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If you're looking for just the right blend of comfort and performance in a mountain bike, the Access WS EXC will fit the bill very nicely. Featuring Cube's well-regarded Access frame - tweaked and refined for 2019 and with the Size Split system so every rider can find her perfect fit - it also boasts a great selection of components chosen for their performance, ease of use and reliability. For example, the Suntour suspension fork doesn't just improve comfort and control, but also features a remote lockout for bob-free climbing. The wide-ranging Shimano 24 speed transmission puts the right gear for any occasion at your fingertips, while the Tektro hydraulic disc brakes ensure you're always in full control, no matter what the weather throws at you. Contact points are designed specifically for female riders, ensuring the best possible fit and all-day comfort.
For every frame that comes out of Cube's design studios their engineering team has a simple set of goals: great handling, great fit and great performance. Revised and refined for 2019, the Access WS EXC's frame's sleek looks hide an array of neat touches. For example, Cube has tweaked the rack and mudguard mounting points, improving their looks and ease of use so that you can add the accessories that are just right for you. The dropped top tube gives more standover clearance for improved confidence on tricky trails, and Cube's Compact Agile Ride Geometry puts everything in exactly the right place for the best comfort and control. Combined with the redesigned down tube's stiff, light and strong backbone, it all adds up to a ride position that's perfectly tuned for the keen rider - well-balanced, agile and comfortable. Internal cable routing dramatically even reduces the need for maintenance, with the bonus of complementing the frame's sleek looks. Because who wants to fiddle with their bike, when you could just be riding?