There's no escaping it: getting around town quickly and easily these days clearly means a switch from cars to bikes. They're fast, stress-free and good for you - a triple win. But anyone contemplating the switch needs a bike geared towards the specific demands of the urban environment. That's where the CUBE Hyde comes in. With a revised frame for 2018, this lightweight urban machine is the ideal companion for tackling the mean streets of the city. From the powerful hydraulic disc brakes' all-weather stopping power, to the fast-rolling tyres and slick-shifting Shimano 27 speed transmission, it's all the bike you need to beat the traffic. More than that, it's light and lively enough to do double duty as your weekend ticket out into the countryside. One bike, many reasons: that's the Hyde.
|Aluminium Superlite Urban 29 Double Butted
|Men: 46, 50, 54, 58, 62, Trapeze: 46, 50, 54
|Aluminium Rigid Fork 29" Taper
|Shimano BR-M315, Hydr. Disc Brake (160/160)
|Shimano Deore RD-M592, 9-Speed
|Shimano Acera FD-T3000, Topswing, 31.8mm
|Shimano Acera FC-T3010, 48x36x26T, 175mm, BB-UN100, Chainguard
|Shimano CS-HG200, 11-34T
|Shimano HB-TX505, QR, Centerlock
|Shimano FH-TX505, QR, Centerlock
|CUBE UX24, 32H, Disc, Tubeless Ready
|Schwalbe Big Apple, Active, 29x2.15
|CUBE Flat Race Bar, 660mm
|CUBE Performance Grip
|CUBE Performance Post, 27.2mm
|CUBE Screwlock, 31.8mm
|Selle Royal Prestige
|FSA Orbit 1.5B ZS-1, Semi-Integrated, Top 1 1/8" Bottom 1 1/2"
|CUBE PP MTB
Looking for inspiration for our urban mile-muncher, our engineers borrowed tech and experience from our light, fast and versatile 29er mountain bike range. For 2018 they added new rack and mudguard mounts for faster, easier and more secure mounting of these essential accessories - so you can customise your Hyde to fit seamlessly into your life. The sleek rigid fork matches the frame's looks perfectly and offers crisp, precise steering. Space for two drink bottles means long weekend rides are well within your reach, and we even reduced maintenance time and tidied up the frame's appearance by routing gear cables internally.