This £1k hardtail will SHOCK you – Cube Analog 2022
The ideal hardtail mountain bike for those trail riding and cross-country adventures, the Cube Analog has been revised for 2022. Bringing some new sleek looks along with updates to the geometry and components, could this be the perfect entry level MTB?
Cube Analog 2022 – at a glance:
- Frame: Aluminium
- Fork: RockShox Judy Silver TK Coil
- Groupset: SRAM SX Eagle
- Wheel Size: 27.5″ or 29″
So let’s take a closer look at this perfect entry level mountain bike….
Manufactured out of double butted aluminium the Cube Analog provides a stiff and reliable frame whilst aiming to keep the weight of the bike down.
Lightweight, reliable and efficient, this hardtail provides agile and responsive handling thanks to freshly tweaked geometry. Cube have included a lower top tube and tapered head tube for a more confident handling too.
Ultising the ever efficent SRAM Eagle 12-speed groupset with a wide ranging 11-50T casssette provides the Cube Analog with an easy to use and reliable performance shifting setup.
With this component specification it makes any hill climbing achievable and descending a breeze.
Cube have equipped this hardtail bike with a RockShox Judy Silver 100mm front fork with lockout, allowing this bike to be a decent climber, with a balance of comfort and speed for the downhills and it’s versatile enough for commuting too.
It’s one thing coming down the trails at speed, but it’s another one being able to stop quickly enough. There will be endless confidence with the Cube Analog, fitted with Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, you will have confidence that you will be able to stop in plenty of time.
To complete the crisp and clean look the Cube Analog comes in two different colourways. The ever striking flash lime or subtle grey and red make this an eye catching bike for the trails.
To ensure long lasting service and simple maintenance the 2022 edition incorporates a threaded bottom bracket and internal cable routing.
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