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TECH NEWS LIVE: Test ride a new Cube road bike and e-bike next month

Here are the Cube road and e-bikes you'll be able to test at LIVE next month

The inaugural LIVE takes place next month on Sunday 26 February and we’ve got some of the best bike brands lined up for you, including Look, Whyte, Wilier, Cube, Scott, Specialized, Canyon, Giant, Liv, Rose, Ribble and more. 

If you’re in the market for a new road bike, this is the ideal opportunity to swing a leg over one and take it for a proper spin on the Odd Down dedicated cycle circuit. 

There are still spaces if you want to sign up, it costs just £30, which is a bit of a bargain when you think about how many new bikes you could potentially ride. You can register for a place right here

We’ve already outlined the bikes Specialized, Scott, Canyon and Giant will be taking along, today we can reveal the bikes that German bike brand Cube will be bringing. There'll be a full choice of sizes, from 50 to 60cm. 

Cube Attain GTC Pro Disc 

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The Attain replaced the Peloton model when it was launched a couple of years ago, and sits at Cube’s affordable end of its huge range of bikes. It’s available with a choice of rim or disc brakes, Cube is bringing a disc version for you to ride. The Attain is built to provide a comfortable ride, brilliant for tackling a sportive this summer. This model features a Shimano 105 groupset with a wide range 11-32t cassette providing all the gearing you need for steep climbs.

Cube Agree C:62 Race Disc 

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The relatively new Agree combines endurance geometry with an aerodynamic frame and is available with rim or disc brakes, Cube is bringing the latter version. IT combines a sleek carbon frame with 12mm thru-axles and flat mount disc brakes and this model has a Shimano Ultegra groupset with hydraulic disc brakes. 

In partnership with sister website e-biketips, you’ll also have the chance to test one of Cube’s latest e-bikes. E-bikes are getting a lot more popular and they’re ideal for commuting, and Cube will be providing two such models to ride at the demo event.

Cube Travel Hybrid Pro 500

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Designed with all the features you need to make a commute comfortable, including a suspension fork and seatpost, mudguards, a rack, kickstand and integrated lights, and powered by a Bosch motor, this looks an ideal choice for leisure and commuting cycling. 

Cube Elly Cruise Hybrid 500 

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Using the popular Bosch motor concealed in the bottom bracket and with the battery slung over the top of the rear wheel, there’s plenty of step-through space on this model, making it ideal for getting around town in your civvies. 

Like the sound of that lot? Attending LIVE costs just £30. Then make sure you get a place at LIVE by registering your interest here

The LIVE event will be held at Bath's Odd Down circuit. It's a custom-built 1.5km road circuit, and the event has exclusive use of the pristine tarmac all day. No fighting with the traffic on your test rides! 

Everyone who attends LIVE will get a free goody bag with great gifts from, Weldtite and more.

David worked on the tech team from 2012-2020. Previously he was editor of and before that staff writer at RCUK. He's a seasoned cyclist of all disciplines, from road to mountain biking, touring to cyclo-cross, he only wishes he had time to ride them all. He's mildly competitive, though he'll never admit it, and is a frequent road racer but is too lazy to do really well. He currently resides in the Cotswolds, and you can now find him over on his own YouTube channel David Arthur - Just Ride Bikes

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Toekneewood | 7 years ago

Hi, I have booked a place on the open day and paid the £30.  My wife would like to come along just for a day out. Do I need to purchase another ticket. She does not intend to ride any bikes. 

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