80%. For Pedelec models built after 2013 we grant a 2 year warranty beginning with the date of sale. We ask you to inform the customer about exclusions and limitations in order to avoid any future misunderstandings. For our Hybrid Pedelec model frames the general CUBE warranty and guarantee conditions apply. For the Bosch motor and its associated components Bosch's own warranty conditions apply. Details about the Bosch system, the Bosch warranty and any limitations and conditions can be found in the Bosch manual which is enclosed with the bike. Any warranty claim relating to the Bosch motor must be processed via the Bosch service scheme.

BOSCH warranty:

The warranty period lasts 24 months from the date of sale of the eBike to the end consumer, but no later than 6 months after delivery of the Bosch components to the bike manufacturer. If the end consumer's eBike is intended for commercial use ( e.g. rental company, messenger service), the warranty period lasts 12 months.

Battery Pack warranty

A minimum of 500 charging cycles or 70% (300Wh) and 60% (400Wh) respectively of the nominal capacity (based on information stored on the Battery Pack) within the warranty period.

Damage resulting from improper use. This includes, but is not limited to, the use of a Pedelec bike in a bike park or similar, overstrain through jumping or any alteration of the original Bosch system.

Special case: carbon frame and carbon forks

We offer you and your customer a CCR Service (CUBE Crash Replacement Service) = exchange service for damaged carbon frames and carbon forks. This exchange service is intended to provide an uncomplicated and cost-saving exchange service for your customer following a crash which results in damage to the frame/carbon forks.

Excluded from the guarantee and warranty are all forms of damage due to improper use or use not in accordance with manufacturer stipulations (e.g. use of a standard frame as a dirt bike, fitting double crown forks, extension of suspension travel, overstressing due to jumps etc.) and all defects due to normal wear and tear. The extended warranty does not apply to the Fritzz, Hanzz, Two15 model, all dirt bikes and carbon frames and all fitted components necessitated by a frame swap.

Is it possible to transfer guarantee to a second buyer?

The guarantee becomes null and void when the original buyer sells the bike.

What are parts subject to wear and tear and how long are they covered by guarantee?

The following is a non-exhaustive list of parts subject to wear and tear:

  • Rims (where rim brakes are fitted)
  • Tyres
  • Chains
  • Chainrings
  • Sprockets
  • Hub bearings
  • Sealed bearings
  • Headsets
  • Bearing sets on full-suspension frames
  • Wires and cables
  • Disc brake rotors
  • Brake pads
  • Handlebar grips
  • Saddles
  • Bushings, seals and bearings used in suspension components (fork, rear shock) and dropper seat posts
  • (Non-)rechargeable batteries used in electronic systems

Parts subject to wear and tear must be serviced and maintained regularly in order to ensure they work smoothly. Components subject to high loads and stresses, such as chains and bearing sets, must be replaced regularly.

Please note that parts subject to wear and tear are not covered by the standard guarantee and/or warranty.

Price

For a definitive statement on the price of the bike with the desired equipment, drop in at one of the CUBE dealers: there you will receive comprehensive advice.

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