Our Range of Cube Aim SL Bikes
The Cube Aim SL is a Hardtail Mountain Bike, available in both 27.5 inch and 29 inch Wheel sizes. The SL is the top model in the Aim platform, featuring a high quality, lightweight aluminium frame. Outstanding handling, finished off with high end specs make it a high performance, but affordable bike for any keen recreational rider.
About The Cube Aim SL Platform
This bike is both light and strong thanks to a high quality 6061 aluminium tube set with complex profile, mechanically formed top and down tubes. Outstandingly well thought out details include the integrated IS disc mount between seat and chain stays, while eyeletted dropouts also make the Aim SL suitable for daily use. Cube's widely admired Agile Ride Geometry adds yet another reason to choose this bike - the perfect balance of lively handling, with long ride comfort.
Cube Aim SL Technology
The 100mm travel Suntour XCM-RL suspension fork features a lockout option. Combined with Shimano's powerful BR-M355 hydraulic Disc Brakes, it allows difficult trails to be mastered safely and in complete control. Swallow Smart Sam Tyres rolling on strong, made-in-Germany CUBE Schürmann SX24 rims transfer power to the trail via Shimano's 24 speed transmission. Level 9 finishing components keep the Aim SL under control, while the CUBE Active 1.1 Saddle keeps you comfortable on longer rides.
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The Cube Aim SL the perfect bike if you're introduced to mountain biking and are looking to take your riding to the next level. Cube also produces other quality Road Bikes, Mountain Bikes, E-Bikes, and more.
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