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BIKE ACCESSOIRES


All CUBE bikes that have a factory-installed carrier are, of course, approved for luggage carrier installation, as are aluminium hardtail frames with rack mounting points
(at the dropouts and at the top of the seat stays).

Excluded from luggage carrier use:

  • Carbon-fibre seatposts are generally not suitable for seatpost-mounted luggage carriers, because the clamping force can notch the post and cause sudden breakage.
  • The combination of carbon-fibre frame/aluminium seatpost is also unsuitable for attaching a seatpost-mounted luggage carrier.
  • All carbon-fibre bikes including carbon full-suspension, carbon hardtails and carbon road bikes. 

Exceptions: Models with integrated rack mounting points on the dropouts and at the top of the seat stays (e.g. our Nuroad C:62 from model year 2021).

The stresses caused by using a luggage carrier can harm carbon-fibre frames in the longer term. This can lead to unexpected breakage of the frame and serious accidents.

Important: Please note that the bike classification category automatically changes to 2 when using kickstands, mudguards (fenders), luggage racks and trailers.

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Important: Please note that the bike classification category automatically changes to 2 when using kickstands, mudguards (fenders), luggage racks and trailers.

You’ll find an overview here:

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CUBE bikes are approved for bottle cages designed to hold bottles with a maximum capacity of 750ml.

Universal kickstands that attach to the chainstay and seat stay can be used on all of our hardtail frames.
Protect your bike by installing a rubber protector between the kickstand and frame.

 

Not suitable for kickstands:
• All full-suspension bikes without integrated kickstand mounting points (kickstand braze-ons)
• All carbon-fibre frames without integrated kickstand mounting points (kickstand braze-ons)
Kickstands that attach to the chainstay via a single clamping point (via a clamp or similar) are not approved for use. This could damage the chainstay over long-term use.

Important: Please note that the bike classification category automatically changes to 2 when using kickstands, mudguards (fenders), luggage racks and trailers.

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Unfortunately, we can neither authorise nor prohibit the use of child seats on any of our bikes. We have not carried out comprehensive testing of child seats and thus cannot assess if they can be used safely and without damaging the frame.

The installation of a child seat on the seat tube of our aluminium bike frames with thin-walled tubes is not approved. The forces exerted by the child seat may damage or even break the frame beyond repair.
Clamping to carbon-fibre frames is generally not approved. If you do decide to use a child seat, please make sure you do not exceed the maximum system weight for your CUBE bike.

Yes, provided you observe the following points:

A trailer must not be towed under any of the following conditions:
Bicycles with and without electric motor assistance (pedelecs)
• model year 2018 and older
• with a carbon-fibre fork
• with a full carbon-fibre frame
• with a carbon-fibre rear triangle
• with adjustable dropouts for hub gears, belt drive, etc.
• road bikes, gravel bikes and cyclocross bikes
• children's bikes and youth bikes
• all non-electric-motor-assisted bikes with rear suspension
• speed pedelecs (45kph)

A trailer may be towed under the following conditions:
• Full-suspension electric motor-assisted mountain bikes (pedelecs) with aluminium rear triangle from model year 2020 onwards.
• The trailer manufacturer's original assembly system must be used (thru-axle/quick release with clutch).
• Do not clamp the trailer to the frame tubes or other components (seatpost, luggage carrier, etc.).
• The tongue weight must be at least 2kg and no more than 8kg, and must be deducted from the loading weight of the luggage carrier where this is given (see FAQs on maximum system weight).
• The maximum permitted total system weight when towing a trailer (i.e. rider + bike + trailer + cargo) is 180kg. Please also take care to ensure you do not exceed the maximum permitted system weight (i.e. bike + rider) given for the bike excluding trailer.
• The gross trailer weight must not exceed 25kg for model year 2019 and 60kg for model year 2020 onwards.
• Please always follow the trailer manufacturer's instructions.
• The maximum permitted speed when towing a trailer is 25kph (15mph).

Important: Please note that the bike classification category automatically changes to 2 when using kickstands, mudguards (fenders), luggage racks and trailers.

Important: Please be aware that towing a trailer will cause additional wear and tear to your bike, in particular the brakes (discs and pads), rear triangle bearings, fork bushings and wheels/hubs.

Important: Towing a trailer will negatively affect the way your bike brakes and handles.

We deliberately chose not to include stabilisers because we believe the best way to learn how to ride is to transfer the skills learnt on the balance bike directly to a normal bike. Stabilisers can be counter-intuitive when it comes to developing a good sense of balance and they also add weight to the bike. A child learning to ride with stabilisers may develop a false sense of confidence that they lose once the stabilisers are removed. We feel balance bikes are a better alternative to stabilisers.

You’ll find our WALK balance bikes here:
 
But of course all kids are different, so sometimes stabilisers are a good way to help make learning to ride a bike less scary.
Our kids' bikes do not include stabilisers in delivery, but they can be retrofitted to some compatible models. Please contact your CUBE dealer to find out more. They are your point of contact for all questions regarding your CUBE bike.
 
Find your local CUBE dealer here:
 

CLAIMS & WARRANTY


For all warranty claims, please contact the CUBE dealer where you purchased the product.
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 year 2011 and older we guarantee from the date of sale from the dealer:
Aluminium: 5-year guarantee
Titanium: 5-year guarantee
Carbon fibre, aluminium-carbon fibre: 2-year guarantee

For all frames and rigid forks from model year 2012 and onwards we guarantee from the date of sale from the dealer:
Aluminium: 6-year guarantee
Carbon fibre, aluminium-carbon fibre: 3-year guarantee
If a break occurs during this period (from date of sale), we will replace the item 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, headset, rear shock, etc.) must be borne by the customer.

EXCLUSIONS:
This extended warranty does not apply to the Fritzz, Hanzz and Two15 models, all dirt bikes and carbon-fibre frames, and all fitted components necessitated by a frame swap. Here the 2-year limited warranty applies. 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 of dual crown forks, lengthening of the suspension travel, overstressing caused by jumps, etc.) and all defects due to normal wear and tear. Modification work outside the statutory warranty period (2 years) is not carried out by us free of charge or refunded.

EPO WARRANTY:
All of our EPO 2011/2012-series pedelecs are covered by a 2-year warranty on the display, motor and battery. Warranty for the battery is limited to 1,000 charge cycles with a remaining capacity of up to 80%. Our pedelec models built from 2013 onwards are covered by a 2-year warranty beginning on the date of sale.

BOSCH WARRANTY:
The warranty period is 24 months. The warranty period begins with the sale of the e-bike to the end customer, up to a maximum of 48 months from the battery's date of manufacture. Where the end customer uses the e-bike for commercial purposes (e.g., rental companies, courier services), the warranty period is 12 months.

Bosch e-bike battery guarantee:
Bosch guarantees, within the guarantee period, that the battery will hold at least 70% (for 300Wh batteries) or 60% (for 400Wh, 500Wh, 625Wh, 750Wh batteries) of the nominal capacity. The guarantee period is whichever of the following comes first:
Up to 24 months from the date of sale to the end customer or
Up to 500 full charge cycles

SPECIAL CASE: CARBON-FIBRE FRAME AND CARBON-FIBRE FORKS.
We offer you and your customer a CCR Service (CUBE Crash Replacement Service) = exchange service for damaged carbon-fibre frames and carbon-fibre forks. This service is intended to provide an uncomplicated and cost-saving replacement service for your customer following a crash which results in damage to the carbon-fibre frame/carbon-fibre forks – whether the damage is visible or cannot be ruled out.

CUBE does not offer a repair service for carbon-framed bikes.
We advise against repairing damaged carbon fibre. The carbon fibres may suffer extensive structural damage that is not visible to the naked eye. If in doubt, always replace carbon-fibre parts immediately.

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 obliged to process complaints and warranty claims. Other CUBE dealers can handle complaints on a voluntary basis, but are not obliged to do so.
It is not possible for us to make any assessments, or process or handle any claims directly. Your CUBE dealer can assess the bike in-shop and make an informed statement. If required, your CUBE dealer can also offer a solution or register a damage claim with us along with the necessary documentation.

The following is a list of the main parts subject to wear and tear:

• Rims (on rim-brake models)
• Tyres
• Chain
• Chainrings
• Sprockets
• Hub bearings
• Sealed bearings
• Headset
• Bearing sets on full-suspension frames
• Wires and cables
• Brake discs
• Brake pads
• Grips
• Saddle
• Bushings, seals and bearings 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 keep them running 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 warranty/guarantee.

CLOTHING


Every item of clothing in the CUBE range has been carefully designed with the needs of modern cyclists and athletes in mind. Constructed to handle all kinds of weather conditions – from a cool spring day to the heat of an action-packed race in July – the garments combine high-performing fabric technologies with state-of-the-art design. Regular care will ensure you get the most out of your CUBE gear and keep it performing at its best over a lifespan that goes beyond the normal life of the product.
Inside every product you'll find a care label with simple care instructions. Below are our recommendations on how to maximise the function and lifespan of your products.

TECHNICAL JACKETS & GILETS
To extend the lifespan of your jacket or gilet, we recommend washing it at regular intervals either by hand or on a cold wash cycle. Hang out to dry as normal.
If you occasionally prefer to wash the item at a warmer temperature (max. 40°C), please follow the instructions on the care label. Before washing, close all zips and touch fasteners and turn the item inside out. Use liquid detergent, as this will help prevent any powdery residue from building up in pockets or leaving unsightly marks on the outer.
Do not use products that contain fabric softener, conditioners, stain remover or bleach as these can reduce the effectiveness of the technical features and may even be harmful.
Consider the environment and hang or lay the wet clothing out to dry instead of using the tumble dryer.
What do I do when my jacket starts absorbing water?
Our jackets are treated with a durable water-repellent (DWR) coating. The coating prevents the outer from becoming saturated with water while keeping the jacket breathable. Once the outer begins to absorb water, this can reduce breathability by up to 70%.
You should renew the waterproofing treatment from time to time as this will stop the fabric from becoming as saturated with water and dirt as untreated fabric. Use any standard waterproofing agent available commercially to restore the item's ability to repel water.

HAT & CAP CARE
Sometimes your hats and caps need more than just an airing to get them smelling fresh again.
But before you chuck them in the washing machine without a second thought, try washing them by hand. Your headwear will thank you!
Use wool detergent dissolved in lukewarm (not hot) water, making sure to swish the cap or hat around gently. This helps protect the structure and prevents pilling. After washing, dry the item with care. Lightly squeeze out the excess water – taking care to never wring it out! Then carefully reshape and lay out to dry on a towel.

GLOVE CARE
WASHING WINTER GLOVES WITH WIND MEMBRANE
Special care should be taken when caring for gloves with wind membrane to keep the technical fabrics performing at their best for as long as possible. Please always check the care label and follow the manufacturer's instructions. Before washing, please read the instructions on the care label.
1. Close any touch fasteners.
2. Hand or machine wash at regular intervals (max. 40°C).
3. Use liquid detergent. Do not use products that contain fabric softener, conditioners, stain remover or bleach as these can reduce the effectiveness of the technical features.
4. Never use fabric softener! This can impair the wicking qualities and destroy the ability of the fabric to repel water.
5. Lightly squeeze out excess water starting at the fingertips and working down to the cuff. Never twist or wring out the gloves!
6. Leave the gloves to air dry with the fingers pointing up.

OVERSHOE CARE
They're about as sexy as carpet slippers, but overshoes are worth their weight in gold when it's wet and muddy outside. The tougher the weather conditions, the more care and attention should be lavished on them.
Overshoes with a PU coating should always be hand washed in water no hotter than hand-hot. Our neoprene overshoes can be machine-washed at up to 40°C – we recommend using a delicate wash cycle.

AFTER-RACE WEAR – COTTON CARE
Our cotton products can generally be washed on a 30°C cycle. In most cases, this is hot enough to remove general dirt, sweat and everyday grime from your clothing.
Although cotton can tolerate higher temperatures, we do not recommend using a dryer to dry our products. It's better for the environment and avoids the risk of your clothing accidentally coming out several sizes too small.
Before washing, close all zips to help prevent the sharp teeth and hooks from damaging other items of clothing.
Turn all items with printed logos, patterns etc. inside out before washing and use a slower spin speed to prevent the colours from bleeding or the print from cracking.
We also recommend washing your clothing with items of a similar colour to prevent any nasty surprises. Nobody wants to find their pristine white t-shirt has turned pink because it's been washed with a red jumper!
Our hoodies can be pretty heavy when they come out of the washing machine. That's because cotton absorbs more water than polyester. Give the hoodie a good shake while it's still damp and then reshape to avoid spending hours at the ironing board.

AFTER-RACE WEAR – WOOL CARE
Before chucking your woollen CUBE products in the washing machine, try airing them out first. Fresh air can work wonders and saves you a lot of effort. If there's no getting around the fact that your woollens would benefit from a machine wash, we always recommend using the wool/delicate wash cycle – for all wool types and blends. Use bleach-free wool detergent and a maximum temperature of 30°C.
If maximising the item's lifespan is particularly important to you, use wool detergent containing lanolin every fourth wash or so. Wool loses its natural oils during washing, which makes the fibres brittle and can cause holes to appear in the garment.
Wool is also quite heavy after washing, so always lay out the item flat to dry to prevent misshaping. The easiest way is to lay it out over several wires of the clothes rack so that air can reach it from all sides. Remember not to leave the arms dangling down as they could end up stretching.

COMPONENTS


GENERAL BIKE-RELATED QUESTIONS


Please tighten all parts in accordance with the manufacturer's maximum torque specifications as stated on the part itself. 

Always use a torque wrench when fitting carbon-fibre parts and apply carbon assembly paste to lower the clamping force required and prevent over-torquing.

For your safety, please check regularly that all bolts are tightened to the correct torque.

You’ll find all the relevant torque settings here:

ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS TORQUE ROAD RACE + MTB

TORQUE SETTINGS FULLSUSPENSIONS

How to find the frame number on your CUBE bike:

• On our classic bikes you’ll find the frame number on the bottom bracket.
• On our hybrid models the frame number is on the seat tube just below the chain stay.

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As a rule, you shouldn’t have any problems using your CUBE bike on an indoor trainer under the following conditions:

  • Only bikes without an electric drive motor are approved for use on an indoor trainer. All pedelec/ebike models (Hybrids) are excluded from use.
  • Before first use, check to ensure the compatibility of your bike with the trainer.
  • Bikes with a rear wheel that uses a thru-axle mount may only be used with direct drive trainers or free rollers.

Definition – direct drive trainer:

On a direct drive trainer, the bike attaches by removing the rear wheel and mounting the chain onto the cassette installed on the trainer. The trainer takes the place of the back wheel.
Direct drive trainers currently available include e.g. Wahoo Kicker V6, Tacx Neo 2T and Elite Direto XR-T.

Definition – free rollers:

Free rollers don’t require you to attach the bike or remove the rear wheel. It’s like normal cycling out on the road – only you stay on the spot.
Free rollers currently available include e.g. Tacx Galaxia, Elite Arion.

  • The bike frame may only be attached to the trainer via the mounting points for the wheel hub.
  • Never allow the frame or any mounted parts – except the wheel mounting points as described above – to come into contact with the trainer, either when stationary or in use. Heavy loads are exerted when riding out of the saddle so take particular care to ensure plenty of clearance under all circumstances.
  • Before use, always be sure to check carefully that there is sufficient contact clearance between the bike and the trainer. We recommend asking someone else to help you check the contact clearance when the trainer is in use (for example when riding out of the saddle).

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Roof racks that anchor the bike’s rear wheel and front fork dropouts are fine.

This is with the exception of road bikes with carbon-fibre fork dropouts.

Roof racks that clamp to the bike’s down tube are also unsuitable as they can crush the tube and cause permanent damage.

Rear-mounted car racks that anchor the wheels and top tube are generally okay for aluminium-framed bikes. But the best way to transport your bike is inside the car. Not only does it deter would-be thieves, it is also gentler on your bike.

If you use a rear-mounted car rack, please refer to the information on page 57 of the general user guide.
Car racks are used at your own risk. We do not accept liability and/or warranty claims for damage/accidents caused by the use of a car rack.

Please also note that carbon-fibre frames are generally not designed to withstand clamping forces. However, if you decide to fit a car rack for transportation purposes, please be aware of the following: Generally speaking, the least-critical clamping point on the bike is an aluminium seatpost or the area of the seat tube that overlaps the seatpost. We strongly advise against clamping on the top tube or down tube.

Also important for CUBE e-bikes: Please securely store the battery pack in the car boot. Never leave the battery attached to the bike as this can be extremely dangerous if it falls out.

A security code is a combination of letters and numbers that is usually etched or stamped onto the frame by the police or another official organisation. Security codes help to deter would-be thieves and to identify the rightful owner of a stolen bike once recovered. However, the durability of the frame can be affected where the security code has been etched or stamped on. CUBE assumes no liability for any damage to material or defects occurring as a result of obtaining a security code.

Every model of bike we sell is classified under a specific use category. You can find this information on our website.
Please pay attention to the instructions on correct usage and the dos and don'ts for your particular model.

You’ll find a full list of our bike classification categories here:

BIKE CLASSIFICATION

It is not always possible to realise the exact weight given for each bike, size and component. Our stated figures refer to the smallest frame size without pedals.

Even in the same frame size, weights can vary considerably. This can be caused by variations in the thickness of frame material, longer welds, longer brake lines/shift cables/outer casings, etc.

Components can also be a cause of weight fluctuations – this applies in particular to tyres.

For each frame size you should allow for up to 250g – 300g of additional weight due to these variations. We always try to publish accurate weight data. The best way to eliminate all variables and make up your own mind is to visit your local dealer and weigh your dream CUBE bike in the shop yourself.

PURCHASE & DELIVERY


A large number of our bikes from the current model year have already been delivered and are available from CUBE dealers.

However, we regret that some models are still being affected by delivery delays, leading to delivery dates being postponed several times already. We also find this situation unsatisfactory. To meet growing demand, we have stepped up our assembly and logistics capacities substantially. Unfortunately, we are only able to utilise around 75% of our capacities at this time. This is due to several factors and we are working daily to find solutions to the situation.

Our industry has been unrelentingly challenged by a multitude of scenarios in recent months that, in isolation, were inconvenient but surmountable. However, the cumulative effect creates a very difficult situation for us as a whole. It is now therefore impossible for us to plan with any certainty, as we can only predict the receipt of goods at very short notice. A bike model that we could theoretically build over the coming weeks according to our production plan might be missing a part tomorrow that we have to wait eight weeks for. Various factors are causing the component shortages and delays:

 

Production disruptions in Asia

The production facilities of our suppliers in Asia are repeatedly being affected by unforeseen lockdowns lasting for several weeks. Even after resuming operation, a certain ramp-up period is required before these facilities can return to 100% capacity. This is in part due to legal restrictions limiting production capacities to 50%, meaning they are not permitted to go above this initially.

For component manufacturers, current production capacities are severely limited or in some cases suspended altogether due to raw material shortages as well as labour shortages due to sickness. This not only makes it virtually impossible to plan ahead in terms of components, but also means we are experiencing delivery deadlines being pushed back with unfortunate regularity.

 

Transport route constraints

In the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic, sea freight capacities were hit particularly hard. Ports struggled with congestion issues, preventing ships from being unloaded. This led to bottlenecks in the availability of free containers and ships. The resulting sharp rises in transport costs and above all significantly longer transit times are still being felt today.

With sea freight capacities dwindling, rail freight was increasingly used as an alternative method of transporting goods. This option is now unavailable due to the current situation in Russia and Ukraine, putting further pressure on global supply chains.

In concrete figures, this means the delivery of urgently needed parts has once again been delayed at the last minute by another 6–7 weeks.

 

Chip shortage

Our e-bikes are also affected by the general chip shortage impacting all sectors. We receive binding delivery dates from our suppliers at the earliest 2–4 weeks before receipt of the goods. This requires extremely flexible planning on the part of our production and assembly lines.

Unfortunately, the situation is unlikely to improve in the foreseeable future. The Ukraine conflict is impacting production capacities further as a result of shortages in essential raw materials.

 

Flexible production planning

Due to the reasons described above, we are now working with very short lead times for production planning. We ensure maximum flexibility for ourselves by accepting all deliveries of ordered parts, even if we will only need some of them at a much later point in time. We accept the financial risk this carries and the added complexity for our logistics. We have now re-purposed our storage facility for fully assembled bikes into a parts warehouse and begun operating five additional regional satellite warehouses. Despite this step and the huge number of components stored in our warehouses, we are unfortunately unable to ramp up the utilisation of our capacities by any significant degree. It only takes one lacking component to prevent us from building a bike altogether.

We apologise for the lengthy waiting time and the missed rides this has caused. We are doing everything we can to produce your bike and get it delivered as quickly as possible.

Please note that our customer service team is unable to provide you with an exact delivery date for your CUBE bike. Your first point of contact is the CUBE dealer from whom you ordered the bike.

We appreciate your patience, perseverance and understanding at this time!

Thank you for your interest in buying a CUBE bike.

Unfortunately, we are unable to provide information on whether and where your preferred model is available. This is mainly because the dealer may have already sold the bike or reserved it for another customer. We only produce a certain number of each of our models, which might mean that specific ones are already sold out.
Please contact your local CUBE dealer for assistance. They will be able to tell you more about availability and delivery dates.
To find your local CUBE dealers, please visit
 
 
CUBE Dealers.
We sell our bikes exclusively via specialist CUBE dealers. Find a CUBE dealer near you using our search tool.

Unfortunately, sometimes the parts we need for production are delivered to us later than expected. We cannot start production without them and have to wait until all the required parts are received. This means we are unable to provide end customers with exact delivery dates.

 
The best solution is to contact the CUBE dealer where you ordered the bike. They can get in touch with us directly. We can then inform the dealer when the bike you ordered is due to arrive at the dealership and your CUBE dealer can tell you the expected delivery date.
 

TECH QUESTIONS


You’ll find a list of tubeless-ready rims here:

TUBELESS

To convert to tubeless you will need tubeless-specific rim tape and valves. Your tyres also need to be tubeless-ready. Please check the information provided by the tyre manufacturer.
 

You can only use the same size disc brake rotors as the originals that came on your specific bike model, series and model year. This goes for both the front and rear brakes, even if the fork manufacturer has approved the fork for use with bigger discs.

If you plan to swap out suspension components, you’ll need to ensure that the new parts have the same dimensions as the originals. With rear shocks, pay special attention to the eye-to-eye length, the bushing size and the stroke. These must all be the same size as on the original shock. If you use components of other sizes, this will negatively affect performance and may even damage the bike frame. For suspension forks, it's usually enough to check that the new fork has the same travel as the original, as the length when installed will in most cases only be minimally different.

Can I fit a longer-travel fork to my CUBE bike?

Fitting a fork with more travel than the original will invalidate the warranty on your bike. It will have a negative effect on the bike’s geometry, changing the ride characteristics and potentially causing permanent damage to the frame.
Dual crown forks also must not be fitted to CUBE bikes.

 
 

We currently offer touch-up paints in the 20 most common colours in our range. Please check the list to see which touch-up colours are available for bikes from model years 21 and 22:

 
 
If the colour you are looking for is not on the list and your bike has suffered minor paintwork damage, we recommend taking your bike to a local spray shop. They should easily be able to match the colour using a spectrophotometer. CUBE bikes are sprayed using colours that are custom made for us, most of which you won’t find on a standard colour palette. That’s why it’s best to get an exact colour match in the shop.
Always ask for a cost estimate beforehand so you know what to expect. For larger scratches or paintwork damage in visible areas, a professional spray shop will offer the best results.
 
 

You’ll find all the information you need to care for your Hybrid’s battery in our partner Bosch’s eBike Battery Guide:

BOSCH E-BIKE BATTERY GUIDE


Further information from the manufacturer is available here:

BOSCH WEBSITE

 
 

CUBE’s disc-brake frames are compatible with Rohloff hubs.

However, please note:

The following cannot be used with Rohloff hubs:
• Bikes with electric motor assistance (pedelecs)
• Bikes with rear suspension (full-suspension bikes)   

ROHLOFF SPEEDHUB INFO 

You’ll find this data in the geometry tables for the particular model on our website. Visit the bike information page, go the the GEOMETRY section and select TABLE view. 

 

You’ll find the manufacturers' operating instructions for all makes of thru-axles and quick releases fitted on our bikes below.

Important information:

Always follow the manufacturer's instructions
Before every ride, check that the thru-axle or quick release is positioned and closed correctly
Please contact your CUBE dealer if you have any questions on usage

General instructions on thru-axles:


CUBE THRU-AXLE INSTRUCTIONS


Manufacturer-specific instructions:


DT SWISS: RWS SYSTEM


FOX: 15QR THRU-AXLE


MANITOU: HEXLOCK SL


ROCKSHOX: MAXLE + MAXLE LITE


ROCKSHOX: MAXLE ULTIMATE


SUNTOUR: Q-LOC


General instructions on quick releases:


SHIMANO

Electric motors place additional loads on our bikes that they are not designed to cope with. We therefore do not authorise the retrofitting of an electric motor!
Unfortunately, we cannot offer any suggestions or information regarding spec changes as only the factory-fitted components have been tested and approved.

Only an authorised CUBE dealer can provide advice on changing any of the parts. They can discuss your needs with you directly and help you find a suitable solution.
Please note that technical changes may only be carried out by an authorised CUBE dealer.