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    Cube Nutrail Hybrid 500

    Hey folks,

    someone riding the Cube Nutrail Hybrid 500

    who can give me some experience ?

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    super sick fat bike with the slackest steep headtube angles for max gnar. i have one with 27.5 rigid bluto. love it.
    it's a challenge some of us are ultimately worthy of.

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    Hey Mods, wanna move this to the e-bike forum?
    I don't know why,... it's just MUSS easier to pedal than the other ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tyriverag View Post
    i have one with 27.5 rigid bluto. love it.
    What's a 27.5 rigid bluto?
    What a perfect waste of time

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    Gotta like those 484mm chainstays!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackWare View Post
    What's a 27.5 rigid bluto?
    flippancy...
    I don't know why,... it's just MUSS easier to pedal than the other ones.

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    It's unstoppable in the right gear with decent pedals to ensure you keep your cadence up.
    I've ordered a 14T sprocket from Miranda to replace the standard 16T, as I would prefer extra climbing ability rather than top speed as it's too easy to exceed the 15.5mph assisted limit on the flat.

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    What a perfect waste of time

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackWare View Post
    It's unstoppable in the right gear with decent pedals to ensure you keep your cadence up.
    I've ordered a 14T sprocket from Miranda to replace the standard 16T, as I would prefer extra climbing ability rather than top speed as it's too easy to exceed the 15.5mph assisted limit on the flat.

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    Maan, it looks just...baaaam .. I really love the looks of it. How many Miles can you go with the Battery? And what about riding without the E-support? Can you handle it or is it impossible due to the weight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbhammercycle View Post
    Hey Mods, wanna move this to the e-bike forum?
    Thanks for moving it

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    If you can use the eco mode where possible and not ride flat out all the time,(which is easier said than done), I think 30miles of rough cross country with a fair amount of climbing is possible.
    Because you can see the range, you can ride accordingly; you wouldn't drive a car flat out knowing you would run out of fuel before the next gas station would you?

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