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cube ams 150

grifftergriffter Posts: 52
edited June 2011 in Your mountain bikes[email protected]/5769062716/

hi all got this bike last week been giving some abuse and love it, had spesh stumpy fsr as last bike it doesnt climb as good but i dont mind that as i'm quick enough going up :wink: but its in a different league after that stiff and responsive just a great allrounder i'm loving it :D:D
• Frame: HPA 7005 Advanced Hydroform ERC Triple Butted, FSP 4-Link-System, X-12
• Fork: Fox 32 Talas RLC FIT 120/150mm, Lockout, 15mm axle, tapered
• Rear Shock: Fox Float RP23 BV 216mm length
• Headset: FSA Orbit Z-t
• Stem: Syntace F149 Oversized
• Handlebar: Syntace Vector 2014 318 Lowrider Oversized
• Grips: CUBE Fritzz Screw-On-Grip
• Rear Derailleur: Shimano Deore XT RD-M773 Shadow 10-speed
• Front Derailleur: Shimano Deore XT FD-M771-10 Direct Mount, 10-speed
• Shifters: Shimano Deore XT SL-M770-10 Rapidfire-Plus, 10-speed
• Brakes: Formula THE ONE FR hydr. Discbrake (180/180)
• Cranks: Shimano Deore XT FC-M770-10 Hollowtech II 42x32x24T, 175mm, Press-Fit BB, 10-speed
• Cassette: Shimano CS-HG81 11-36T, 10-speed
• Chain: Shimano CN-HG74 10-speed, 110 links
• Tires: Schwalbe Fat Albert Kevlar Triple Compound 2.4 Snake Skin
• Rims: EASTON VICE wheelset
• Front hub: EASTON VICE wheelset (15mm)
• Rear hub: EASTON VICE wheelset (X12)
• Spokes: EASTON VICE wheelset
• Inner Tube: Schwalbe MTB Impac SV14
• Rim Tape: Schwalbe 20-559
• Pedals: None
• Seat: RFR Natural Shape 0.1 M
• Seatpost: RFR Prolight 31,6mm setback
• Seatclamp: Scape Varioclose 34.9mm
• Weight: 12.7 kg
cube ams 150 race 2011


  • Andy BAndy B Posts: 8,115

    Looks nice

    We've not had a 150 through our shop yet, 110's & 130's but no 150's :(
  • bonezybonezy Posts: 129
    Stealthy frame! I like!
  • kaacymrukaacymru Posts: 2
    Great looking bike! Can't wait for mine to arrive! Any niggles with it so far or anything you'd think of upgrading/changing anytime soon?
    2011 Cube AMS 150 Race
  • D-Cyph3rD-Cyph3r Posts: 847
    Might just be the picture, but the head angle looks steep for a 150mm bike. :?

    Lovely spec list though, the boys at Cube know how to pick parts. :)
  • grifftergriffter Posts: 52
    No niggles as of yet only thing im gona change is the fat alberts i dont like them but tyres are a personal thing :wink: tbh no point upgrading anything with full xt and formula the ones what more do you need :)
    I agree head angle is a bit steep and does ride fairly xc but i like that.i would recomend one cracking bike for the money and i know tis still alot of money but the spec is outstanding compared to other brands..
    cube ams 150 race 2011
  • kaacymrukaacymru Posts: 2
    Ye, totally agree. No need to upgrade!!

    Question about the brakes though. When I was bedding them in, the front started making a noise on application of the brake. It's not a squeaking noise or not so much a rubbing noise. It almost sounds like air in the disc holes escaping after being heated up as it passes through the caliper.

    You experienced any sort of noise like this?
    2011 Cube AMS 150 Race
  • grifftergriffter Posts: 52
    hi fella the only problem with brakes were that the caliper wasn't square and didnt really notice till i got through set of pads in a week :o but thay were supersoft pads and i should have check it myself even tho it was new.
    a month on and really getting too grips with bike and loves it, thought it didnt climb as good as last bike but had lost bit of fitness now im flying again :lol: hope your enjoying yours..
    cube ams 150 race 2011
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