2020 Cube Stereo Hybrid 160 Review

Cube Stereo Hybrid 160 is a LONG TRAVEL electric mountain bike with a GREAT PRICE!! At £3999 its an extremely good value ebike you’re getting a LOT of bike for your money! Check the

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  1. Cool. I am loving my 160 TM. For my riding style it is perfect. I love trails tight and technical, a bit of downhill but normally I keep my tyres on the ground. Maybe I don’t need the 160mm and 140 would be enough, but I love the agility and steering lightness you get with the27.5 wheels over the 29 wheels. and A bit more suspension comes in handy occasionally.
  2. Cool. I am loving my 160 TM. For my riding style it is perfect. I love trails tight and technical, a bit of downhill but normally I keep my tyres on the ground. Maybe I don’t need the 160mm and 140 would be enough, but I love the agility and steering lightness you get with the27.5 wheels over the 29 wheels. and A bit more suspension comes in handy occasionally.

    Same , same bro .
    Had a 2019 140 loved it . Would have bought the 2020 140 if it had 27.5 wheels .
    Found the 2020 160 an upgrade in several areas . Stronger motor [now with new firm ware even better ! ] . Bit more travel so not bottomed out where I used to . Bit more aggressive geometry , bigger battery .

    Only thing I miss is shimano gears .XT is just a little smoother and has the multiple shift feature . SRAM 1 click at a time . Magura brake are a PIA to get bled correctly . But when set up properly are very good .

    Very much enjoying the 160 .

  3. thanks man, I didnt even think of that… I would hang on for that zeb fork alone !

    That tyre combo was what I had on my Stereo Hyb 140 – Assegai and DHR II .
    This time put an Assegai in the front , left the Hans Dampf on the back . So far Hans is doing good . Means I have a spare rear when this one is worn out .

  4. Great review Rob and I love the site. :)

    But pleeeease can you stop using Newton-metres and watts as interchangeable terms for power. As an engineer it grates a bit. :eek:

    Watts is a measure for power
    Watt-hours for energy
    Newton-Metres for torque

    You are not the only reviewer that does this by the way. I just chose to correct you because this is my favourite site. :)