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When you're pushing your personal limits as well as your equipment's, you need a bike that's up to the task. That's where the Stereo 140 HPC TM 27.5 comes in - an uncompromising mountain tamer that puts ultimate performance front and centre. Based around the Stereo 140's carbon and aluminium chassis, Cube has selected only the best components to make the most of its high tech design and build. A Fox 36 Factory fork with 4-way adjustment is paired with a DPX2 shock at the rear, providing up to 150 mm (140 mm at the rear) of smooth, controllable suspension travel and keeping the light, strong and fast-accelerating Newmen wheelset firmly anchored to the trail. Sram's four piston Code R brakes have all the power you need to stay in control, while the Sram GX Eagle 1x12 transmission has the range, precision and reliability to get you to your destination, whichever route you choose. Best of all, all of this matchless performnance is wrapped up in a package that's so good-looking, no-one will believe how much travel is lurking beneath that svelte frame. The perfect all mountain machine? You be the judge...
Lots of travel used to mean ungainly rockers, unsightly pivots and a clunky appearance. Not any more. The Stereo 140 HPC TM 27.5 doesn't just ride better than many bikes in its class, it's also one of the most elegant frames Cube has made. Boasting a full carbon front end and carefully crafted aluminium rear triangle, Cube's engineering team went out of their way to make it look as good as it rides. That's why the pivots are hidden away, the rocker is short and all the cables are routed internally. The Boost 148 rear end, massive down tube and tapered head tube mean super-accurate steering and instant power transfer, while shorter chainstays, a longer top tube and a head angle designed specially for a 150 mm fork all add up to the kind of razor-sharp, rock-solid handling you'd expect from Cube. There are even ISCG05 tabs for a chain guide, so you can run whatever gear setup you like.