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At Cube they believe you shouldn't always judge a book by its cover. That's why, with the brand new AMS 100 C:68 TM 29, they've blended the race-ready performance of the AMS 100 platform with trail-ready components like a 120 mm travel Fox 34 fork, remote dropper post and wider 30 mm rims shod with grippy, big volume 2.35in tyres. The result is a bike that doesn't just look fast, but is capable of taking even the most demanding of trails apart and reassembling them in smooth, easily-digestible chunks of flat-out fun. Carbon-framed efficiency, race course-bred speed and trail-capable components build into a machine that's far more than the sum of its parts. Race to win, ride to live: it's the Cube Trail Motion creed.
A frame doesn't only need to look great. It has to be built them to perform, too. Like all of their bikes, the AMS 100 C:68 TM 29's frame has passed all Cube's stringent in-house laboratory testing - so you can be sure it's more than capable of the job for which it's designed. Crafted from their premium C:68 carbon using their own Advanced Twin Mold Technology, the Cube engineering team has built a chassis that's as light and stiff as it is good-looking. From the Boost 148 rear end to the tapered head tube, it's all designed to steer accurately and transfer your pedalling input seamlessly to the rear wheel, so you can concentrate on the thing that matters: riding as fast as possible. Hidden bolts and internal cable routing - including Di2 compatability - complement the frame's svelte looks and deceptively low weight. The ultimate high speed trail machine? It could well be.