Got the Cube Nature in June 2011 for 12mile commute to work on cycle to work scheme. My commute is mainly disused rail track with some road and cycle path. The equipment supplied with the Nature for the price is first rate; Shimano XT running gear and Suntour remote front forks, which makes changing between surfaces effortless. Powerful hydraulic disk brakes are fitted though have tendency to squeal a bit, so I need to set to and clean them up. Bike is easy to ride and lightweight. Stock pedals aren't the best but have opted for some Shimano M530 SPDs for this spring (first foray in to the world of SPD!!!) so we'll see how that pans out! My version is the white/grey one not often seen in catalogues etc and IMO looks better for it. Looked at other brands when purchasing a hybrid but the kit for the price won me over. Would definitely recommend.
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|Sizes||46, 50, 54, 58, 62 cm (Frame size guide)|
|Colours||Black Grey Red|
|Frame material||Aluminium Alloy (The quick guide to aluminium alloy)|
|Fork travel||63 mm|
|Brakeset||Hayes Stroker Ryde hydr. Disc Brake (160/160)|
|Chainset||Shimano FC-M543 2-Piece 48x36x26T., 175mm, integrated BB, Chainguard|
|Front Derailleur||Shimano Deore XT|
|Rear Derailleur||Shimano Deore XT|
|Front Fork||Suntour NCX D|
|Wheels||Alex EN24 Disc|
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