Cube Agree C:62 SL | Editor's Choice 2018 | Cycling Weekly

Cube Agree C:62 SL | Editor's Choice 2018 | Cycling Weekly

The Cube Agree C:62 SL is an endurance bike with a racing heart and it’ll see you through an epic ride without breaking your bike, but at a pace to keep you interested and excited. What a bike! | Subscribe to Cycling Weekly here: https://www.youtube.com/user/CyclingWeekly1?sub_confirmation=1

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Readers Comments (16)

  1. 2 weeks ago i bought one,but did some changes…weels,sadle,stem,etc, and the feeling riding the bike was great improved,for the price asked this is a great bike.

  2. You guys forgot to put "this is a paid advertisement".

  3. I dont agree. Got it? 馃樁馃敨

  4. They should put more deepsection wheels on those bikes

  5. Don鈥檛 think I鈥檇 buy a bike without disc brakes again, did the mince pie run on my Canyon rim brake bike today in the pouring rain and really missed the disc brakes on my Ribble Gran Fondo (summer bike).

  6. santiagobenites April 14, 2021 @ 11:35 pm

    It’s nice to see a new road bike without mountain bike brakes.

  7. King of Aluminum

    please do not forget to talk about the trek bikes. especially the emonda trek road bike.

  8. I’ll stick with my Giant Defy Pro 0 , its a weapon.

  9. Highway Vagabonds April 14, 2021 @ 11:57 pm

    Rim brakes….they still make those dangerous things for bikes? Worthless…..

  10. not orientated, oriented

  11. dennis weverling April 15, 2021 @ 12:04 am

    Nice video! Are you going to review the 2020 agree c:62 as well? Delivered with deep section carbon wheels and Sram etap for 3.700 euro’s, it sure looks interesting!

  12. nini engineering April 15, 2021 @ 12:15 am

    I owned a cube, and can say the quality is not how it have to be.
    The service is horrible too!

  13. I love it when you talk about bicycles seriously.

  14. GCN has this totally wrong. You DONT become a climber, you’re BORN a climber and others can do climbing training like you do, but it won’t help them.

  15. Nice road super where is it

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