Your new secret weapon!
Turn up on the start line with the Agree C:62 Race Disc and you've run out of excuses - but you've also got a peerless race bike as your secret weapon. Whether it's climbing - where its low weight ensures bike and rider practically fly uphill - or descending - where the superb hydraulic disc brakes ensure late and safe braking on even the most serpentine of descents - you're onto a winner. This cutting edge carbon frame, equipped with Shimano's matchless Ultegra groupset, quite simply sets the pace.
CUBE´s decision to equip this bike with disc brakes meant making some changes to the frame design. With a new fork and X12 thru axle system front and rear, CUBE have managed to incorporate enormous stiffness into the chassis. That translates into smooth, stable performance, even at high speed and under hard braking. The PressFit bottom bracket is the kind of state of the art touch you'd expect and, naturally, CUBE routed all the cables internally. It's not just a question of appearance; it also increases cable performance and service life.
The Agree C:62 Race Disc rider is going to expect a lot from their bike, so CUBE equipped this built-for-racing machine with a light CUBE Performance Motion seatpost and carbon contact points. As for the wheels, they opted for a pair of DT-Swiss R32 Spline Discs with 25 mm Schwalbe One Kevlar tires guaranteeing superb grip. A complete Shimano Ultegra groupset - with 50/34T chainset and 11-28T cassette - is no less than you'd expect. And, of course, the Shimano hydraulic disc brake set is another equipment list highlight, set up with compact 140 mm RT99 rotors featuring Freezer technology front and rear.
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Advanced Twin Mold - This technique uses a complete core to provide the perfect frame form during the lay-up process. As with the Twin Mold technology, precise inserts are used to ensure extra strength at high-stress frame points. This combination offers maximum control over fibre orientations during the lay-up and production process. The Advanced Twin Mold high-tech carbon manufacturing process translates to outstanding product safety and quality together with optimum weight and stiffness characteristics.
C:62 Carbon Fiber Technology - Frames that bear the C:62 logo, feature highly innovative developments from CUBE´s HPC technology. Through ongoing optimization of the Advanced Twin Mold manufacturing process in which the overlaps of the layups were reduced, along with the development of carbon fiber technology, they created an extremely rigid lightweight frame with a 62% fiber content.
Integrated Cable Routing - Internally routed cables offer many advantages. Cables are protected from dirt for longer life, weight is saved thanks to the absence of external housing and the bike has a clean, sleek appearance.
Adaptable X12 Hanger - CUBE optimized their new dropout design based on the Syntace X12 through-axle system, enlarging the area of the frame where the hanger is mounted. CUBE can now fit the longer Direct Mount hangers. Shifting precision and stiffness is therefore improved. With the new design it's also possible to swap the whole contact area of the axle with the hanger should the system be worn out.
Tapered Steerer - This steerer tube design is stiffer than a conventional straight steerer and yields a more secure ride feel even in difficult terrain. Minimal flex at the front of the frame means the greatest possible steering precision. With the larger steerer, the forks become more rigid. At the same time weight is saved due to the absence of bearing shells as the lower bearing is fully integrated into the head tube. On all of CUBE's carbon models the upper bearing shells are also directly in the frame, so that once more a few grams are saved and the
energy transfer is very direct.
Press Fit BB - With Press Fit bearings, the bottom bracket bearings are pressed directly into the frame and not screwed in as usual. This gives a wider bottom bracket shell and allows them to build a wider down tube and more broadly-spaced chainstays. Every millimeter of additional width gives a significant improvement in lateral stiffness.
Wet Paint Surface - On polished, brushed aluminium and all HPC frames, the logos and graphics are applied in multi-layer wet paint. CUBE use this surface treatment technology mainly to save weight.