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    Cube Stereo- finally here!

    Photos first, impressions later. Size 18, 13.5kg on Ultimate digital scale, tomorrow he's going on tubeless diet. Carbon frame, internal cable routing, 68deg HA, etc.
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    Funkyzeit!

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    Such a great looking bike. So this is the stock build? Sounds like it came in quite a bit heavier than advertised? Anyway, let us know your thoughts when you've put time in on it.

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    Very nice !
    This frame was on top of my list before the enduro29 came out...
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    Down to 13.2kg (which is super fine by me) with WTB Silverado saddle, tubeless conversion was super easy, RF bashguard, Spike pedals, Syntace vector handlebar, ESI grips, Easton 55mm stem. First test ride is tomorrow, I'll probably need larger front rotor (203 instead 180), hopefully Magura MTC are good.
    Funkyzeit!

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    Nice bike! You need a dropper post on that thing.

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    Is that the stock sun ringle wheelset that you were able to convert to tubeless?

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    Great looking bike!

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    Dropper post- yes and no. with a seatpost cut to my length (and 10cm in the frame) I can still lower it completely. On my WFO I had to use one because that wasn't possible.
    Wheelset- yes, that's the original wheelset, SunRingle Radium. I'd prefer a bit wider rim but they seem to be strong so we'll see.
    Funkyzeit!

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